This interesting example of a LHD Alpine finished in white with with an unusual red and cream trim is sitting on wire wheels and is a very solid example. This car would be an easy restoration job and the hood looks in reasonably good condition. The car is in running order.
The Sunbeam Alpine was a two-seater sports roadster initially developed by Sunbeam-Talbot dealer George Hartwell in Bournemouth as a one-off rally car. The Alpine was subject a complete redesign in 1956, with the goal of producing a dedicated sports car aimed principally at the US market then was produced in four subsequent revisions through to 1968. The final version had a new five-bearing 1725 cc engine with twin Zenith-Stromberg semi-downdraught carburettors producing 93 bhp. 19,122 were made.
- Condition: 3/4 Estimated sale price: To follow
- Reg number: 33670
- Date of registration: 1967
- Mileage: – (not warranted)
- MOT: None