This 1966 Sunbeam Tiger is a very desirable find just out of a large British car collection. Red with black interior and a 289 engine installed. The motor runs but the car has no brakes or clutch to be roadworthy. Could use minor cosmetics as well. A great buy for only $36,500 $32,500
During the 1960s, British automaker Sunbeam was known for its cool but modestly powered Alpine sports cars that competed with MGBs and Triumph TR4s.
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