Produced from 1964 to 1967, the Sunbeam Tiger is a British sports car part of the Britain’s Rootes Group. This two-seater was partly designed by Carroll Shelby and somewhat resembles the AC Cobra. In addition to a similarity in the design, the Sunbeam Tiger was fitted with the same engine as the Cobra: a four-cylinder V8. The unit had a capacity of 4.3 liters and a power output of 164 hp, enabling the car to reach 60 mph from still in 5.9 seconds. The 1966 Sunbeam Tiger was also well designed, offering great comfort and handling thanks to an elaborate suspension system. Disc brakes were fitted in the front and drums in the back and the car featured an enjoyable rack and pinion steering.
Should you be in the market for a 1966 Sunbeam Tiger, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be delighted to assist you. The team has long-time experience in the classic car industry, buying and selling classics of all makes, models, and conditions. The experts are ready to assist you and answer any questions you may have concerning the model or a particular example. Known for their excellent service, the team regularly shares tips and advice on how to make a good purchase. For example, the Sunbeam Tiger had very thin tires, which damaged the car’s traction off the line. Some owners have traded the original tires for bigger ones. Be sure to inspect the tires and see whether or not they’re compatible with the Sunbeam Tiger without damaging the car’s natural driving abilities. A classic car expert will be able to help you look at an example and make sure it’s in good shape before you make a decision.
The Beverly Hills Car Club welcomes you anytime to visit their Los Angeles classic car dealership and view their collection of classic cars for sale, which can include examples of 1966 Sunbeam Tiger. Come visit the team soon and in the meantime, browse their online inventory to check out the current availabilities.
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