1932 Alvis TJ 12/50 Ducks Back
- Engine Size
- Registration UK Registered
- Service History
- Gearbox Unlisted
- Fuel Type Unlisted
The 12/50 was withdrawn between 1929 and 1930 when the company decided that the future lay with the front-wheel drive FD and FE models, but when these did not reach the hoped for volumes a final version of the 12/50 was announced for the 1931 model year as TJ. Fitted with the 1645 cc engine this continued in production until 1932.
The post-vintage TJ is referred to by Alvis historians as being from the revival period, and it differs from its predecessor in a number of ways, notably coil instead of magneto ignition, deep chromed radiator shell, and rear petrol tank in place of the scuttle-mounted tank on most older 12/50s.
This elegantly bodied Ducks Back Alvis has had just 5 owners from new and comes with a history file containing previous invoices and old MOTs. Said to drive superbly this is a charming vintage sports car which would not be out of place at any motoring event.