Launched in 1954 at Earls Court Motor Show, the AC Aceca was a light grand tourer coupe built on a simple chassis with large tubes. Powered by an AC, 2-liter, OHC engine, the AC Aceca could deliver up to 90 hp. The model was quite successful and 328 units were made during the production run, before a larger four-seat model came out: the AC Greyhound. The Aceca featured a new aluminum body and was only slightly heavier than the convertible AC Ace model. With better aerodynamics and the 2-liter, 90-hp engine, the AC Aceca could reach a satisfying top speed over 100 mph. The AC Aceca was fitted with transverse-leaf-spring independent suspension all around. The 1955 AC Aceca was a comfortable and high-end GT and is now a rare and desirable classic.
AC Aceca are popular in today’s historic racing events, often competing with Morgan cars of the era. They gained a good reputation and the factory was building up to 5 models per week, by hand during the production run. If you’re looking for a 1955 AC Aceca, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to help. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large fleet of classics for sale. Browse the online inventory to look for a 1955 AC Aceca and if you can’t see what you’re looking for, call the team. Thanks to many years of experience selling and buying classics, the experts have contacts worldwide and know about recent sales and availabilities. One tip when looking at a 1955 AC Aceca is to make sure you’re aware of eventual crash damage in the car’s history and examine the repairs.
Should you need extra advice on how to evaluate a 1955 AC Aceca accurately, The Beverly Hills Car Club team is at your disposal. They welcome you at their Los Angeles classic car dealership anytime and will provide you with excellent service to ensure you have an enjoyable purchase experience.
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