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1971 Sunbeam 1250 TC

1971 Sunbeam 1250 TC in La orca, Movie, 1976 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Made for: I

1971 Sunbeam 1250 TC

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


carobserver MX

2011-01-22 17:08


being outside UK, should be a Sumbeam Avenger, 1971-76

dsl SX

2011-01-22 17:54


Agreed. Early model, possibly GL.

electra225 IT

2011-01-22 18:09


In Italy it was called as Sunbeam 1250 TC, I'm pretty sure !!!

dsl SX

2011-01-23 00:24


Was there a 1500 version sold in Italy as well?? This has enough chrome for UK-spec 1500-only GL.

B°-Viks NO

2011-01-23 00:41


carobserver wrote being outside UK, should be a Sumbeam Avenger, 1971-76

In Norway they where usualy sold as Sunbeam 1250, 1500 or 1600 if there is sold any Sunbeam Avenger they must be extremely rare I have never seen one in Norway. And Sumbeam Avenger Im 100% certain is never sold here.

dsl SX

2011-01-23 01:27


Sunbeam Avenger was used alongside all the other names (eg http://www.rootes-chrysler.co.uk/Avenger/avenger-euro.html ). I would really love to see a confirmed list of all the names used for the Avenger, cross-linked to different markets and dates of usage. Was there for instance ever a Sunbeam 1300 - logically there should have been? Also in terms of imcdb entries, with Iranian and South American production as Dodge and VW, plus Plymouth Cricket and Hillman/Sunbeam/Chrysler/Talbot branding, is it worth thinking about linking them all together under the [B-car] code which was the Rootes/Chrysler internal name?

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