The AC Ace was introduced in 1953 to revamp the languishing AC sales and the model was a success. This roadster sports car was based on a racecar and built using a simple chassis with large diameter tubes. The suspension was independent all around and used wishbone with transverse leaf spring. The engine was an evolution of the previously used 2-liter, straight-six unit and was linked to a Moss gearbox. With its light chassis and efficient engine, the car would reach a top speed over 100 mph, which made it quite popular at the time. The body style of the AC Ace was most definitely one of the car’s best features, combining curved lines and elegant design. Along with the AC Ace roadster, the British manufacturer introduced a coupe version named the Aceca in late 1954.
If you’re interested in a 1954 AC Ace, you might already know a lot about the model. An interesting fact about the AC Ace is that all the models were hand built and the factory would produce up to five cars a week when both the Ace and Aceca models were established. The Beverly Hills Car Club team has many years of experience dealing with classics of all makes, models and conditions and the knowledgeable staff can share many useful tips and advice with you to help with your research and purchase. For one, the experts will tell you it’s always best to purchase the model in the best possible condition if you’re looking at multiple examples. Service can be very onerous on those classics and getting a model in a better condition can end up saving you some time, trouble, and money down the road. The Beverly Hills Car Club also has a large inventory of classic cars for sale and the team is known for their good deals and excellent service.
Come visit The Beverly Hills Car Club showroom in Los Angeles or call the friendly classic car experts anytime to find out about the current models of classic ACs available for sale. Your dream 1954 AC Ace might be in the inventory waiting for you!
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