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FOR SALE: MK1 B9472780 HRO FE. Original right-hand drive, 1965 Sunbeam Tiger for sale. Genuine Tiger. Known to the club. Comes complete with its Sunbeam Tiger Owners Association Certificate of Authenticity to confirm its pedigree and provenance (see photo). Lovely dark blue paintwork.Black, restored hardtop. Beautiful, original steering wheel and full complement of dials … but, of course, the clock doesn’t work – typical Tiger “feature”.
Recently serviced and will be sold with 12 months MOT … and a full tank of (E5) fuel. The previous owner had this car for many, many years, so it comes with lots of old MOTs, tax discs, the original green log book etc…
Car is located in the South Manchester/North Cheshire area. To sum up - lovely, genuine & authentic Sunbeam Tiger. Looking for circa £55,000. 07971 584 669. Image1, Image2, Image3, Image4, Image5, Image6

SOLD: MK1. B9473270 HROFE. 1965 Midnight Blue with factory hardtop. Three owners and complete history from new. First owner used the car for 10 years then dry stored until 1989 when the second owner undertook a complete body rebuild and respray, as reported in Popular Classics July 1993. I purchased the car in Jan 2001 and upgraded it for Classic Car Rallies, where we got several 1sts in class. The major upgrades include: Additional fuel tank and boot mounted pump and filter; large core radiator and fan (never overheated on me); adjustable suspension; rebuilt steering with Sierra rack; brand new 302 alloy head engine with 340bhp (2005); retrimmed interior with new seats and hood (2007); LAT bonnet; new clutch (2020); new Tremec T5 gearbox (2021); rebuilt rear axle with new hubs (2021); plus lots more. Most work done by marque expert David Herning. Comes with all the original equipment steering wheel, bonnet; hood panels etc. £59,000. Car in Berkshire. Contact Chris Lines on 07989518249 or Image1, Image2, Image3, Image4, Image5, Image6, Image7, Image8, Image1, Image2, Image3, Image4, Image5, Image6, Image7

FOR SALE: MKII B382100614 LRXFE. I have owned and run a lot of Tigers over the last 40 years and this one is a bit special. All Sunbeam Tigers are rare and the Mk2 is the rarest with only 534 built. This car started life in Canada where it stayed until 1985 when it went to the US. It was there until 2012. Before it was sold the vendor had the car TAC'd by the Sunbeam Tiger Owners Association. They inspected the car and issued a Certificate of Authenticity which I have in the history file. The car was sold and exported to the UK where the new owner embarked on a full restoration and conversion to right hand drive. The car was stripped down and the bare shell sent for media blasting. On its return the shell went to a specialist body shop for restoration and many £000's spent. The 289 engine was sent to Warrior engines for a performance rebuild which included Dart heads, steel crank, steel H beam rods and much more. When finished the dyno sheet (on file) shows over 400 BHP. The owner purchased a new Tremec 5 speed gearbox and all the ancillaries needed to complete the running gear. At this point the owner turned his interest to other projects and the Tiger was never completed. I purchased the car from him in 2017 and continued the restoration. I had a Tiger specialist inspect the work done so far before having the car media blasted again to prepare for a quality repaint in Commodore Blue (an original Mk2 colour). The car is fitted with a LAT vented bonnet. The car was then put back together with everything rebuilt, restored or replaced with new. This included new interior, hood, quality carpets, dashboard & dash top, all suspension, brakes, fuel/brake lines, bearings, all rubber, windscreen, hoses, steering rack, shocks, stainless big bore exhaust & headers, fuel pump, wiring loom and much, much more. The engine and 5 speed Tremec gearbox were mated with and ally bellhousing, new clutch, servo, Hi Torq starter, MSD dizzy and again much more. There is an ally rad and an auxiliary electric fan. Very expensive 4 pot fron calipers with new discs. The car sits on 15 x 6.5 LAT 70 option wheels with new Toyo tyres. New boot false floor and fittings. New tonneau. The list goes on and on. I hate to think how much has been spent in total and I am too scared to count it up. The car has just been finished and is not yet run in. £94,995. Please contact: 07711 123800 Image1, Image2, Image3, Image4, Image5, Image6, Image7

