The AC Aceca model was first introduced in 1953 and was produced until 1963 with three different engines. The first units were fitted with a straight-six AC engine. The unit had a capacity of 2 liters and overhead camshafts and was the same than the one used on the previous model, the AC Ace. The 1953 AC Aceca used an ash wood and steel tubing fabrication, which combined with the aluminum engine block and body panels made the car very light. With its large 16 wheels and near 50/50 weight distribution, the AC Aceca had great handling capabilities. Equipment included optional overdrive and leather bucket seats. The AC Aceca was one of the first cars to feature a hatchback, with the Aston Martin DB2/4.
The 1953 AC Aceca was hand-built, which means each car was very unique. Be sure to inquire as much details as possible on the model from the previous owners. Service and maintenance records can provide valuable information and help you take care of your car best. The Beverly Hills Car Club team enjoys an excellent reputation for providing useful tips and advice to their clients and friends. Don’t hesitate to call the team to ask for their help. One recommendation they often share is to make sure you take the car for a test drive and pay attention to mechanical smoothness. If you aren’t an expert in classic AC cars, you might benefit from hiring a professional to help you evaluate the condition of the model. The Beverly Hills Car Club is also a great resource for buying a 1953 AC Aceca as their Los Angeles classic car dealership regularly adds classics to their inventory.
Feel free to browse The Beverly Hills Car Club online inventory and call the friendly staff to find out more about their many services and most recent acquisitions. The representatives will go the extra mile to insure you have an easy and trouble-free purchase.
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