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SPOT New Reader
2/7/19 2:36 p.m.

#14 of 536 Mark II Tigers built. Originally destined to be a British police car, but pulled from the production line when the British police reduced the number of cars on their order. Police order markings were found under the taillight when we restored the car. Very rare Commodore Blue. Many LAT options: hardtop, LAT 70 wheels, LAT 1 intake and carb, LAT 4 Cast aluminum Tiger oil pan (one of only two I have ever seen), LAT 5 Traction Bars, LAT 8 aluminum valve covers, tach, LAT 50 Ltd slip rear, headers, LAT 74 2" exhaust, LAT metal hood scoop. 100 miles on rotisserie restoration by Tiger expert and Pebble Beach winner. Correct down to the NOS jute used on the back of the wool carpet. The restoration of this car could not be finer and the condition is as-new. Perfect body lines on this rust free body with all the original panels. Hundreds of hours went into making sure this restoration was accurate. Even the seat frames were stripped, the welds reinforced and the correct gray color reapplied before being recovered by Martha Christianson using the factory materials. The burlwood dash is beautifully refinished, as are the instruments. To keep the car as accurate as possible, the original wiring harness was refurbished. Three tones of black in the engine compartment. Engine built to K-Code specs, so this Tiger is quick. Impeccable single stage paint in the factory color, cut and buffed to look like factory lacquer. Every factory weld is in place. Undercarriage as nice as the top. Every bolt, screw, and hose is correct and cad plated. This Tiger runs as good as it looks, with every mechanical component being rebuilt using the finest components and fully sorted. Multiple Concours & AACA (Hershey) Senior award winner, AACA National Award Nominee. Featured on the cover of Classic Motorsports (https://classicmotorsports.com/articles/comparing-sunbeam-tigers-mk-i-vs-mk-ii/). Original and complete toolkit. Hundreds of restoration photos. Two owners and documented history. Original license plates. All original and numbers matching components. Listed in the Book of Norman. $175,000 Please call for additional photos 443-386-6170

Campbelljj
Campbelljj New Reader
2/9/19 5:35 p.m.

That's gorgeous 

DrBoost
DrBoost MegaDork
2/15/19 11:33 a.m.

That color is seck-see!!

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