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Make: Sunbeam
Model: Alpine
Year: 1967
Mileage: 42400
Engine: 1.7 liter
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Red
Transmission: Manual
Number of Cylinders: 8
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): B395007183
Fuel Type: Gas


Courtesy of the Roots Group who produced the Alpine, this car was designed for the North American market specifically and has all the trappings of the Triumph which was selling like hotcakes in the US. A front end that somewhat reminds us of the early T-birds it uses the "pony car" theory being that of a long hood and short rear deck with an overall low profile. This example is a Mark 5 Alpine which would be the final version offered prior to the acquisition of the company by Chrysler. Our version has a sleek chrome trimmed oval shaped, and horizontal bar center grille, large turn signal lights on either side mounted above the polished bumper and a single headlight on the corner of each front quarter. Original rust-free steel panels come together very nicely with well minded gaps and create the sporty form for the exterior.
Black vinyl covers all the interior surfaces including the simple smooth door panels, and showroom quality bomber style low back curved buckets. Coco mats protect jet black carping underneath and this carpeting floods the entire cabin floors. A beautifully constructed and restored dash which sports an impressive lineup of black faced Jaeger gauges with white numerals and orange pointers is peppered within the faux leather textured dash front. A large steering wheel fronts this dash and appears to have been once covered with a leather lanyard tie wrap that has since been taken off. A padded rimmed open glove box is in front of the passenger. A shout out to the trunk for this well showing sportswear, where a spare tire is wrapped in a black vinyl covering nestled in the forward part of the trunk. The trunk is lined with a near perfect black lining. No rust here folks! Would you believe, all looking good here?!

A forward tip of the hood and it reveals a pristine engine bay which contains our newly built power plant. This is in 1.7 liter 4 cylinder form, is made from a new short block, and a restored top end with new oil and water pumps. It is fed by 2 recently rebuilt sidedraft Stromberg Carburetors. All near perfect black supple hoses and wiring is snaking throughout this engine bay and definitely no corrosion is seen anywhere. On the back is a 4-speed manual transmission. The rear axle weighs in at 3.89 ratio.

$ 13,160.00


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United States, New York, Albany

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