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MKII FOR SALE: B382100605 LRX FE. One of the rare Hartwell Six Sunbeam Tiger MKIIs. The car is well known in the Tiger world and it`s in a perfect condition. The car was driven by George and Alan Hartwell (Hartwell Racing Team) . UK Registration No`s: TGR 747 (TNT 9, RU 3, VPA 614F NLJ 464F) Rota Number: 509 . Jensen Date 26 May 1967. 1st Registration Date: 1968. Place of 1st Registration: Bournemouth, 1st Registration: RU 3 February 68 2nd Registration: NLJ 464F, March 69: 3rd Registration: VPA 614F 4th Registration: TNT 9 (private plate) 5th Registration: TGR 747. First Owner: Alan Hartwell 1967 George Hartwell Ltd Second, last UK owner for nearly 25 years was a well known Sunbeam Tiger specialist and founder of the Sunbeam Spares Company. RHD, recond. 289 engine, 5 speed gearbox, rare Koni shocks and Koni traction bars, org. radio console, blue coloured front screen, aluminium radiator, stainless steel exhaust, orig. 15" Minilite wheels, mohair hood, upgraded brakes,... It is a pleasure to drive the car. The Tiger is located in the North of Germany - delivery world wide possible. Gallery Price - £95,000 ONO. Contact: email@example.com or 00 49 1774904564 (mobile)
FOR SALE AT A REDUCED PRICE: MK1. B9472883 HRO FE. One quite unique British Sunbeam Tiger. Many members will recall the Tiger George Hornsby built in the late 70's or saw it on its last public outing at Stowe (No.21) in 1989. George was a very competent engineer and knew his stuff. George owned his Tiger from 1970 and toured Europe widely to F1 GPs. George was a keen enthusiast of drag racing, visiting strips in his Tiger but he and it never got onto any. The Tiger is set up and taxed for road use but of course requires an extreme bonnet ‘bulge' to do so! George was in the midst of preparing the car for repainting when he passed away this summer aged 80.His family wish to find a new home for the Tiger and have taken the decision to ‘sell as is' so that another enthusiast can bring it back to life as he sees fit. Clearly either to its unique state of ‘drag build' or to revert completely to road use. The Club is helping to find that owner. However, in preparing these selling particulars the car has only ‘been seen' via photographs and what family members have described they have found. Viewing of B9472883 HRO FE – GWY 595C will be in Shipley, Yorkshire.We believe under the supercharging kit is the original 260 with original crankshaft. It still wears the unique square tubular headers George designed and many other developments too numerous to mention here beyond a 5 speed transmission, trick front suspension and coil overs on the rear with a LSD fitted. The motorised components are believed to be in running order bar the needed top end rebuild to be finished. The photographs show the present condition of the Tiger and so what is needed to finish what George started – repainting, re-fitting the interior and commissioning the running gear. The ‘missing' parts – windscreen frame, new windscreen, seat runners, door regulators etc are loose with the car. In addition the Tiger comes with much of its original equipment, such as its gearbox and shifter and linkage, 2 bbl Autolite and AC Delco filter etc. Gallery Offers sought in the region of £30,000. There is a package of engine spares available for separate sale. Please contact: Graham Vickery for further info: firstname.lastname@example.org or Muriel Bridge: email@example.com
FOR SALE: MK1A. B382001836 LRX FE. JAL661837. Imported from USA where it had been converted to a sprint car by the removal of some interior and some minor bodywork changes including an extended valance. Since returned to standard body spec with new valance plus a Chris Draycott wing and front slam panel. Car is currently in bare metal, after stripping by SPL, now requires final paint prep before respraying. Due to a life in USA the body is in excellent condition; sills, box sections and wheelarches are perfect. Absence of paint, underseal, filler etc (just coated with heavy oil) means there can be no nasty surprises! As with all Tigers, the holes are drilled and threaded at the factory for the changeover to RHD if required. The Tiger comes with a 6 bolt 289 although a 260 could be available if preferred. It retains its original gearbox and rear axle; the numbers on both cross check with the chassis number in the Tiger build records. This is a rare chance to buy an authenticated, genuine Tiger poised at a condition where welding marathons aren't required, yet providing the opportunity to build a car entirely to your specification. £25,000. Lots of photos here: https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B04JtdOXmG9MIG9 I bought the car to convert to historic race specification but it is now available due to a change in plans. Please phone Tim or Steve, on 01162 597309
SOLD: MK1. B9473665HROFE 1966- Right Hand Drive, imported to USA in 1970's.Numbers matching body, engine and gearbox. 260 V8. Mileage, approx. 76.000m. STOA Authenticity ‘TAC' certificated. White with red interior, hard-top and soft-top. Full restoration; engine, body, bare metal paint job, interior [rebuilt seat frames], mechanical, electrical [new harness and alternator], brakes [new master, rebuilt calipers and drums], suspension [rebuilt & rewelded front suspension, rebuilt forward leaf spring perches, high-rate springs, etc]. All mods per LAT type options or "period correct", e.g., Lucas Fogs. Wheels 5 1/2 X 13 Cosmics. Metal air scoop and hot air reliefs added to hood. Note. Passenger side door is "round corner" type left intact during restoration as "you can only look at one side at a time". Engine rebuilt in 2000 and freshened in 2018 and uprated to approx. 220 HP with LAT spec. options, e.g., cam, 4bbl, tube headers, dual point distributor, etc. Rear axle is 3.07 limited slip. Engine cooling mods include Griffin aluminum radiator and enlarged cowl opening, flex fan, overdrive water pump pulley, horn block-off plates.
