One-Owner 1965 Sunbeam Tiger

The Sunbeam has a fascinating history as a car, featuring a whole host of famous car guys – Carroll Shelby, Ken Miles and Jack Brabham amongst others. This is why they command such high prices – a simple formula… more»

Barn Find Bounty: 1963 Sunbeam and More!

A host of cars from Europe and America recently rolled out of a southern California barn into the harsh sunlight for the first time in a long while. This 1963 Sunbeam Alpine headlines the inventory here on Craigslist, where… more»

Rare Saloon: 1954 Sunbeam-Talbot 90 Mk IIA

In 1901, the first Sunbeam motorcar was manufactured in the midst of a factory that made bicycles, and by 1905, Sunbeam Motor Car Company existed as a standalone business. Models proliferated, spurred by its chief designer’s fondness for racing…. more»

Original Paint 1951 Sunbeam S7 Deluxe 500cc

Sunbeam has a bit of a complicated history, at least as far as motorcycles go. We aren’t talking about your iron, hair dryer, or other appliances, but the BMW-derived motorcycles that were built under the auspices of Birmingham Small… more»

California Barn Find: 1967 Sunbeam Alpine

Hear me out: sometimes, passing on the more powerful and often times more expensive sports car may be the smarter play in the current era of somewhat over-inflated vintage automobile prices. The sad truth is, it seems many buyers… more»

Affordable British Project: 1967 Sunbeam Alpine

Choosing the right car as a project candidate can be a battle. Buyers need to balance what they can afford against what they are capable of restoring. That’s where cars like this 1967 Sunbeam Alpine fit into the equation…. more»

Donor Car: 1961 Sunbeam Alpine Series II

Sellers willing to admit that the heap of metal they want to offload is a parts car are a refreshing shift from owners who tell us their pile of rust is worth a boatload of bucks (see: Bronco, Charger… more»

Glamorous Brit: 1954 Sunbeam Alpine

Like many car manufacturers of the early 1900s, Sunbeam’s history is a blurred continuum of several makers melding over time: Clement-Talbot was the original predecessor, but Sunbeam was also combined with Rootes Group in the 1930s and later labeled… more»

Tiger Tribute: 1964 Sunbeam Tiger + 1967 Alpine

This is a very cool opportunity for a Tiger enthusiast. The seller reports he is selling this 1964 Sunbeam Alpine “Tiger” clone after acquiring it following the passing of its previous owner. He also has a 1967 Sunbeam Alpine… more»

Big Power, Small Package: 1965 Sunbeam Tiger

It’s a simple idea: take a light sports car and swap its original engine for a big American V8. And while it might not be the textbook example, this 1965 Sunbeam Tiger illustrates the point beautifully. This diamond in… more»

Shed Find: 1962 Sunbeam Alpine

An honest  shed find with a price that’s hard to beat, this 1962 Sunbeam Alpine is advertised here on Facebook Marketplace. Located in Coolville, Ohio, and with an asking price of just $500, it’s hard to see how an… more»

Ready To Enjoy! 1966 Sunbeam Alpine Series V

What do you do when you want a Shelby Cobra but can’t afford one? You buy a Sunbeam Tiger! But what do you do when you want a Tiger and can’t afford it? You buy the car it was… more»

289-Equipped: 1966 Sunbeam Tiger

It seems that Britain’s Lord Rootes was no stranger to odd business decisions. He famously turned down the opportunity to take over Volkswagen at no cost following World War II. He could see no benefits in manufacturing the Beetle… more»

Super Clean Roadster! 1963 Sunbeam Alpine

The Sunbeam Alpine was a 2-seat British sports car produced by the Rootes Group from 1953-55 and again in 1959-68. The seller’s car is either a Series II or Series III model depending on when it was built in… more»

Two for One: 1966 and 1964 Sunbeam Alpines

Two cars for one price! These Sunbeam Alpines, one a 1966 and the other a 1964, are located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and advertised here on Craigslist. $5,500 takes the pair home. Many thanks to Chuck Foster for the tip!

Finishing Touches Required: 1963 Sunbeam Alpine

Some people hesitate to take on an unfinished restoration project. This attitude is easy to understand because sometimes such projects will house some nasty hidden secrets. That doesn’t appear to be the case with this 1963 Sunbeam Alpine. The… more»