The Sunbeam Alpine Tiger Cabriolet 1964 is a classic convertible with ubiquitous British roadster charm. Its long hood and upright grill give it a classic look of a traditional roadster. It was built with a muscular body, making it appear low to the ground and heavy for its size. The standard features included a folding top, front-opening hood, and a grille with three color-coordinated bars. With a bright chrome finish, the vehicle had a sleek and sporty appearance. The vehicle's interior was finished with leather, cloth, and plastic trim that highlighted its luxurious seating and steering wheel. The rear mesh-style seats and door panels added to its modern styling while giving increased comfort inside. The dashboard was painted to match the striking exterior and includes a full array of gauges. The Alpine Tiger Cabriolet could reach up to 110 mph and came with a standard four-speed manual transmission for a powerful driving experience. The vehicle came in a variety of hues these include sienna, opal and teal blue. The custom alloy wheels complemented by chrome bumpers, side exhaust pipes and bonnet stone guards give the car a truly unique and memorable look. For a 1964 vehicle, the Sunbeam Alpine Tiger Cabriolet delivered superior performance and style for discerning drivers of the time. Those who owned it could enjoy a day of thrilling performance and a luxurious feel at the wheel. This classic car will always be remembered as one of the most iconic convertibles of its time.
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