Alvis 1950

TA 14 - end of prod.
TB 14 - end of prod.
TA 21 - new model
TB 21 - new model


TA 14 Saloon

TA 14 Fourteen Sports Saloon (saloon, drophead Coupé) (R4cyl., 1,892 cc 65 bhp) - discountinued. 3,311 were made from 1946-1950.
TB 14 Fourteen Sports Tourer (R4 cyl., 1,892 cc, 68 b.h.p.; wb: 111.5 in) - discountinued. 100 made from 1948-1950.
TA 21 3-Litre (sports saloon, drophead Coupé) (6 cyl., 3-litre, 86 b.h.p.: wb: 111.5 in) - new model.
TB 21 3-Litre Sports Tourer (R6 cyl., 2,993 cc; wb 111.5 in) - new model.

The TA 14 Saloon was end of prod. in October.

Alvis 3-Litre Saloon is a direct descendant of the famous pre-war '12/70' models, whose silent characteristics were reproduced in the first post-war Alvis car, the Fourteen. Although the seating plan and coachwork form of the latter can he traced in the new Saloon, the streamlined wings, with built-in headlamps, and the sweeping rear end give it a most attractive air of refined modernity. Engine: 3-litre, 6 cylinders, bore x stroke: 84 x 90 mm, compression ratio: 6.9:1, maximum b.h.p.: 86 at 3,800 r.p.m. Tax rating: 26.25 h.p. Maximum speed: 85 m.p.h. Length: 15 ft. 4.5 ins. Height: 5 ft. 3 ins. Width: 5 ft. 6 ins. Wheelbase: 9 ft. 3.5 ins. Weight (dry): 3,190 lbs. Fuel capacity: 14.3 gallons. Tyre size: 6.00 x 15. Lockheed hydraulic brakes. Coil spring ifs suspension.
TB21 from 1950 gets 95bhp 2993cc six and top speed of 94 mph. Also coil spring ifs and traditional Alvis grille and headlamps faired in to front wings.


 


TB 14 Sports - June advert.


TB 14 Sports


TA 21 - December advert.


Three Litre Saloon (TA 21)

 


TA 21


TB 21

 

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