SOLD: MK1. B9473272 HROFE. I have owned Sunbeam Tigers for 40 years and last year a friend offered me his half restored Tiger that he could not finish due to health reasons. The car has been known to the Tiger club for over 40 years and was owned for 20 years by Nick Channing before another 20 years with Alex Moody-Stuart. I purchased the car and spent the next 6 months and a lot of money finishing the project. The previous owner had an Aston Martin restoration company strip the car back to bare metal and replace any metal that needed replacing before spraying the car in Forrest Green. The engine was stripped, inspected and honed then rebuilt with new rings, pushrods, lifters, water pump, starter motor, shells etc. and the gearbox/axle all inspected for wear and operation. That's when I purchased the car and finished off the rebuild with a new interior, dash board, dash top, new hood, hood tonneau, carpets, new bumpers, door handles, exhaust, boot board, chrome boot hinges, alternator conversion, new wiring loom, shock absorbers, hoses, sump, new clutch, Edelbrock carb., Moroso chrome air filter and new alloy hi capacity radiator  with a large extra electric fan. Much more in the file. The car sits on the correct Tiger spec. 15 inch Panasport alloy wheels with new 195/55/15 tyres up front and 205/60/15 on the rear.  There is a history file with old receipts, old MOT's back to 1978 and the many recent invoices. The mileage is showing 91,100 and seems to be backed up by the old MOT's but cant be warranted. The history file shows that the car has been running the 289 since at least 1978 and possibly before. The car is now fully restored with zero miles driven. The new owner will have to run it in and fine tune it over the first 500 miles. A stunning car. Tigers have risen in value for the 40 years I have owned them and there is no sign of them slowing down any time soon! This one is a stunner so be quick! PRIVATE SALE. Can be viewed in Storrington, West Sussex. REDUCED IN PRICE FROM £65K TO £55K FOR A QUICK SALE. OTHER TIGER PROJECTS WAITING. £55,000 Please contact: 07711 123800 Image1, Image2, Image3, Image4, Image5, Image6, Image7

SOLD AT AUCTION : Prototype AF-203: A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO acquire a historically significant Tiger. AF-203 was completely restored in the late 80s by a renowned marque restorer and has been in private collections ever since. Fully re-commissioned in 2019 with light regular use since. Finished in arguably the best Sunbeam colour combination of Midnight Blue with blue mohair hood, dark blue interior, piped with light blue, AF-203 comes complete with an original unrestored hard top and a mohair tonneau cover. Fascinating and huge history file with documents, details, factory records, photographs which go right back to her development work with Rootes, various magazine features and pictures and letters from her first two owners. Retains all her factory development modifications, making it an extremely rare and historically significant example of ‘what could have been’. Rootes Group’s initial design intentions for the MkII Sunbeam Tiger began to unfold in September 1964. Following a management policy meeting the go ahead was given to develop a series of points agreed and detailed thus;
l Swap 260 for 289ci hi-po engine and modified gear ratios (Ford HEH-B)
l 2” wider track to the rear axle
l Disc brakes fitted to all 4 wheels
l Hand brake warning light
l Increase wheel diameter to 14”
l Increase to 5 stud wheel hubs
l Modified radiator and ducting
l Revised steering assembly
l Larger brake servo
l Altenator charging system
l Oil cooler
l Revised footwell ventilation
l Sportier exhaust system
l Visual styling modifications
£100,000. Gallery. For a lot more information on AF- 203’s history, all her previous owners, details of recent re-commissioning work and/or to arrange a viewing please contact Andy Chisholm at or phone 07733 919101.

FOR SALE IN SOUTH AFRICA: B9480032 FEWRO, ALP 67. One of the 'African Violets'. Fully restored and retrimmed in recent years. Now painted in 'Bianca Argenta', the 260 has been rebuilt, along with all suspension and stopping components. 14" Minilites. For the full photographic history of the Tiger and a record of its restoration please contact owner Abie Fullard: The Tiger is located near Cape Town and shipping to the UK can be arranged locally (said to be approx £1700).,, GBP 39,000 Photos: Image1, Image2, Image3, Image4, Image5, Image6,
FOR SALE: MK1 B9473623 HROFE. JAL 563122 - One previous owner. 1st registered April 1966 - Matching number car with original 260 engine and 4 speed box. Acquired 2002 and later given to Brian Postle for a back to bare metal refurbishment which was finished in May 2009. The Tiger has covered 68,913 genuine miles. The original colour was Rootes Forest Green and original reg is LYM 473D. Comes with personalised registration BIG260. There is a photo record of the refurbishment and a file of work and service invoices and old MOT's. Seen no rain since the works carried out in 2009. Runs beautifully without over heating having a strong engine and good oil pressure. I will put through an MOT. £54,000.00 with personalised number plate BIG260. Contact: 07931 552639 or email: (Herts) Photos: Image1, Image2, Image3, Image4, Image5, Image6, Image7, Image8, Image9
FOR SALE: MK1 (LHD) B9472482 LRXFE. Prepared for Historic Rally with many improvements including re engineered steering to reduce Ackerman angle error, high strength fulcrum pins, braced front turrets. Engine is a rare 5 bolt 289 supplied by Dralle Engineering. Hurst shifter, 2nd fuel tank, 2 x fuel pumps, MK2 soft top bin conversion, Alfin rear drums, traction bars, Watts linkage, feathered and coated rear leaf springs. Roll cage and 3 point harness. Lots of documentation including historical FIVA passport, photos and magazine article. This car was imported in the late 1990's and has been in the family ever since. Over this time restored to a high standard,  but unfortunately does not get used enough. £76,500. Contact Steve on 07801 989395 or Image: 1 Image: 2 Image: 3 Image: 4 Image: 5 Image: 6 Image: 7 Image: 8 Image: 9 Image: 10 Image: 11 Image