The Alvis Register

The Club for the Vintage Alvis Enthusiast

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1919-1933 Models 10/30, 11/40, 12/40, 12/50, 12/60, FWD, 14.75, 16.95 Silver Eagle
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The Register's monthly Circular and quarterly Bulletin frequently contain helpful tips and maintenance advice. In addition, a limited range of reproduction or copy handbooks for various models is also available for sale to members. Please enquire.

Also available to members only is The Vintage Alvis Manual. Priced at £65 inclusive of p&p(UK),this magnificent work gives detailed information on maintaining and restoring your vintage Alvis (and much of the information is equally applicable to many other makes of vintage car). Running to over 600 pages with illustrations and tables of information, this incomparable work was more than 35 years in completion, written and compiled in the main by our late and much missed member, Micky Radford, with help from a number of other Register members with specialised knowledge. No owner of a vintage Alvis can afford to be without this indispensable Manual, which will enable you to ensure that your car is maintained in the peak of condition and that  you derive maximum enjoyment from it.

The Vintage Alvis book written by Peter Hull and Norman Johnson is available at £48 inclusive of p&p(UK).

The Register Bulletin's can be kept neat and tidy with our special binders, priced at £5 each or £9 for 2 inclusive of p&p(UK). Each binder holds 16 Bulletins.

Circular and Bulletin archives are available on CD. They cover the period from 1948 to 2010/2. They cost £10 each or £15 for both including p&p(UK)

The Publications Manager requires your membership number and name with every order and will despatch orders to the member's address as known to the Register. To place an order or for further information, please contact him via the Contacts section of this website, or by using the contact details recorded in the front of the List of Members.

The initial development and maintenance of this website has been made possible by generous bequests from Register members Brian Smith and Peter Ellington-Robinson, and the kindness of the Trustees of the Fund set up in memory of Len Holbrook in making the residue available to the Register for this purpose.