For sale in our Atlanta Showroom is a fun driving 1965 Sunbeam Tiger. With a modern muscle paint job and a rebuilt drivetrain, this Sunbeam Tiger for sale is one hot convertible. Powering this Sunbeam for sale is a rebuilt 260ci V8 engine. With just 3,000 miles on the build, this Tiger is ready to pounce at any given opportunity. With a deep burble through vintage sounding exhaust, it's obvious to see that this Sunbeam isn't your average little roadster. Backed by a T5 5-speed manual transmission, running through the gears in this oversized go-kart is no joke! Backed by a Dana rear and planted to the ground thanks to aluminum/alloy wheels and radial tires, this little Sunbeam is one fun corner carver. With a car that sounds so muscular and menacing, it's nice to have an exterior to match. The exterior of this '65 Sunbeam Tiger for sale is adorned in a shade of Grey Rainbow. The metallic shimmers in the sunlight, while still giving this sports car a dark and mysterious vibe. Matched with a color-matched hardtop with sunroof, you get the best of both worlds. Whether you want a sporty driving hardtop, or a fun cruising convertible, this Tiger is ready to roll! The interior is sweet and simple. With Black interior and accents, this is one cool looking hardtop convertible. The sport buckets grip you well and make for one spirited driving experience. Options on this 1965 Sunbeam Tiger for sale, include: A/C (Not working), manual convertible top, 4-wheel disc brakes, seat belts, vinyl interior, and aluminum/alloy wheels wrapped in radial tires. Whether you're looking for a fun driving classic, a unique convertible you don't see every day, or simply a collector car to add to the collection, this Sunbeam Tiger is right up your alley. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833 or e-mail us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com!
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