1955 ALVIS TC 21/100 Grey Lady Saloon By Mulliner
The ALVIS TC 21 was modified and renamed TC 21/100 denoting that it was a genuine 100mph car ,a rarity for a four seater saloon in the mid- fifties.
Despatched on 12th May 1955 with many optional extras such as spot lights, air scoops and Grey Lady script to the bonnet, modified rear wings and wire wheels. She was finished in Sheen Grey with red interior much as it stands today.
With only four owners and standing for over twenty years in a dry barn the car maintained its originality.
A recent extensive programme of improvement sees the car driving beautifully and the three litre ,six cylinder in-line engine and twin SU carburettors waft it along effortlessly at speeds equal to modern traffic.