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1958 thru 1963 Sunbeam Rapier II & Rapier III Roadster
1958 through 1963 Models
Rapier II Roadster
Rapier III Roadster
1959 thru 1961 Sunbeam Alpine Series I Sport Roadster
1959 through 1961 Models
Alpine Series I Sport Roadster
1961 thru 1964 Sunbeam Alpine Series II Sport Roadster
1961 through 1964 Models
Alpine Series II Sport Roadster
1963 thru 1965 Sunbeam Alpine III, Alpine IV & Tiger Sport Roadster
1963 through 1965 Models
Alpine III Roadster
Alpine IV Roadster
Tiger Sport Roadster
1965 thru 1968 Sunbeam Alpine Series V, Alpine 1725, Tiger & Tiger II Sport Roadster
1965 through 1968 Models
Tiger Sport Roadster
Alpine Series V Roadster
Alpine 1725 Roadster
Tiger II Sport Roadster

This British car company traces its heritage back to a bicycle manufacturing business formed in the 19th century. Some of the earliest Sunbeam soft top models were successful racing cars which set records in the 1920s and 1930s.

The Sunbeam Alpine convertible top was a two-seater roadster developed after the company's partnership with Talbot. The Sunbeam Alpine soft top became one of the company's top sellers, a popular sports car that won the Monte Carlo Rally among others. The Alpine was later complemented by the Sunbeam Rapier convertible top, which was essentially an upgraded Hillman Minx.

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