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1965 SUNBEAM TIGER MK1 1965 SUNBEAM TIGER The Sunbeam Tiger was the brainchild of Ian Garrad. In the early 1960's Ian convinced Rootes Group, the Manufacturer of the popular Sunbeam Alpine, to hire Carroll Shelby to transform the Alpine Roadster from what was considered a touring car into a powerful, performance driven sports car. Shelby achieved this by removing the Alpines 1.7 liter 4 cylinder motor and replacing it with a small block 4.2 liter (260 CID) V8. Production of this low-budget, high-performance sports car began in England i
$69,900
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1963 SUNBEAM ALPINE Gateway classic cars of Nashville is pleased to digitally present to you this 1963 Sunbeam Alpine. This super sharp Sunbeam Alpine is covered in black gloss paint with a red interior and while it will look great parked in a garage or at a show, this car looks best viewed from behind the steering wheel with the wind in your face. This is a great looking drivers' car. Sports cars, this is a term lost on the youth of today but fun is what this car was designed and built for. One does not buy a Sunb
$24,000
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1965 SUNBEAM TIGER 1965 Sunbeam Tiger. Rebuilt 289 V8, 5-Speed. One of 3020 built in that year. The strong throaty-sounding V-8 matched with an upgraded 5-Speed transmission and combined with this lightweight smaller car make for all kinds of a fun ride. WeBe Autos Specializes in Marketing and Advertising Muscle, Classic, Vintage and Specialty Cars. We offer Professional Photography, HD Movies, and Staging that Sells Cars. Let us showcase and sell your specialty car. Please visit our website for more details. Keep
$76,500
1967 SUNBEAM TIGER JUST OUT OF LONG TIME STORAGE. LAST OWNER HAD IT SINCE 1975. NO RUST. EXCELLENT MECHANICALS. MILDLY BUILT 289 CU IN WITH HI-PO HEADS. FOUR SPEED. INCLUDES FACTORY HARDTOP AND STOCK HOOD.
$59,995
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1966 SUNBEAM ALPINE SERIES 5 USED Just completed 3 year restoration - STUNNING, STUNNING, STUNNING! Must be seen. Call Bill at 702-556-0888 to get all the information you may need. The Sunbeam Alpine is a two-seater sports drophead coup produced by Rootes Group from 1953 to 1955, and then 1959 to 1968. 4 Cyl, 1725cc, 1.7L engine and 4 sp manual transmission. This vehicle is located at Atomic Motors Classic Car Sales and Restorations in Henderson, NV just 20 mins from the fabulous Las Vegas Strip. Come down and see us or
$29,980
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1965 SUNBEAM TIGER MK1 This 1965 Sunbeam Tiger MK I for sale has a 289 C.I. V8 Engine, 4 Speed Manual Transmission, Stunning British Racing Green (code 86) Exterior, New Tan Interior Upholstery, Bucket Seats, Center Console, Wood Rimmed Wheel, Full Instrumentation, Black Convertible Top, 13"" Panasport Wheels Wrapped in Radial Tires, Limited Slip Differential, Edelbrock Aluminum Intake, Edelbrock Carburetor, Headers, Remote Mounted Oil Filter, Beautifully Restored MK 1 Tiger!
$109,995
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1966 SUNBEAM ALPINE Gateway Classic Cars of Las Vegas is proud to present this cool 1966 Sunbeam Alpine. This car has been redone and it looks absolutely great! The engine is a Toyota 4 cylinder, the transmission is a 5 speed manual. The paint job is a vibrant red. Under the hood there are several stickers from the various shows this car has been to, in the passenger seat is a trophy from one of the victories it has won at the shows. The interior has also been redone with velour bucket seats, and custom door panels
$27,000
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1965 SUNBEAM TIGER This 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Convertible for sale has a 260 C.I. V8 Engine, 4-Speed Manual Transmission, Carnival Red Exterior, Black Vinyl Interior with Red Piping, New Interior, New Wood Dash, Blaupunkt AM/FM Radio, Detailed Engine Compartment, Rebuilt Suspension, New Panasport Wheels with Radial Tires, Beautiful Restoration Completed in 2016, Certified By Sunbeam Owner's Association, Stunning Red 260C.I. Sunbeam Tiger!
$139,995
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1967 SUNBEAM TIGER 1967 Sunbeam Tiger with Reliable and Strong Ford 302 V8 Engine This 1967 Sunbeam Tiger is a genuine born Tiger with a 302 Ford V8 engine installed. Bronze with grey interior with 3 tops. It comes with two hardtops in addition to the tan soft-top which is still in good usable condition. The car would benefit from minor cosmetics but is an overall presentible driver. It starts right up and runs and drives well with loads of power and torque. No smoke or odd noises and the exhaust sounds great.
