After Rootes took over the Sunbeam concern in 1935 the cars became essentially versions of the Hillman Minx and Humber Snipe and from 1938 were known as Sunbeam-Talbots's.
After the war the pre-war 10 and two-litre models were reintroduced and continued in production until 1948 when they were restyled and named the 80 and 90. In 1950 the 80 was discontinued and in 1952 the MkIIA was the last model to be sold as a Sunbeam-Talbot as in 1953 all cars became Sunbeams.
The Hillman Minx Californian body was used in 1955 to produce the Tiger MK II series. The Tiger MK II development was similar to that of the Minx.
The Alpine name was reintroduced in 1959 as a sports car. This was the Hillman Husky with Tiger MK II mechanical components in a sports body shell.
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