What is a Sunbeam Tiger worth?

What is a Sunbeam Tiger worth?

This stunningly restored Sunbeam Tiger was built, according to its chassis number, in the early stages of the Mark I’s production….Detailing.

Vehicle: 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mk I
Number Produced: 6,498 (plus 536 Mk II cars)
Original List Price: $3,425
SCM Valuation: $70,000
Tune Up Cost: $300

How much is a 1966 Sunbeam Tiger worth?

**Figure based on a stock 1966 Sunbeam Tiger Mk IA valued at $63,500 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.

How fast is a Sunbeam Tiger?

120 mph
The Ford V8 as fitted to the Tiger produced 164 bhp (122 kW) @ 4400 rpm, sufficient to give the car a 0–60 mph (97 km/h) time of 8.6 seconds and a top speed of 120 mph (190 km/h).

How many Sunbeam Tigers are left?


Decade Licenced Total
1960s 184 243

What kind of car was the 1967 Sunbeam Tiger?

This 1967 Sunbeam Tiger Mark II is number 394 of 536 Mark II’s manufactured. The car was purchased 1966 Sunbeam Tiger Convertible Real Boss 302 Engine! Runs & Drives, Nice Solid Car New Wilwood Brak Refine Search?

When did the Sunbeam Tiger go out of production?

Sunbeam Tiger. Production ended in 1967 soon after the Rootes Group was taken over by Chrysler, which did not have a suitable engine to replace the Ford V8. Owing to the ease and affordability of modifying the Tiger, there are few remaining cars in standard form.

Is the Sunbeam Tiger a right hand drive car?

The Mark II Tiger, fitted with the larger Ford 289 cu in (4.7 L), was intended exclusively for export to America and was never marketed in the UK, although six right-hand drive models were sold to the Metropolitan Police for use in traffic patrols and high-speed pursuits; four more went to the owners of important Rootes dealerships.

Are there any changes to the Sunbeam Tiger Mark 2?

Apart from the bigger engine the changes to the Mark II Tiger were largely cosmetic: the most obvious are the speed stripes and the “egg crate” radiator grille. Production reached 7128 cars over three distinct series.