SUNBEAM, SUNBEAM-TALBOT (England) 1899-1976
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Sunbeam was a marque registered by John Marston Co. Ltd of Wolverhampton, England, in 1888.

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Sunbeam logo.

The company first made bicycles, then motorcycles and cars from the late 19th century until about 1936, and applied the marque to all three forms of transportation.

The company also manufactured 647 aircraft during the Second World War. A Sunbeam was the first British car to win a Grand Prix race, and set a number of land speed records.

The company went into receivership in 1935 and was purchased by the Rootes Group, which continued to use the Sunbeam marque.

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Sunbeam Talbot emblem.

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Sunbeam logo.

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Sunbeam logo.

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Sunbeam Talbot emblem.

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Sunbeam "The Supreme Car" banner.

Sunbeam posters   
Sunbeam Tiger : 1966   Sunbeam built 7,085 Tigers.
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The Sunbeam Talbot Darracq Register   Based in England.
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