The AC Ace was introduced in 1953 and produced until 1963 with many upgrades along the way. The model was based on a racecar and based on a light chassis constructed using a simple tubular frame. Suspension was independent all around and the model offered a very sleek driving experience with great handling. An AC 2-liter overhead cam straight-six engine with 100 hp initially powered the AC Ace. In 1956, a new Bristol engine came out, adding 20 hp to the Ace and enabling a top speed of 116 mph with a 0-to-60 acceleration in the 9 seconds. Power was transmitted to the wheels via a four-speed gearbox with overdrive. Along the gorgeous roaster Ace was the coupe version, named the Aceca.
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