The Sunbeam Tiger was a performance focused roadster based on the Sunbeam Alpine. Introduced in 1964, the first generation of Tiger was known as the Mk I. These rear wheel drive roadsters were designed in part by Carroll Shelby, and followed the small block V8 engine lightweight roadster formula that made the Shelby Cobra such a success. As the Mk I was based on the Alpine, when Sunbeam introduced the Series V Apline, the Tiger received updated bodywork, leading enthusiasts to refer to these cars as Mk IA. The Mk I Tiger was fitted with a 4.3L (260 cu in) Ford V8 engine producing 164bhp. A total of 6545 production examples of the Mk I were produced until 1967, when Sunbeam introduced the short lived Tiger Mk II.
Q: What was the most expensive Sunbeam Tiger - Mk I ever sold?
A: The top sale price was $151,200 for a 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mk I on March 09 2019.
Q: What is the lowest sale price of a Sunbeam Tiger - Mk I?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $7,000 for a 1967 Sunbeam Tiger Mk I Project on September 18 2020.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Sunbeam Tiger - Mk I?
A: The average price of a Sunbeam Tiger - Mk I is $64,832.
Q: How many Sunbeam Tiger - Mk Is were produced?
A: 6545 Sunbeam Tiger - Mk Is were produced in total.
Q: When was the Sunbeam Tiger - Mk I produced?
A: The Sunbeam Tiger - Mk I was sold for model years 1964 to 1967.