- 50,101 miles
The Sunbeam-Talbot Ten 4-door Sports Saloon was hailed as “Britain's most exclusive Light car". Prices started at a hefty £265! The Ten was considered very luxurious at the time as well as being very light. Our car is a very neat example. This Sun...
- 133,705 miles
It's powered by the original engine.The original interior is complete.It needs to be repainted.The car wasn't used for the last twenty years.
- 50,000 miles
This glorious Sunbeam 3.0-Litre Super Sports Tourer, YN 7831, campaigned and won the Essex Six-Hour race held at Brooklands in 1927, driven by George Duller. A more than credible alternative to the Bentley 3.0-Litre, the Sunbeam is likely lesser-...
- 2,955 miles
1965 Sunbeam Tiger MkI 4.2 finished in Deep Ocean Blue with contrasting Burgundy hide interior. It would appear from the history file that this car was the subject of a comprehensive restoration between 1993 and 1996, since when it has covered jus...
Runnymede Motor Company
- 11,646 miles
Where to start when describing a Sunbeam Tiger? The model is associated with lots of the most iconic anecdotes. Starting at the beginning seems a sensible approach. The Rootes Group introduced the Sunbeam Alpine Series 1 in 1959. The Alpine had a ...