Thanks to Jose Luis Rubio for sending in this lovely Sunbeam Vogue.
1967 Sunbeam Alpine Series V of Arnoud Venema, The Netherlands.
Photos: Arnoud Venema
Arnoud has also sent me a photo of some Humbers at the 1997 European Rootes Meeting.
Sunbeam Alpine Series II of John van Ewijk, The Netherlands.
Photo: Arnoud Venema
1977 Sunbeam 1300 Super (similar to a Hillman Avenger) of Alex Miljkovic, Serbia.
Alex also has a 1979 Simca 1308 GLS. Photos: Alex Miljkovic
Photo: Mark Ballard
“Strasbourg” Sunbeam, the 1922 Grand Prix car (2 litre, 4 cylinder, twin overhead camshafts, 4 valves per cylinder, 88bhp@4200rpm).
left to right
– a Sunbeam 3 litre Super Sports “Twin Cam”
– 1922 Tourist Trophy Sunbeam
– 1924 Grand Prix Sunbeam – aka Sunbeam Cub (supercharged, 2-litre, 6-cylinder, twin overhead camshafts, 146bhp@5000rpm)
Photos: Mark Ballard
Chassis of the 1924 Grand Prix Sunbeam.
1926 Sunbeam Tiger Land Speed Record car (supercharged, 4 litre, V12 cylinder, 2 overhead camshafts per bank, 306bhp@5300rpm). Photos: Mark Ballard
1914 Tourist Trophy Sunbeams: (4 cylinders, 3.3 litres, 4 valves per cylinder, twin overhead camshafts, 94bhp@3000rpm). The only one with its original colour is the purple one, as this was the British racing colour for the 1914 TT. Photos: Mark Ballard
Mike Scott’s replica police Imp is an occasional exhibit at the Grampian Transport Museum (see previous post), but wasn’t on display at the time of my visit.