The absolute star of the trio is a 1966 Sunbeam Tiger. In the cabin, it has the meaty growl of a muscle car, but outside it has a little of the raspiness of period European cars. Abrahams says its mostly original except for its Ford 289-cubic-inch (4.7-liter) V8 with Shelby parts, producing around 273 horsepower. He says it's a bit difficult to maintain and hard to keep cool, but when you hear it, you know the trouble is worth it.
Next up, is Abrahams' 1965 MGB that is a bit of a monster in its own right. It lacks the Tiger's oomph under the hood, but it's loud enough to blow out Petrolicious' microphone. It's still a very cool little roadster.
Finally, there is a 1967 Volvo Amazon 123GT, Abrahams' daily driver, that might secretly be the best of the lot. While it probably wouldn't win a race with its two siblings in Abrahams' garage, it's the most livable and still sounds absolutely amazing. At full chat, it's like a hive of angry hornets live under the hood.
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