Difference between Sunbeam Tiger Mark I and II

Asked by Aug 22, 2008 at 03:09 PM about the 1965 Sunbeam Tiger

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What is the difference between a Sunbeam Tiger Mark II and Mark I

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Check out www.tigersunited.com for this info.


engine, front grill, hood, body style (only small diffrences in certain places), types interior gauges, little things like that. depends on the car and year.

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some mark 2 cars has lat hoods. some had drop spindles. if you are really curious read the book of norm or ask your local sunbeam expert. they should be able to tell just by a few pictures or with in a few seconds of seeing the cars.

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