This 1966 Sunbeam Tiger was purchased
from a gentleman in Oklahoma who collects Tigers. It was shipped out to CA where
it was disassembled, then abandoned as a project due to the owner's health issues.
Present owner bought the car a few years ago, and finished the restoration.
There are numbers on the Transmission and Differential which match with the VIN
# found in the assembly log from the Jensen factory where they were built.
The engine is a '63 Fairlane 289 block, re-sleeved to stock, and fitted with
an Eagle 347 Stroker Kit, Edelbrock heads and manifold, and was recently refitted
with a Comp Cams full roller set-up: a 270 cam, Comp's best roller rockers, and chrome
moly push rods. Compression ratio is approx. 10.5:1 with J & E flat top pistons
and ceramic-coated headers, bringing the power to over 400hp!
The differential has a limited slip posi unit, which in fact is a Dana 40, but
called a ''Salisbury'' across the pond.
The interior is new, with Auto Meter gauges, and a mahogany skin over the original
fascia. The Grant steering wheel gives the driver enough room to get in the car comfortably,
and the rear package tray is fitted with separate custom padded and pleated matching
vinyl inserts. The original gauges, steering wheel, and shroud are in retained in
storage, as are the heads and manifold. The four exhaust pipes are functional; two
are constant, and the other two open up to bypss the muffler via electrically controlled
This car is scary fast and should only be driven by an experienced driver (no
Or all Ernest@ (530) 220-4565