Introduced in 1954, the AC Aceca was born from the transformation of the AC Ace into a coupe grand tourer. First powered by a 2-liter AC engine, the model was fitted with a new Bristol unit from 1956. Renamed the AC Aceca-Bristol, the British coupe featured a six-cylinder, 2-liter engine that could produce 125 hp. Linked to a four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive, the car was smooth and efficient. The 1958 AC Aceca featured advanced equipment including front disc and rear drum hydraulic brakes, as well as all-around independent suspension with transverse semi-elliptic leaf springs. Inside, the car was more comfortable and refined than its predecessor.
Only 169 units of the AC Aceca-Bristol were manufactured and the model is pretty rare nowadays. Should you be on the look for a special unit, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to help. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, buying and selling classics of all makes, models and conditions, the team has acquired valuable knowledge and expertise of the market and different cars. The friendly staff is always happy to share some tips and advice with classic car buyers. One recommendation when looking at a 1958 AC Aceca is to make sure you investigate the car’s history. Popular in racing, many AC Aceca models have been damaged during crashes. In addition to their tips, The Beverly Hills Car Club is also known for providing excellent service to their clients. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large collection of classics for sale and the team encourages you to inquire about the latest additions.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is ready to assist you with the research and purchase of your future 1958 AC Aceca. Come visit their showroom anytime and if you’re not near Los Angeles, call the team to find out about their services outside of the state. Connect soon to get started!
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