Lot 425- 1966 Sunbeam Tiger Roadster

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“Calling 99 on the shoe phone”

That’s right- be like agent 86 in Get Smart and drive a Sunbeam Tiger!

This beautiful and authentic Sunbeam Tiger- Equipped from the factory with a Ford V-8 it represents the epitome of Hybrid U.S. brawn and rolling British sculpture. One of the most desirable and heavily collected British roadsters of all time. Partially designed by Carroll Shelby the Tiger is a sleeper that accelerates with a whiplash-like snap.

Beautiful wood burl dash. Superb interior. Three tops, soft (brand new) hard, and topless- my favorite! Over $8,000 in recent service receipts, hood needs to be painted. Exceptional milestone rare race rocket to love and enjoy. These cars have a cult following. Don’t be fooled by all the fake ones out there: This ain’t no Sunbeam Alpine conversion. This is the real McCoy- Don’t just put a Tiger in your tank…put one in your garage where it belongs – or better yet, go topless on the open road.