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    • #58253

      But apparently this Alpine lives there :mrgreen:
      Ever since Sandra started talking about doing a "study abroad" program in Spain, I keep thinking about that old 3-Dog Night song (actually written by Hoyt Axton, I recently discovered).
      In any case, Sandra has been in Spain since mid-August, thoroughly enjoying the experience. Earlier this week she reported spotting this familiar piece while checking out an auto Museum in Salamanaca that she stumbled upon:

      OK Alpine eagle-eyes… which Series is that one?

    • #65940
      Bob and Jean Webb
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      series 3

    • #65941

      I suspected a 2 or 3, but wasn’t sure.Thanks.
      Are there any obvious differences vs a USA-spec version?
      I was very proud that #1 she went into the Museum at all, and #2 that she recognized a Sunbeam and knew to send us the photo!

    • #65942
      Bob and Jean Webb
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      mark,
      the series 3 had the larger bumper over riders, same grill as series 1/2, small single front directional /parking lights and the large rear fins. it also had the door wing windows and windshield like the series 4/5 and tigers.

    • #65948

      Possibly one of the Italian build Alpines from Touring? Then it would have the Touring Superleggera logo on the trunklid. Robert

    • #65951
      quote jaars:

      Possibly one of the Italian build Alpines from Touring? Then it would have the Touring Superleggera logo on the trunklid. Robert

      I sent an email asking if she has a picture from the back?

    • #65952
      quote 65beam:

      the series 3 had …

      Thanks.
      Now I see that the sign says "Sunbeam Alpine MkIII" (same spelling as/or in English) 🙄

    • #65954
      quote Mark1A:

      I sent an email asking if she has a picture from the back?

      Sandra replied that she did not take any other photos… thus we are left to conjecture?

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