If you have been looking for Sunbeam content on Drivetribe, the new motoring-based social media platform, there is a Sunbeam Tribe. Click on the image below.
I’ve been having a bit of a tidy up of my club directory over the last week.
I’ve deleted the following clubs from the list because I’ve heard nothing from them nor seen any reference to them in a long, long time. If they do still exist please let me know and I’ll gladly put their details back up.
Canadian Association Of Tigers
Ontario Tiger Owners’ Association
Midwest Tiger Owners’ Association
Sunbeam Tiger/Alpine Association – Chicago
Sunbeam Tiger Owners-Pacific
I’ve just come across this site which might be of interest if you like Sceptres.
Things have been a bit quiet here as I’ve been away for a few weeks in Austria. Unfortunately I wasn’t in a position to contact any local Rootes enthusiasts. I did keep an eye out though and spotted a green Avenger on the outskirts of Vienna which appeared to be in excellent condition.
There are also a pair of Imps in a car museum at Aspang. The batteries in my digital camera died in the museum, but luckily I had my “analogue” camera as backup. Provided the pics turn out okay I’ll add them to my Museums section.
I was amazed at the variety of cars on Austria’s roads. I’d be hard pressed to name a current make of car that isn’t available there – European, American, Japanese and Korean brands – they all seem to have some sort of presence.
I’ve been very much enjoying working my way through the Rootes-Chrysler.co.uk
site over the last few weeks. Keith Adams has done a sterling job. Well worth a look!
I thought I’d set up a blog on the site as a bit of an experiment. Could be handy for noting down any Sunbeam-related things that are rattling around in my head. I don’t know how diligent I’ll be with new postings, but I’ll do my best!