The AC Aceca came out in 1954, as a coupe model based on the Ace roadster model. The car used a simple frame with large-diameter tubes and a welded aluminum skin, similar to the construction techniques from Touring’s superleggera. Some design cues of the Aceca were the curved windshield and hinged rear door. Some improvements were made over the years, including the addition of front disc brakes in 1956 and a new Bristol engine offering 120 hp. Based on a BMW 328 engine design, the new unit had three downdraft carburetors. The AC Aceca was produced until 1962 and was then replaced by the famous AC Cobra.
In the market for a 1957 AC Aceca? Finding the right car can be tricky. AC was a small brand in the 1950s and although the model was popular, production was by hand, which limited the number of cars manufactured. If you already found a model you like, it’s important to check the service and maintenance records and have an expert look for potential crash damages. As the AC Aceca was a popular car for motorsports, some models have been used and abused. Be sure to ask detailed questions to the buyer to understand the history of ownership of the classic. The Beverly Hills Car Club owns a large collection of classic cars for sale. Don’t hesitate to call the team or stop by the Los Angeles showroom anytime to check out the current inventory. The Beverly Hills Car Club is known for providing their clients and friends with useful tips and advice as well as excellent service.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team should you need help with the research and purchase of your 1957 AC Aceca. The team will give you all the information you need and help you find a model that fits your needs and budget. Connect today to get started! The team is looking forward to working with you soon.
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