Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Alvis 4.3-litre Charlesworth Saloon 1938 Grey Launched in 1937, the 4.3-litre cars were the most powerful made by Alvis so far and were genuine 100mph machines. Two chassis lengths were offered and there were a variety of body styles, with Charlesworth (located just a mile from Alvis) providing the ‘standard’ saloon. It was a smart design with valence panels in place of running boards and the car depicted features optional rear wheel spats and disc wheel covers adding to the sporting look. An open sunroof shows off the interior and the overall finish is, as usual from Matrix, very good.
Very well finished resincast models. Made in China.
Alvis Charlesworth Saloon model by Matrix
Metallic Grey. Released 02/05/17
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