1967 Sunbeam Alpine, Series V

1967 Sunbeam Alpine, Series V
Vehicle Description

1967 Sunbeam Alpine Series V

I'm selling my modified 1967 Sunbeam Alpine, the front valance area is custom and unique to this car, it's running a Chevy 2-wire alternator, a jeep z-bar instead of the stock hydraulic clutch set-up, an Oldsmobile 455 HEI distributor, a Holley 2-barrel carburetor, and a stock Alpine 4-speed manual transmission with a Snooker ball shifter. I bought this car in 2011, got it running, drove it for a couple years, then a year ago I painted it, and installed a rebuilt 1600cc engine (from a '64 Alpine). It's a fun little car that runs and drives, and it's got a clear title in my name. Everything works except the horn, the radio, and the tachometer (wildly inaccurate because of the Olds V8 HEI distributor), and you have to push down on the driver's side glass with one hand while you roll it down with the other, because it came unglued from the window regulator channel, but I didn't care much, because I was only driving it on nice days with the top off and windows down. Also, the ignition switch wasn't energizing the the HEI, so I installed a toggle switch, mounted just left of the aftermarket water temp gauge. It has a removable fiberglass hardtop only, and no soft top. It's always been garage kept since I've owned it, and it's not rusty.

Thanks for looking! Here's one fun video of the car, and one boring video of the car:
Vehicle Details
  • VIN: B395013280
  • Item location: Sumter, South Carolina, United States
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 65918
  • Make: Sunbeam
  • Model: Alpine Series V
  • Color: Red
  • Type: Convertible
  • Engine: 1600cc
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: --
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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