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Chrysler (Europe) Sunbeam

Overview

Produced: 1977-1979, 104547 produced. (UK production)
Types: Hatchback,3 doors,4 seats
1973 Sunbeam
The Chrysler Sunbeam is a small supermini 3-door hatchback manufactured by Chrysler Europe at the former Rootes Group factory in Linwood in Scotland. The Sunbeam's development was funded by a British government grant with the aim to keep the Linwood plant running, and the small car was based on the larger Hillman Avenger also manufactured there. After the takeover of Chrysler's European operations by PSA, the model was renamed Talbot Sunbeam and continued in production for some time. A Talbot Sunbeam Lotus version was successful in rallying and won the World Rally Championship Manufacturers' title for Talbot in 1981.
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Engines

CapacityConfigModelBore/StrokeCR
1295ccS4 OHV0mm x 0mm0
1598ccS4 OHV0mm x 0mm0
928ccS4 OHC0mm x 0mm0

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