Sunbeam 1899 - 1937: Sunbeam was a bicycle maker who started car production with the curious Sunbeam-Mabley and adapted Berliet models. During the 1910s and 1920s Sunbeam had some impressive successes in motor sport and record breaking. The company was eventually taken over by the Rootes Group. The make was revived as the Sunbeam-Talbot. Company: Sunbeam Motor Car Company Limited - Villiers Street, Wolverhampton, England Models: 12hp; 16/20hp; 25/30hp; 20hp; 35hp; 12/16hp; 16hp; 14/20hp; 16/20hp; 18/22hp; 30hp; 16/40hp; 24hp; 24/60hp; 24/70hp; 14hp; 14/40hp; 3-litre Super Sports; Long 25hp; (Speed) Twenty; 30/90hp; Twenty-Five; Dawn; Thirty; 16/50hp; 20/60hp; Coachbuilders: Grosvenor People: Thomas Pullinger; Louis Coatalen Most famous car: 3-litre Super Sports (Le Mans 1925; first British twin-ohc car)

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