Alvis 14/75 car history 1927 to 1929
1927 to 1929
Body versions :
Roadster , Sedan ,Cabriolet
Gasoline 1.9 liters
The Alvis 14/75 was the first six-cylinder car that Alvis produced. It was built from 1927 to 1929.
The car had a six cylinder inline engine . The engine equipped with a single Solex carburettor had a displacement of 1870 cc (bore × stroke = 63 mm × 100 mm). The two rigid axles were suspended on semi-elliptical longitudinal leaf springs.
The 14/75 was available with two different wheelbases, 2845 mm for the two-seater and 3010 mm for the four-seater variants. Available were a sedan, a convertible and a roadster.
In 1930, the 14/75 was replaced by the Silver Eagle with larger engines.
- Production period:1927-1929
- Body versions :Roadster , Sedan ,Cabriolet
- Engines:Gasoline 1.9 liters
- Engine type:six cylinder inline
- Drive:rear wheel drive
- Width:1511 mm
- Wheelbase :2845-3010 mm
- Curb weight:1270 kg