Pics on Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHsm9usiNW along with Description of Restoration. Available On-Request: Index of receipts [index and receipts furnished to buyer in binder], and List of included spares. Gallery - US$50,000. Buyer to arrange pick up and shipping of vehicle and spares. Contact Tom: firstname.lastname@example.org or call [USA] 734-355-7883.
SOLD: MK1. B9473636 HRO FE, JAL 563174 Built 24June 1965 but not regisrered until May 1967. One owner last 20 years. Currently fitted with 302 engine (overhauled in 2009), 4 barrel Holley carb., Mallory electronic ignition, an alternator and twin Kenlowe fans in front of radiator. Extensive bodywork carried out in 2004 before a respray in Rover Monza Red. The car also features replica Minilite wheels and leather fronted seats. Detailed history file since 1991. Although the car is not a concourse exhibit, it is a very good well-travelled touring car. £35,000 ono. Photographs Gallery . Contact: email@example.com
SOLD.MK1 FOR SALE: B9473001 HRO FE. Red + Black interior. 289ci Engine (5 Bolt) and 4-Speed transmission.
Owned for approximately 35 yrs. Always garaged with no expense spared. Undergone recent restoration but the time to sell has come for genuine reasons. Engine covered less than 2,000 miles since full rebuild and fitted with Weiand Street Warrior Inlet Manifold, Edelbrock 500CFM Carburettor, Thermo Carb Spacer, Protronix Electronic Ignition, Moroso HT Leads and upgrade from Dynamo (which still have) to alternator. Electric fuel pump installed to ensure reliable fuel delivery. Brand New Clutch Assembly and Slave Cylinder. Radiator rebuilt with larger core and complimented with a flexi fan to aid engine cooling. Can honestly say the temperature stays consistent with this car even in traffic. Rear axle rebuilt including bearings and diff crown wheel/pinion. Complete suspension overhaul on all corners + new bushes, new Spax adjustable shock absorbers, New front HD springs and new rear leaf Springs including all the hardware. New soft top. New speedo drive installed and guage overhauled. Tachometer overhauled and converted to electronic. New wiring loom.
Interior panels and seats restored in black leather with new carpets 4 point seat belt harnesses fitted but can easily be removed without modifications made to the vehicle. This Tiger is a nice example of an increasingly rare classic, welcome any genuine interested viewings. Gallery £48.000. Contact Keith 07545 556703 or email :Dean_Webster_@hotmail.com
SOLD: MK1. B9472061 HRO FE. Originally green, now a gorgeous red, painted over 25 years ago this Sunbeam Tiger's paintwork is a testament to how well it has been kept by a multi year Tiger Club member. Totally restored prior to current owner and garaged for at least the last 27 years it is considered to be in original condition . New upholstery throughout in time to join in the 50 year celebrations at Stratford upon Avon in 2014. This car has had many years of sympathetic upgrades, replacements and overhauls including replacement wiring, radiator, clutch, manifold, carbs, exhaust, brakes among many others. Most paperwork kept including original V5 doc and details of works carried out. First registered 1966. 78087 miles, MOT to August 27 th 2016. Very reluctant sale due to ill health, £38,000. Photographs gallery. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org