No Reserve 1966 Sunbeam Tiger

1966 Sunbeam Tiger Front Corner

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We recently featured a rough Sunbeam Tiger that is either going to need a complete restoration or be parted out. If you’re looking for a Tiger, but don’t want to restore it then we found the car for you. This nearly perfect 1966 Sunbeam Tiger was just listed on eBay without a reserve and is located in Palm Springs California.

1966 Sunbeam Tiger Rear Corner

This Tiger is ready to drive and is in amazing condition. It has 63k original miles on it and the 260 2V V8 runs great. This car looks superb and comes with a very rare factory hardtop. We love the styling of the Tiger and the Shelby engineering.

1966 Sunbeam Tiger Interior

The interior of this car is mostly new and looks gorgeous. We would love to plant ourselves in those leather buckets and go out for a spin. We aren’t sure if this is the original interior color, but it looks great with the car’s paint color.

1966 Sunbeam Tiger Engine

Here is the heart of this Tiger and it looks like new. The seller says it’s the matching number engine and that it purrs like it just came out of the factory. The 164 hp produced by this Ford 260 V8 might not sound like much, but it’s enough for this little convertible.

1966 Sunbeam Tiger Side

This Tiger Mk 1A is a beautiful machine and should provide its new owner with loads of fun. The only change we would make is to maybe change the rims and tires to something a little more subtle. Some minilites or the stock rims might tone things down a little. We are glad the seller listed it without a reserve and we hope that it goes for a good price. These cars are becoming very sought after, so we doubt it will go cheap. We will just have to see if it ends up being a better deal than this Tiger listed with a BIN of $56k.

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  1. Tom Andersen

    I can see agent 86 now!

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  2. Thumper Simpson

    I’d swap my restored blueprinted 1954 MG-TF with leather and chrome wires for a drivable Sunbeam Tiger. I had one before. If wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great.

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