1967 Tiger Mk II
Owner: Jim Sencindiver
Location: Fredericksburg, VA
VIN: B382100451 LRXFE

I found my Tiger in the classifieds of the Washington Post in March 2000. It seems that the previous owner (from Long Island) owed some money to the guy I bought it from in the Washington, DC area. The guy from Long Island could not come up with the money, so he gave the local guy this Tiger to clear his debt. Since the local guy just wanted his money, he put an ad in the paper and I jumped at the opportunity. I don’t think he knew that he had such a rare car.

I’ve always admired these little rockets, but I never thought I would find one, much less be able to afford one. My Tiger needs some cosmetic TLC, but thanks to the Tiger List, the TigersUnited web site, eBay, and the legendary Wally Swift, I’ve assembled the parts needed to turn my Tiger from an eye-catcher into a real beauty. I’ve even managed to get a few LAT parts to make an already spirited ride even more exhilarating! My only problem is that the Tiger is too much fun to drive and I don’t want to take it off line long enough to install the stuff!

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