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Hi, I did not know they are this rare. - The one in your link is an early hatchback, so truly innovative!https://www.charlescrail.com/vehicles/122/1947-alvis-ta14-aeroback-woody-wagon
Looks like there are 2 Alvis Woodies!
Anyone have a calculator handy? Historic Motor Racing is the only genre that stirs interest in me. A Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe, Lister Jaguar Coupe Prototype, Aston Martin Zagato, Ferrari 250GTO. I couldn't hazard a guess as to the combined value but I'm sure it runs into many millions. So, shall we polish them up and display them in a comfortable museum or should we toss the keys to legendary racing drivers and let them have their fun in hideous conditions in the RAC Tourist Trophy Celebration race at the Goodwood Revival? View attachment 270788 View attachment 270789 View attachment 270791 View attachment 270793
Sure! Although I do not know what it is. Could be a MORRIS ... ---
Hi,'34/'35 Morris. (According to a couple of Google results, anyway!) And yes, it qualifies as a classic, although by some criteria, it misses out on being vintage by a few years.