READER AD: 1967 Sunbeam Alpine Series V

Introduced in 1965, the Sunbeam Alpine Series V remained in production until 1968. The Series V included a number of minor trim and cosmetic changes over its… more»

Sitting Since ’88: 1966 Sunbeam Alpine

Rolling off the production line in 1966, this Alpine was a Series V version, which remained in production from 1965 until 1968. With only 19,122 vehicles built… more»

Real Deal: 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Project

While I spend a fair amount of time in junkyards, I haven’t gotten to the point where I’m inspecting pillaged bodies up close or cleaning off distorted… more»

Unrestored Black Plate: 1965 Sunbeam Tiger

The listing for this 1965 Sunbeam Tiger is short and to the point, but if the seller’s words are to be accepted as gospel truth, there’s really… more»

Cool Commer Project: 1967 Sunbeam Funwagon

If there’s a more interesting name for a vehicle I can’t think of it right now, can you? This is a 1967 Sunbeam Funwagon and as you… more»

Long Storage Survivor: 1965 Sunbeam Alpine

Whenever you come across a Sunbeam Alpine at a car event they are well liked but everyone leads on to explain about it’s similar twin brother the… more»

Truck Loads of Spares: 1967 Sunbeam Alpine

This Sunbeam Alpine holds a lot of promise as a project car that may only need some detail work to complete. You will find it listed for… more»

Tiger’s Little Brother: 1963 Sunbeam Alpine

A few weeks ago I wrote a story on a 1967 Sunbeam Tiger, so it seems fitting that today I have the opportunity to write about the… more»

Go Get ‘Em Tiger: 1967 Sunbeam Tiger

Located in Gardena, Ca and for sale here on eBay is a little classic that beautifully combines my love of British marques with my love for the… more»

20 Years Parked: 1963 Sunbeam Alpine

While it’s no Tiger, the Sunbeam Alpine is an attainable classic that checks many boxes for a vintage roadster. Having had some seat time in one, I… more»

Baby Cobra: 1965 Sunbeam Tiger

First off, yes, this is a real 1965 Sunbeam Tiger with documentation, not a converted Alpine. And while the original engine has been pulled from the car,… more»

Unbelievable Survivor: 1967 Sunbeam Tiger

This 1967 Sunbeam Tiger is listed for $154,995. That’s not a misprint, but this is also one of the most original ones I can recall seeing in… more»

Rear Engined by Rootes: 1965 Hillman Imp

A few years ago, I visited a Vermont junkyard being cleaned out, with a whole section full of $500 project vehicles. We wrote about it more than… more»

BF EXCLUSIVE: 1967 Sunbeam Alpine

SOLD – Who here hasn’t dreamed of owning a Shelby Cobra? They are incredible machines that will sadly cost you an arm and a leg. Which just… more»

Sunbeam Ambush: A Tiger & Three Alpines

As the resident Barn Finds British car nut, I often find myself looking over submitted Anglo-oriented finds and trying to figure out what I’d do if they… more»

Low Mileage Survivor: 1965 Sunbeam Tiger

It’s time to don your skeptic’s hat once again! It this find looks very much like the “Basement Tiger” that Josh wrote about a few years ago… more»

Hold That Tiger: 1966 Sunbeam Tiger

In discussing with a professor why the British had such a hard time waging war in North America during the 1700s, he remarked that they didn’t understand… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1976 Sunbeam Imp Restomod

Update 6/22/2017 – After emailing the seller about his asking price, he decided to set an asking price of $15k. Considering he spent about $12k just on… more»

1965 Sunbeam Tiger Project

A humble Sunbeam Alpine might not normally get your blood going, but this isn’t just any old Alpine. This is a V8-powered Tiger! Carroll Shelby had a… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1966 Sunbeam Alpine V6 Swap

Seller Description: Very rust free car, most of the body work is done, new windshield, new convertible top, new seat covers, new wiring plus a¬†hardtop. Registered in… more»

Hold That Tiger: 1962 Sunbeam Alpine

What a ray of sunshine this car is, which is fairly coincidental with it being a 1962 Sunbeam Alpine. This Series II car is listed on Collector… more»

Build an Alger: Sunbeam Tiger + Alpine Projects

When I first glanced at this Sunbeam Alpine / Tiger duo project, I thought for sure the blue car was the Tiger and the red one was… more»

Two Sunbeams On The Wall!

Thanks to Mike F for this intriguing find. Normally a posting on craigslist with so little information or pictures would not be very interesting, but $3,000 for… more»

Glamour Shots: 1963 Sunbeam Alpine

It really is amazing what quality photos can do for an old barn find! This Alpine¬†wouldn’t look nearly as appealing if the photos had been taken on… more»