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Key Information

Lot number
19
Sale Price
£6,160
Make & Model
Tiger Super Six
Registration
Q823BCH
Year
2000
Colour
Engine Size
2,000 cc
Chassis No.
SA96GDMSUXB061514
Engine No.
PBBE
Documents
V5C, MOT June 2022, 9 old MOT's, Photographs, few Invoices.

Full Description

2000 Tiger Super Six

No Reserve

Nicely built and prepared; MOT June 2022; weather equipment; just 8,300 miles since build; twin 40s; driven to us and ready to go

Wisbeach-based Tiger Sports Cars have been around since 1989, offering a seven-strong range of road and race cars which enjoy a near fanatical following among their ever-growing throng of customers.

With plenty of opportunity to race, track-day, holiday or simply drive to the pub, one of their most popular models has been the ‘Super Six’.

Available as either a self-build, part-build or a fully completed car, they loosely mimic the iconic Lotus 7. This example was built and registered between 1999 and 2000 – a full photographic record of the build sequence from chassis delivery to SVA test being on file.

It was built with a rebuilt 2.0-litre Pinto engine with twin DCOE 40s (genuine) and a high-lift cam mated to a five-speed type 9 gearbox. We are told it develops in the region of 130bhp so it should be both quick and reliable…

Since completion, some 8,300 miles have been covered and the car remains in exactly the same spec and finish as it was when first built.

The car has just had a service, including oils, filter, a new battery and a new cambelt. It is MOT’d until mid June 2022 with no advisories recorded and comes with full wet weather gear too.

There are plenty of invoices on file, which also includes the build photographs, SVA details and a very comprehensive build manual which details all of the components used. There are also 10 old MOTs.

The vendor advises that it needs a couple of prods on the accelerator to start from cold, but once warm pulls strongly in the gears with no hesitation or flat-spots. He adds that it is very docile in traffic and the suspension is particularly compliant so it is comfortable and a pleasure to drive, yet goes round corners as if on rails thanks to the Spax adjustable suspension.

Its previous owner, a trained mechanic owned the Tiger for 11 years, looking after the car carefully over the period.

Easy to drive and live with, cheap to run and huge fun, it is on offer at No Reserve so the highest bidder on the day will be its lucky new owner. What’s not to like??

For more information – contact matthew.parkin@brightwells.com