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Sunbeam Alpine Series V -
81,000 miles, and professionally maintained. Home garaged by current owner of 14 years. Mot until July 2108; no advisories. Two previous owners; the last one for 26 years (a garage mechanic), and the first owner is in the original log book.
Unmodified, apart from indicator flashers, stainless steel exhaust, new boot lock and electric fan. Original interior, including rubber matting; the driver’s side ideally needs replacing, as does the gearbox cover carpet. Alternatively, replace foot-
Comes with a selection of spares and catalogue, original and newer tonneau covers, plus indoor and outdoor car covers. Also available are, workshop and owners’ manuals, and some members’ club magazines.
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Peter Ray -
Sunbeam Alpine Series V, 1967
A fine example of this handsome 1960s sport car. Current owner 10 years. Restored in 1990 with a further body restoration just three years ago in 2015, when it was repainted and a new carpet set fitted.
The car was converted to a soft top some years ago but has a Honeybourne Mouldings black fibreglass hardtop in the correct style for the car as well as the attractive blue hood.
The engine has been overhauled, with a new clutch, alternator & brake servo, electronic ignition and a lot more, including being fitted with a Brantz rally trip meter but note the car has never been rallied. The Brantz was fitted by me just for fun on run-
I have an extensive restoration file going back nearly 30 years including a photo restoration record, both of the earlier rebuild and the more recent one. These can be viewed on inspection. The car is in good shape and runs well so is ready for use by a new owner for events here or abroad. I have taken it to France four times.
Call or email me for a PDF pictures file and a more detailed history & maintenance & restoration profile.
Featured in ‘Let’s Talk’ magazine, summer 2018. See article HERE
South Norfolk, UK.