Adorable and fun!
This 1964 Sunbeam Tiger GT reportedly was discovered in a garage in Palo Alto, California in the 1990s by Tiger historian Norman Miller, who verified it as a genuine GT car built by the Rootes Group in August 1964. The car was then purchased by a collector who refurbished it in the early 2000s with a rebuild of the numbers-matching 260ci V8, a bare-metal repaint in black, a new interior, and more as described below. The car spent time with another owner in Hawaii before returning to California in 2015 and being offered on BaT in November 2017. Service by the most recent owner has included the replacement of the clutch, clutch master and slave cylinders, generator, voltage regulator, spark plugs, wiring harness, and brake booster. This Tiger GT is now offered at no reserve by the selling dealer with a Certificate of Disclosure by Norman Miller, owner's manual, matching hardtop, service records, and a clean California title.