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Alvis Cars
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Charlesworth built bodies on many makes of cars, Alvis being one of the common users of their coachwork. The Charlesworth factory was located in Coventry and was a neighbour to the Alvis works.


Alvis SB25 Speed 25 DHC front
Alvis SB25 Speed 25. In 1935 Alvis introduced the SA25 3½litre, and in 1936 a shortened chassis version of this became the Alvis Speed 25
Alvis SC 2563 Speed 25 1940 rear
Alvis SC 31.48 1940 saloon. Coachwork is by Charlesworth Coachbuilders. Most Alvis Speed 25 cars had standardised coachwork, and the Charlesworth Sports Saloon was one of the most popular.
Alvis SC 3148 1940 saloon frontr
Alvis SC 31.48 1940 saloon. Only 270 of the 4.3-litre cars were built, engine was a 4387cc inline six with overhead valves
Daimler DB18 Dolphin 1939 front
Daimler DB18 Dolphin 1939. Bodied by Charlesworth, this Dolphin is a one-off built for Bob Crouch a Daimler engineer who intended to go Rallying with this car.
Daimler ELS24 front
Daimler EL24. Produced from 1937-40, The EL24 and ES24 had a 3½litre (3317cc) 6-cylinder engine of 24hp
s_Alvis SC 3148 1940 saloon side
Alvis SC 31.48 4.3-litre 1940 saloon. Only 270 of the 4.3-litre cars were built, engine was 4387cc. Coachwork is by Charlesworth Coachbuilders.
s_Invicta Black Prince Wentworth 6 side
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