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1932 Alvis 12/50 TJ Sport converted from saloon

1932 Alvis 12/50 TJ Sport in Oxford, Short Movie, 1958 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: UK

1932 Alvis 12/50 TJ Sport converted from saloon

Position 00:02:39 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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dsl SX

2016-09-14 04:41

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Registration UF8638
Make ALVIS12/60SPORTS
Model UNKNOWN
✗ Untaxed Tax due: 04 August 2016 - so still alive :sun:
MOT Exempt
Vehicle make ALVIS12/60SPORTS
Date of first registration 03 May 1932
Year of manufacture 1932
Cylinder capacity (cc) 1200cc
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker Yes :/
Vehicle status Not taxed
Vehicle colour BLUE

"Fellow alumni Dave Culshaw (1961) writes of the car: This is a TJ model chassis 9226, car 14101 first delivered as a Cross and Ellis saloon on 11th December 1931 to a Brighton customer and registered there as UF 8638. A good history from new of this car and nice to see it preserved in a style similar to a 12/60 Beetleback." - https://alvisarchive.com/2015/08/07/provenance/#comments

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So do we go 12/50 [TJ] as Alvis sources or 12/60 as plate info?? And where does 1200cc come from - seems should be 1645cc?? Although with tyres that thin, anything more than 500cc was probably dangerous.

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