ALVIS F.D. 12/75

PIONEERING ALUMINUM ENGINES AND BODIES

ALVIS F.D. 12/75

PIONEERING ALUMINUM ENGINES AND BODIES

Production Years: 1928 -1931
Country: Great Britain
Number Produced: 551

The first Alvis (AL for aluminum, vis for strength) was built in England in 1920. The company was initially a manufacturer of aluminum pistons.

A front wheel drive Alvis first raced in 1925, two months before the first front wheel drive Miller contested the Indianapolis 500. Alvis built a total of 142 front wheel drive race and road cars up until 1930. This car is a 1928 model with a supercharged 1.5 liter engine with an aluminum body and frame.

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