Sunbeam TIGER for Sale - Vintage Historic race car
This is a 1965 Sunbeam Tiger for sale from RaceDeck Racing email@example.com . The motor, chassis and virtually every part other than the body is new.
The chassis, suspension and full set up was crafted by the famous Wally Peat ( Caroll Shelbys Crew Chief from the 60's )
The engine is a 473hp 260ci. That is right 260 , so it runs in group 3 in SVRA / HSR . Less than 3-4 hours on motor. This is from a test session. for more info firstname.lastname@example.org
1966 Sunbeam Tiger
Real Tiger. original 260 V8. toploader 4spd. new carpet, new seats.new
tan roof. rechromed bumpers. vintage shelby wheels. new custom Exhaust from manifold back. all correct tiger
identifiers present. TAC being arranged. great driver. smooth ride and
pretty quick. sounds even better.
1965 Sunbeam Tiger
My father's 1965 Sunbeam Tiger being started for the first time after 36
years off the road.
1967 Sunbeam Tiger Convertible - Built 347 Ford V8 - Hot Rod Sports Car
I thought you'd like a look at this cool little 1967 Sunbeam Tiger, that is
packing a big 347 Ford V8 under the hood. The high-performance V8 is backed
by a five speed manual trans and a set of 3.73 gears in the rear. This car
should be extremely quick and fun to drive. Thanks for watching and
commenting, I appreciate it.
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars in Fairmont City, IL
Background track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available
under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
1967 Sunbeam Tiger Sports car hot rod Ford 347 V8 high performance built
racing car show vintage classic collector vehicle convertible rat rod
muscle car lead sled custom restored Gateway Classic Cars Fairmont City IL
Jeff RamblinAround Rambling vlog hd partner
tigers at the monterey historics in HD
the two sunbeam tigers driven by tom sakai and john morton. a mixed bag of
clips from friday qualifying and the sunday race in class 5b. taken with a
still camera so its a little shaky.
1965 Sunbeam Tiger Conversion Roadster
We are pleased to offer this spectacular 1965 Sunbeam Tiger
"Conversion"...and while in many aspects it could pass for a "real" Alpine
Tiger, let's be clear---it is not....however, that does not detract from
the overall beauty, power and breathtaking appearance and performance.
Under the hood is a very powerful rebuilt Ford 289 V-8 (with approximately
14k miles on that rebuild), mated to a Ford Toploader 4-speed transmission.
This combination makes this Sunbeam one amazing car to drive---it sounds
awesome and drives even better. Safety is not compromised, however, as
this beauty comes equipped with 4-wheel disc brakes for supreme stopping
power. Also equipped with custom tailored Melrose springs, aluminized
headers, Holley carb, 9-inch rear end and a 3.5 gear ratio, Holley fuel
pump, MSD ignition, mini-Europa wheels and much, much more. The quality of
workmanship that has gone into this car is second to none---it looks better
in person than it does even in the photos above. Located at our Pleasanton
Showroom, this is one car you won't want to miss out on. Give us a call at
(925) 484-2262, or send an email to us for more information. Restoration
photos, receipts and Sunbeam owner's handbook comes with the car, and a
matching hardtop is also available for this stunner!
SOLD: 1955 Sunbeam Alpine Series One Roadster, CA
Sold was a extremely rare 1955 Sunbeam Alpine Series One Roadster. This
car is identical to the Grace Kelly/Cary Grant vehicle as seen in the
iconic Alfred Hitchcock movie, TO CATCH A THIEF.
With less than 600 miles since completion, the vehicle received a complete
body-off-frame rotisserie restoration by marque expert David Wittmer.
(Photos of the entire process comes with this sale). Final tuning and
sorting was accomplished by Frank McLain & Sons.
The car was originally designed by the renowned industrial designer Raymond
Lowey. Mr. Lowey also designed the original Coca Cola bottle for the firm
plus other remarkable items.
