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We are very pleased to have available this original 1966 Sunbeam Tiger vin#B9473300. According to some sources less than 7,000 MKI tigers were produced. Numbers for you Tiger fanatics according to a a prior owner. JAL# 562749, Rootes engine# 5287-F21 KA, ROTA# 3248, Jensen manufacture date 03/05/65, gearbox HEHE014935,Rear Axle B65/2995, Ign Key RM947, Trunk Key FS947. Built in 1965, sold and Titled as a 1966 model.

The chassis and body are very solid and have no signs of any major rust or accidents. This car does have the all important CAT documentation of authenticity. It it finished not in the ubiquitous red, but a lovely Midnight Blue which is paint code 58 as stamped on it’s ID tag. The car is very elegant looking and drives exceptionally well. This car retains the original factory 260 V-8 that has been dyno tuned and produces 203hp and 253lbs of torque. This car has not been overly modified, it is mostly stock. The power output is well balanced to the Tiger suspension and brakes. The car has been upgraded to larger 15 inch Panasport wheels with the proper offset, a 4 barrel carb and intake, LAT option valve covers and an expensive ceramic coated header setup with full nice sounding exhaust properly fitted. A limited slip has been fitted along with a more usable 3.23 final ratio. Most all of the original parts come with the car, along with a factory hardtop. This rare and appreciating Cobra-like classic is available now for Porsche 356 money. Feel free to call Bob if any questions at 541-543-6791 cell.


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