1968 series five with all the standard GT extras, wood rim steering wheel dashboard, hard top ect, finished in forest green with wire wheels, overdrive on 3ed and 4th gears, Fitted with stainless steel exhaust.
I have owned and enjoyed the car for thirteen years and in this time I have collected a substantial amount of spares which includes three engines one of which is a Re built Holbay H120 with alloy sump to which I have another included in the spares package, also a pair of new twin 40 Webber carburettors and manifold.
I am the third owner of the car purchasing it from a close friend who acquired it from its first owner Peter Monkford (chairman East Sussex Sunbeam Owners Club) who was asked in 1999 if the car could feature in Classics Magazine “which was published in the June addition of that year” two copies come with car.
The car underwent a traditional bare metal respray several years ago and has since sat in dry store, easy finish rolling protect just engine,trim and lights to fit looking for enthusiastic new owner to finish and enjoy.
may consider part exchange something interesting, motor cycle, military vehicle, micro cars. Lots more photos on request.
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