During the 1960s, British automaker Sunbeam was known for its cool but modestly powered Alpine sports cars that competed with MGBs and Triumph TR4s.
Prices may continue to soar at collector car auctions, but the June report of the Hagerty Market Rating sustained its largest decline in the past 14 months.
The Ford-powered Sunbeam Tiger once was perceived as the poor man’s Shelby Cobra, being a similar concept of shoehorning an America V8 into a British roadster.
Picking at Pomona isn’t easy with so many virtually perfect vehicles
Retromobile 2018 is the king of the indoor car shows
Presley was well-known for giving away valuable items, including numerous watches that he bought or were given to him
British company staging two sales Saturday at London car and motorcycle shows
The attractive, well-preserved coupe is Pick of the Day