110 Crystal Dr
Kerrville, TX 78028
830-367-3555

Greg Maxwell Motors, LLC
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1966 Sunbeam Tiger MK 1A for sale in Kerrville TX from Greg Maxwell Motors, LLC

Stock : 001806 VIN : B382001806 CALL FOR PRICE
Exterior : Red   Interior : Black  
Mileage : 68,250   Transmission : 4-Speed
Drive Type : RWD Engine : 302 CID V8 Cylinders : 8  

1966 Sunbeam Tiger MK 1A at Greg Maxwell Motors, LLC in Kerrville TX
Vehicle Description
Held by the second owner from 1974-2018 Originally equipped with a 260 CI V-8 engine Restored in the 1980s Currently equipped with a 302 CI small-block V-8 installed in the 1980s Aluminum intake and valve covers with hollowed-out Tiger lettering AC air cleaner 4-barrel carburetor Headers and dual exhaust Trunk-mounted battery Original 4-speed manual transmission Original rear end Finished in Red with Black interior and top Blacktop boot Wood-rimmed steering wheel and dash Smiths instruments Slotted alloy wheels with spinnersThe 1966 Sunbeam Tiger is a wonderful representation of taking a muscle-car engine and placing it in a sports car a trend that saw its zenith during the 1960s. The Rootes Groupthe British manufacturer of the Sunbeam automotive brandapproached Carroll Shelby about installing a high-performance Ford V-8 into its mild-mannered Sunbeam Alpine as a performance-product feasibility study. Ken Miles the legendary development driver and engineer at Shelby American were put in charge of the project. Miles and the crew managed to shoehorn a Ford V-8 into the Alpine. The front-mounted distributor on the Ford engine enabled minimal encroachment into the firewall. The V-8 engine was only marginally heavier than the original cast-iron inline 4-cylinder unit giving an unexpected side benefit of nearly optimal weight distribution of 51 percent front and 49 percent rear. With three times the displacement and horsepower of the original Alpine the Tiger proved to be equally adept on both road courses and drag strips. This particular examples second caretakerwho owned the car from 1972-2018added some tasteful modifications that further enhanced the performance envelope while still maintaining its original character. The stock Ford 260 has been replaced with a Ford 302 CI V-8 engine that still has the iconic ribbed aluminum Tiger valve covers and AC air cleaner. The car retains its original 4-speed transmission and rear end but it has been up-fitted with exhaust headers slotted aluminum wheels with knock-off spinners dual exhaust and the relocation of the battery to the trunk area. Presented in a shimmering red exterior with a black interior featuring the classic wood-rimmed steering wheel and wood instrument panel this Sunbeam Tiger is one of only 7083 examples built during a three-year production run that ended in 1967. Visit Greg Maxwell Motors online at www.GregMaxwellMotors.com to see more pictures of th
Vehicle Description
Held by the second owner from 1974-2018 Originally equipped with a 260 CI V-8 engine Restored in the 1980s Currently equipped with a 302 CI small-block V-8 installed in the 1980s Aluminum intake and valve covers with hollowed-out Tiger lettering AC air cleaner 4-barrel carburetor Headers and dual exhaust Trunk-mounted battery Original 4-speed manual transmission Original rear end Finished in Red with Black interior and top Blacktop boot Wood-rimmed steering wheel and dash Smiths instruments Slotted alloy wheels with spinnersThe 1966 Sunbeam Tiger is a wonderful representation of taking a muscle-car engine and placing it in a sports car a trend that saw its zenith during the 1960s. The Rootes Groupthe British manufacturer of the Sunbeam automotive brandapproached Carroll Shelby about installing a high-performance Ford V-8 into its mild-mannered Sunbeam Alpine as a performance-product feasibility study. Ken Miles the legendary development driver and engineer at Shelby American were put in charge of the project. Miles and the crew managed to shoehorn a Ford V-8 into the Alpine. The front-mounted distributor on the Ford engine enabled minimal encroachment into the firewall. The V-8 engine was only marginally heavier than the original cast-iron inline 4-cylinder unit giving an unexpected side benefit of nearly optimal weight distribution of 51 percent front and 49 percent rear. With three times the displacement and horsepower of the original Alpine the Tiger proved to be equally adept on both road courses and drag strips. This particular examples second caretakerwho owned the car from 1972-2018added some tasteful modifications that further enhanced the performance envelope while still maintaining its original character. The stock Ford 260 has been replaced with a Ford 302 CI V-8 engine that still has the iconic ribbed aluminum Tiger valve covers and AC air cleaner. The car retains its original 4-speed transmission and rear end but it has been up-fitted with exhaust headers slotted aluminum wheels with knock-off spinners dual exhaust and the relocation of the battery to the trunk area. Presented in a shimmering red exterior with a black interior featuring the classic wood-rimmed steering wheel and wood instrument panel this Sunbeam Tiger is one of only 7083 examples built during a three-year production run that ended in 1967. Visit Greg Maxwell Motors online at www.GregMaxwellMotors.com to see more pictures of th
Contact Information
Please Contact Greg Maxwell
Greg Maxwell Motors, LLC
Web : gregmaxwellmotors.centraltxautos.com
Email : gmaxwell@gregmaxwellmotors.com
830-367-3555
110 Crystal Dr
Kerrville, TX 78028
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