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1962 sunbeam 2

Discussion in '"Stock" Alpine' started by thomas thompson, Jan 19, 2017.

  1. thomas thompson

    thomas thompson Donation Time

    is anyone near Binghamton ny who owns a 62. I an currently restoring
    one would like to take some pictures, under dash etc.
  2. Tom H

    Tom H Platinum Level Sponsor

    Thomas, I hope you get a good response. But as an interim solution, perhaps this photo gallery by Mike Hardman will help:


    All the photos are Series V, but there is a lot of similarity to Series II. And many others here on the forum can probably help with specific questions.

    And be sure to check out the "Parts manual" with many drawings here:
    http://www.sunbeamalpine.org/downloads/Alpine parts manual SI-SV searchable.pdf

    And the complete Workshop Manual (WSM124) is also on this site under "Tech Data" tab on the home page.

    Last edited: Jan 19, 2017
  3. Paul A

    Paul A Alpine Registry Curator Platinum Level Sponsor

    Hi Tom

    The bracket for the wiper motor on Series I & II is shown on page 238 of the workshop manual. (Tom H provided a link to download the complete manual in his response.) If you scroll down to page 238 it will show the part.

    Your challenge in mounting your wiper motor may be because your motor is fitted with the later series bracket as shown on page 239

    later, Pete
  4. JonPiz

    JonPiz Donation Time

  5. Tom H

    Tom H Platinum Level Sponsor

    I just posted a request under the "How do I?" section of the Forum, to put these photos or links in an easy-to-access location on this site. These two sets of resto pics are priceless. Are there more out there?


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