This 1967 Sunbeam Tiger Mark II is number 394 of 536 Mark II's
manufactured. The car was purchased in 1981 in Southern California.
The previous owner was a Tiger enthusiast and a neighbor of Ian
Garrard, the Rootes west coast manager who was instrumental in the
development of the Tiger. The history of the car prior to the
previous owner's ownership is unknown. The car was not operational
when purchased. The original engine was in a crate. The original
color code of 100 (Mediterranean Blue) was changed to color code 1
(Black) during restoration. The original oil filter location was
relocated to the left fender well. The original oil filter mounting
plates and hoses come with the car. The car was originally
purchased from Vincent Motors, Pasadena, CA in November 1967. The
original warranty manual and owner's instruction books are still
with the car, along with the original black California plate. While
working in the Middle East the car was restored from 1984-1987. The
car has been TAC certified. The restoration was updated in 1997 for
the SAAC 17 Meet in Portland, Oregon and placed 1st in class. This
is a no rust car LAT Options: LAT 1 Tiger Induction Kit (aluminum
high rise with Holley 4150 double pumper), LAT 4 Tiger Oil Pan, LAT
8 Tiger Valve Covers, LAT 70 wheels, with LAT 75 spinners, LAT 76
and LAT 77 Koni shocks Original Ford 289 HP all centrifugal advance
dual point distributor. Restored Hard Top (never on car) Awards:
1989 SUNI 1 Concourse, 1st Place Stock Class 1993 Pacific Tiger
Club Evergreen Award Winner 1995 Tigers United 20, Howie Schoenfeld
Winner: Best Stock Tiger 1997 SAAC 17, Portland, OR 1st Place Tiger
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1967 Sunbeam Tiger
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