The Sunbeam Tiger made its debut at the 1964 New York Auto Show and went in production in England shortly after. Designed with the help of Carroll Shelby, the Tiger had something of the AC Cobra, in addition to a similar engine unit. The Sunbeam Tiger was indeed powered by a four-cylinder V8 with a capacity of 4.3 liters. Its power output of 164 hp enabled the Tiger to reach 60 mph from still in 9.5 seconds. Alongside with great performance, the 1965 Sunbeam Tiger offered a comfortable and enjoyable driving experience. The chassis came from the previous modelthe Sunbeam Alpineand was reworked by Shelby. Fitted with a stiffer suspension system, rack and pinion steering, disc brakes in the front and drums in the back, the Sunbeam Tiger provided great handling and roadholding.
Should you be in the market for a 1965 Sunbeam Tiger, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to earn your business. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a wide and constantly growing inventory of classics of all makes, models, and conditions. The experts are known for offering excellent service in addition to their great deals. Thanks to many years of experience in the industry, the friendly staff has many tips and advice to share with their customers and friends. For one, the Sunbeam Tiger’s body is prone to rust, like most sports cars of the era. A pre-purchase inspection is highly recommended to make sure you’re fully aware of the condition and functioning of the example, as well as any future service needs. If you need help finding an expert in your region, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to share their contacts.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to start your project of buying a 1965 Sunbeam Tiger. The friendly staff will assist you with all the advice and help you need to make a smart decision. The team is looking forward to meeting you soon and to find out more about your classic car dreams.
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