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What does Peter Kingdom drive?

What model of car is used in the British Televison show, Kingdom.  The convertible driven by character Peter Kingdom.

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Alvis TE21, Manufacturer Alvis Cars Production 1963–1966 352

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It is an Alvis.  In one the episodes Stephen Fry's character, Peter Kingdom, mentions that it is a 1967 Alvis. 

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