AC launched the Ace model in 1953 and the car stayed in production for a decade. The model was a success, whether it was the Ace roadster or the Aceca coupe version. Equipped with a 2-liter, straight-six engine, the AC Ace offered 120 hp with the Bristol engine introduced in 1956. Top speed was recorded at 116 mph and 0-to-60 was reached in around 9 seconds. In 1956 the AC Ace also started offering overdrive and front disc brakes on optionlater standardized. With its racing DNA, the AC Ace was a real gear head car with great handling, a light body, satisfying power, and efficient suspension system. The body was only adding to the charm of the roadster, featuring curvy lines and an overall elegant look that resembles Touring’s Ferrari Barchetta designs.
Should you be in the market for a 1958 AC Ace, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to help you find the model you’re looking for. The team has many years of experience dealing with classics of all makes, models, and condition and the friendly staff is always happy to share tips and advice with their clients and friends. One thing the team will tell you is to ensure you inspect the car’s body thoroughly for rust. Check the points of junction between the different pieces of metal especially, as they are particularly prone to rust. On top of their valuable tips and advice, the team might have the perfect model of 1958 AC Ace for you in their inventory. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a large collection of classics and the experts are known for their great offers and excellent service.
Come visit the Los Angeles classic car dealership today and find out more about their models of 1958 AC Ace for sale. Should your dream classic not be in their inventory, the team will help you find it. The staff is in contact with buyers and sellers worldwide and they’ll go the extra mile to ensure you have a great purchase experience.
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