$46,500
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1967 SUNBEAM ALPINE 1967 Sunbeam Alpine roadster conv, rare find, good original int and top, mag wheels, 4 cyl, 4 speed, fun little car, runs and drives
$13,950
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1964 SUNBEAM ALPINE 1964 Sunbeam Alpine The third generation Alpine was launched in 1959. Styled by Kenneth Howes, it was based on the contemporary Hillman Minx. It used the floorpan of the Hillman Husky, a short wheelbase Minx estate car. As launched, it used Rootes' 1494cc engine to Sunbeam Rapier specification. Initially all Alpines were built by Armstrong Siddeley. 11,904 Series I cars were made. The Series II Alpine of 1960 received a 1592cc engine and various detail improvements. Production switched to Ro
$83,500
1964 SUNBEAM TIGER CONVERTIBLE 1964 Sunbeam Tiger The late great car designer Carroll Shelby was a legend in automotive and racing history. He is primarily known for his involvement in the AC Cobra and Shelby Mustang but many don't realize how many other projects he had a hand in. Just like when he packed a V8 into the AC Cobra, Shelby took on a project with the British company Sunbeam. He was able to incorporate a high performance V8 into a Sunbeam Alpine Roadster and his version was dubbed the Tiger. The goal was to earn
$137,500
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1968 SUNBEAM ALPINE Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this 1968 Sunbeam Alpine. The Alpine was derived from the Sunbeam-Talbot 90 Saloon, and has become colloquially known as the "Talbot" Alpine. It was a two-seater sports roadster initially developed for a one-off rally car by Bournemouth Sunbeam-Talbot dealer George Hartnell. It had its beginnings as a 1952 Sunbeam-Talbot drophead coup. The first the thing you will notice is the Green paint with the complimentary cream convertible top and black inte
$17,500
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1967 SUNBEAM TIGER Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1967 Sunbeam Tiger for sale. This Tiger is powered by a 289 CI V8 with a 4-speed manual transmission. This Tiger is black with a black interior. This Sunbeam Tiger is equipped with a manual convertible top, seat belts, leather interior, and alloy wheels with radial tires. Sunbeam Tigers were built to compete with the AC Cobras that were being made by Carroll Shelby and they were very limited production. Seller tells us that everything is o
$79,000
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1967 SUNBEAM TIGER MK II 1967 Sunbeam Tiger Mk II, only 25 miles on complete ground up restoration to the highest standards, body stripped to bare metal with stunning Forest Green paint, Black soft top, Black hardtop, immaculate Black interior, show chrome looks like jewelry, fully rebuilt 289 cu in 200HP V8, rebuilt top loader 4-speed, rebuilt 3.07:1 Limited Slip rear axle, absolutely fabulous! Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at comoco@comcast.net, or visit www.ConnorsMotorcar.com
$159,000
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1966 SUNBEAM TIGER MK I This 1966 Sunbeam Tiger MkI is a true enthusiast's car. After all, you had Carroll Shelby's winning formula with a V8 in a lightweight British sports car. But where the Cobra would introduce the idea of a car we could drive to the racetrack, the Tiger was the car that was fun to drive everywhere. So to find a first-gen example with such a stock style really lets your senses visit a bygone era where it feels like there were more hours on the weekend and the backroads just belonged to you. D
$50,995
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1966 SUNBEAM TIGER MK I Here's a first-gen legend that's been given a frame-off restoration, and there's less than 50 miles on the full build! So, if you're a true collector and enthusiast, take a long look at this 1966 Sunbeam Tiger, because an example this nice is truly an endangered species. Blessed by Carroll Shelby, this first-gen Sunbeam Tiger is a car that started the legend. It came with true sleeper looks that looked much like its Alpine brother, which is what makes these cars so great. It's arguably one
$124,995
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1966 SUNBEAM TIGER SPORTS ROADSTER Outstanding MK1A with fresh restoration to both cosmetics and all mechanicals! All factory, number's matching drivetrain with STOA Certificate of Authenticity! Finished in factory code correct Carnival Red over Black interior possessing all original body tags! A unique chance to own a rare piece of sports car history! Representing one of only 2,706 MK1A units built! With the Rootes Group Sunbeam Alpine already positioned as a fine touring automobile in Europe, the internal sales team realize
$99,900
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