A car that covers so many markets only comes around so often. That is what we have in this rare 1967 Sunbeam Tiger MK1A. This particular Tiger sat in storage for 30 years before going through a 4 year restoration. Powered by a Ford 260 Cu In V8 and backed by a 4 speed manual transmission. The red exterior is in excellent condition. The black convertible top is in excellent condition. The black leather interior is also in very good condition. This Tiger is very sound mechanically. It runs and drives just as a 1967 Sunbeam Tiger should. The Sunbeam Tiger was produced from 1964 through 1967. There was only just over 7000 examples produced during that time frame. The Ford drive trains were used because of the direction provided from Carroll Shelby. Most of the examples were the MK1A powered by the Ford 260 V8, with only 600 MK2 powered by the Ford 289 V8. You will see the Chrysler emblem on the front right fender of this very nice and correct 1967 Sunbeam Tiger,, which is there due to Sunbeam being owned by Chrysler during its last year of production for the Tiger. Here is an opportunity to own a rare original piece of automotive history.