The Sunbeam Alpine Mk I Roadster 1960 is a classic British vehicle, renowned for its attractive body style and its performance on the open road. This iconic model combines timeless vintage appeal with a reliable driving experience and stands out from the classic cars of its era. The roadster body is curved and sleek, making this car an eye-catching sight on trips around the countryside. Its two-door design is trimmed with chrome fixtures and its bright yellow paint job cement its timeless style. The vehicles long, flat hood is accented by two deep front grilles and an intricate chrome strip running up the side. The low-slung front bumper and round headlights give the car a sporty and aggressive look, while the iconic Sunbeam badges make this classic car instantly recognizable. The interior of the Sunbeam Alpine is just as impressive. The bright red leather adds a touch of sophistication, while the walnut veneer dashboard provides a classic feel. Although modern car features are absent, the Alpine has a period-correct four-speed manual transmission and drum brakes all around. Under the hood, the Alpine is powered by an overhead-valve, four-cylinder engine. Despite having only 1,592cc of displacement, the engine generates a healthy 94-horsepower. This allows the Alpine to reach speeds of up to 93 miles per hour, while also maintaining great fuel economy. The Sunbeam Alpine Mk I Roadster 1960 is an exceptional classic car with a timeless aesthetic. Combining striking design with impressive performance, the Sunbeam Alpine is a must-have addition to any classic car collection.
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