Sunbeam 1969

Imp Sport
Stiletto
Rapier
Alpine - October

Great Britain

Sunbeam Vogue are also available in continental Europe where the Singer name was not as well known.
Sunbeam Arrow - Export variant of the Hillman Hunter. This model appears to have taken a variety of forms. For the US market, it initally appeared in 1967 as a rebadged Hillman Hunter. For 1968, a station wagon appeared, derived from the Hunter estate car. For 1969-70, it was basically a Singer Gazelle, but with the 1725cc engine and a Minx grille. In October a third Rapier variant, was introduced. The fastback Alpine is a de-tuned model intended to slot in under the Rapier in the Sunbeam range. It has a single Stromberg 150CD carburettor and less luxurious trim. All Sunbeam Rapier sold in North America were badged as Alpines - the Alpine Coupé being the North American equivalent to the Alpine, and the Alpine GT being equivalent to the Rapier.
 

Imp Sport and Stiletto

Imp Sport (875 cc, 51 bhp)
 Saloon
Stiletto (875 cc, 51 bhp)
 Coupé


Od lewej: Sunbeam Stiletto, Sunbeam Imp Sport and Singer Chamois Sport.

Imp Sport

Stiletto
 

Rapier and Alpine

Rapier (1725 cc, 79 bhp)
Rapier H120 (1725 cc, 105 bhp)
Alpine (1725 cc, 72 bhp) - new
 Coupé


Rapier H 120

Rapier H 120

Rapier H 120

Rapier

Alpine

Last year in the USA.