ALVIS SPEED 20 form Czech Republic

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kejdus
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ALVIS SPEED 20 form Czech Republic

Postby kejdus » Tue Mar 25, 2014 12:11 pm

Hello,
can somebody help me to know more about the history of my car, please?

The car has been bought from UK in 2001, on the car is AOC badge, maybye you will find a previous registration of the car.

I cannot find the chassis number, but :
engine No.: 11731 19.8
gearbox 498.27
body Cross Ellis No.: 708

Thanks a lot for the help.

Petr Kejdus

PeterSedgwick
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Name: Peter Sedgwick

Re: ALVIS SPEED 20 form Czech Republic

Postby PeterSedgwick » Wed Apr 30, 2014 4:19 pm

Petr,
The engine no. 11731 was originally fitted in Speed 20SB Chassis No 11278, with Charlesworth saloon body No 13273, which was delivered to Hallams of Birmingham on 24/3/34. I do not recognise the gearbox or C&E body numbers you quote. Gearboxes originally fitted to 20SBs were in the range 10852 to 11855, while C&E bodies fitted were in the range 30266 t0 30304. The chassis no on the Speed 20SB should be stamped into the right side of the cast aluminium bulkhead (if still fitted) close to the steering column aperture.
The Club has had no news of Ch. No 11278 since it was delivered in 1934.

Peter Sedgwick, Speed 20SB model Secretary

waynealvis
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Re: ALVIS SPEED 20 form Czech Republic

Postby waynealvis » Wed Apr 30, 2014 11:00 pm

Petr,

Regarding the Cross & Ellis body number. According to the AOC Silver Eagle Register it is from:

Silver Eagle SF 16.95 Cross & Ellis 708 Sports Saloon chassis 11776, engine 12224, car 16648, English registration WV 6121, despatched from the Alvis Works on 20 August 1934.

Wayne Brooks
North American Representative

kejdus
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Re: ALVIS SPEED 20 form Czech Republic

Postby kejdus » Fri May 09, 2014 11:22 am

Dear Wayne,
thank you very much for all details of my Alvis, you are right, I have got the some result from Red Triangle.
If you can send me your mail, I vill send you photos of my Alvis.

Thank you a lot again and many regards.

Petr
kejdus@technotrade.cz

kejdus
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Re: ALVIS SPEED 20 form Czech Republic

Postby kejdus » Fri May 09, 2014 1:00 pm

PeterSedgwick wrote:Petr,
The engine no. 11731 was originally fitted in Speed 20SB Chassis No 11278, with Charlesworth saloon body No 13273, which was delivered to Hallams of Birmingham on 24/3/34. I do not recognise the gearbox or C&E body numbers you quote. Gearboxes originally fitted to 20SBs were in the range 10852 to 11855, while C&E bodies fitted were in the range 30266 t0 30304. The chassis no on the Speed 20SB should be stamped into the right side of the cast aluminium bulkhead (if still fitted) close to the steering column aperture.
The Club has had no news of Ch. No 11278 since it was delivered in 1934.

Peter Sedgwick, Speed 20SB model Secretary


Dear Peter,
I have got the rqusted information from Red Triangle,
my car is Alvis Silver Eagle SF 16.95 Cross Ellis Sport Saloon, chassis 11776, despatched from the Alvis Works on 20.8.1934.
Thanks a lot for your help and many regards.

Petr Kejdus


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