The owner informs me that only 1200 of this model were manufactured….with
maybe only 200 examples known to exist today.
The car sports beautiful Sapphire Blue exterior paint with genuine Fawn
Leather color interior upholstery. Attention to detail and pride of
ownership is evident. The vehicle runs the stock four-cylinder 2267cc
engine matched to an upgraded five-speed manual transmission.
As an added plus, the vehicle has it's own income generating talent agent
in Los Angeles, CA. It was recently featured with actress Drew Barrymore
in a full-spread photo-shoot for IN-STYLE Magazine, October 2013. It also
garnered an eight-page full color article in the October 2013 issue of
MOTOR TREND CLASSIC MAGAZINE titled "To Catch an Alpine".
If you are seeking an investment quality English open-car with rarity,
style and provenance, you have located your vehicle. I believe whoever
wins this vehicle will be thrilled.
For additional information please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-4924.
Sunbeam Tiger STOC Torquay 2014
Don't forget to listen in HD and turn up the volume!!
Sunbeam Tiger Owner's Club meet at Torquay in April 2014. Video of my drive
time, but mainly a test of my new GoPro camera ahead of the Cannes meet in
Sep 2014. A few changes to the settings needed, but enjoy for now :)
Classics Revealed: The world's only James Bond Sunbeam Alpine
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) In the early films such as Gold Finger, James
Bond drove a silver Aston Martin that had some special improvements by Q at
MI5. Of course the fictional Movie Car inspired many youthful dreams of
cars with built-in machine guns, ejector seats and smoke screens. But it
took a special young man by the name of Ted AX to actually realize those
dreams and build the James Bond car. Of course as a young man Ted didn't
have the money to customize an Aston Martin so he used the next best
thing...a Sunbeam Alpine to create what must be the world's only James Bond
Sunbeam Tiger 1966 Hot Little Ford 260 V8 Power Makes BIG Shelby Style Excitement
Yes a REAL TIGER and listed in the Tiger registry. One owner the last 20+
years. He has not driven it much, just when time and the right occasion
came up to take off and enjoy! Owned by a precision machinist/fabricator,
he knew how to care for the car and you can see it is a very nicely
preserved original Tiger. YES there are some non-original pieces, so all
you Tiger aficionados can go ahead and name them if you like. But it still
does not matter, the car is real and is a small little Super Car, Just as
the original folks at Shelby American intended. Yep, I said Shelby
American, you can read about the development history online.
Yes, the original steering wheel and horn ring was removed and put in a
box. The original steering wheel is just a little to big for a driver over
6'2" wearing a size 14 shoe. So the smaller Nardi wheel clears up that
problem. The front brakes have been upgraded, but all the stock parts are
in the box put away. Yes, it needs a new convertible top cover, but the
frame is in super condition. It has never had a hardtop, but it did have a
zippered tonneau cover at one time. By the way, I have now seen photos of
three Tigers with this battery box position.
Sunbeam Tiger - Discovery Channel 1996
Discovery Channel in 1996 ran a series on classic cars called "Top Marques"
and one episode covered the Sunbeam range and here we have the feature on
the Sunbeam Tiger, and is a car beautiful example owned by long-term member
Dave Muteham. Programme was originally shown in 1996, and has been captured
from VHS tape.
GipsyFIAT Historic Racing Car
The Gipsy Fiat racing car is a beautifully crafted Australian built special
that has been campaigned at various key historic race meetings mainly
Philip Island, Historic Winton and Sydneys Eastern Creek.
The Gipsy Fiat is powered by a de Havilland Gipsy Moth aero engine and also
utilises a modified Fiat 501 chassis and steering set up, 1927 Buick
gearbox and various 1929 Chrysler components. All these components are
pre-1930 as required by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport for
Group J(pre-1930 racing car) builds.
The car was sold in 2011 and shipped from Australia to the USA for an
undisclosed price. A real beauty Frank and we loved helping you to find her
a home www.robmatthews.com