1967 One of the last few SUNBEAM MK 1A TIGERS built following Chrysler Corporation acquisition of Rootes, No expense spared restoration completed this year. Paint, interior, mechanical, electrical. Full documentation available with all receipts for review. Rare Sunbeam (Bendix Radio) with custom center speaker console, Matching number car Ford 260, 4 speed transmission.
Also included in purchase price LAT OPTION PACKAGE:
LAT 70 15" X 6 1/2 Polished Alloy Wheels with Spinners. Michelin tires (Front 185- 60- R 15 , Rear 195- 60 - R 15)
LAT 79 Fiberglass Engine Hood , With hood scoop and vents, color matched ready to be installed .
Certificate of Authenticity from Sunbeam Tigers Association (Number 1005)
"SERIOUS TIGER ENTHUSIAST WILL APPRECIATE THE ORIGINALITY OF THIS VEHICLE"
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