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1926 Sunbeam Tiger
1926 Sunbeam Tiger. A new V12 Sunbeam was built for Henry Segrave in 1925-6. In 1926 he achieved the land speed record of 152.33 mph at Southport. Initially it was called the Ladybird, but was later renamed Sunbeam Tiger.
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- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images