CKD South African built Sunbeam Tiger

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Jason
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Location: Sin City, USA

Re: CKD South African built Sunbeam Tiger

Post by Jason » Sun 02 Feb 2020, 18:55

ZA Perana wrote:
Sun 19 Jan 2020, 15:04
crk wrote:
Sat 18 Jan 2020, 18:40
Hi Paul tried to have another look today, am struggling ,need to put it on a ramp, will do that in spring when no salt on the roads, will let you know how I get on Colin
Am actually amazed a 302 fits into a Tiger. As Paul said in some instances the traffic department would assign engine numbers. Would the engine number not be on your vehicle registration papers?
That’s a 302W not the 302C. The 302W is identical in size to the 260 and 289. So it’s a drop in extra 42ci.

Jason
Posts: 225
Joined: Sun 20 Apr 2008, 01:52
Location: Sin City, USA

Re: CKD South African built Sunbeam Tiger

Post by Jason » Sun 02 Feb 2020, 18:56

ZA Perana wrote:
Sun 19 Jan 2020, 15:04
crk wrote:
Sat 18 Jan 2020, 18:40
Hi Paul tried to have another look today, am struggling ,need to put it on a ramp, will do that in spring when no salt on the roads, will let you know how I get on Colin
Am actually amazed a 302 fits into a Tiger. As Paul said in some instances the traffic department would assign engine numbers. Would the engine number not be on your vehicle registration papers?
That’s a 302W not the 302C. The 302W is identical in size to the 260 and 289. So it’s a drop in extra 42ci.

crk
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Joined: Wed 15 Jan 2020, 11:06

Re: CKD South African built Sunbeam Tiger

Post by crk » Sun 02 Feb 2020, 20:02

am trying to find the engine number, have found casting number behind starter motor

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