The 1948 Alvis Fourteen, also known as the TA 14 was the first car to be produced by defense contractor Alvis after World War II. From 1946 until 1950 only 3,200 Alvis TA14 were manufactured.
This unique restoration required the wood structures in the doors and black walnut trim panels in the dash to be hand carved. Once the structure was put into place we updated the electrical system to 12 volts. With this new upgrade, we added custom gauges, blue tooth stereo, and a backup camera, all hidden away to protect the original aesthetic.
The overhauled motor is a 1,892 cc OHV four that makes 65 bhp and can do an honest 75 miles per hour.
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