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Discussion in 'Shelby Limited Editions' started by rshelby, Sep 1, 2006.
I know a few of you guys have Tigers.
Who's got one? Tell us and show us a photo.
What happend to the late Don Adamns Tiger?
Would you believe 200 angry bikers came and took it away??
Currently, I have a couple Tigers - a Mk I and Mk II.
The Mk I was for the most part restored to stock form, but was originally Moonstone (white) in color - I plan to repaint car to its original white color.
The Mk II has several LAT options such as the wheels, traction bars, and intake manifold. Engine has been modified - lots of power and a blast to drive.
Thanks for the interest. Dan
This is our 1966 Rootes Sunbeam Tiger Mk1A. "Mildly" modified from stock, it is street driven as often as possible. We do take it on track occationally. In the mid 1980's Barry Schonberger raced this Tiger to several SCCA SOLO II regional and national championships! Barry now races a tube frame Tiger in the SCCA GT2 class.
I have 2.5 Tigers. 67 Mark1A, 66 Mark1A (vintage racer) and a 66 Mark1A parts car. I almost forgot a 66 Alpine parts car (crash parts for vintage racer). The race car was raced in Florida and Maryland between the late 60s and early 80s. I want to bring it back to its original glory.
Also, thanks for adding the Tiger forum..
Here are some pictures of my two Tigers. I also have an Alpine that I plan on fixing up for street and track duty. Here is my site
jfrails - Pictures certainly tell the story of a clean restoration. Nice silver Tiger.
Yes, the silver Tiger took almosy a year to complete and has also been TAC'd by TE/AE inspectors. The blue racer is one of Dale A's creations.
Have to dig up some pictures. I have three Tigers. Here's some videos I've uploaded to youtube that Tiger people might enjoy.
YouTube - Hollywood Sports cars Sunbeam Tiger
I have owned a 1966 Right Hand Drive Tiger since 1988, I am the 5th owner it has spent most of it life overseas, around Edinburg, all the previous owners were either Royal Air Force or Navy and all kept excellent records of the car I have full documentation of this car back to its original owner, the car is midnight -blue,it has the tonnuea cover and the lift-off hardtop, I also own 3 Alpines all 1966's The RHD was kind of odd for Snakeman to drive for a while.
Just found a nice 1967 MKII Tiger with matching correct numbers and 85,000 original miles. Engine never out of it to my knowledge. Pretty nice example. Tried to post pics but no luck. Gladly email shots to someone who is more computer savvy than myself to post.
I just posted some pictures of my 67 MKII and also sent them to member's gallery.