The AC Ace was a two-door roadster introduced by the British manufacturer in 1953. Based on a racecar model, the AC Ace was built on a light chassis with a tubular frame using large diameter tubes. Suspension was independent with leaf springs and the car had great handling capabilities. Initially, an AC 2-liter, straight-six unit, replaced in 1956 by a more powerful Bristol engine, powered the AC Ace. With its 120 hp, the car could reach a top speed of 116 mph and accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in about 9 seconds, which was great performance at the time. The model aged well and its body style became iconic. Inspired by Touring’s designs for Ferrari, the AC Ace had rounded shapes and a refined interior.
Looking to purchase a 1959 AC Ace? You might already know that there aren’t that many examples available for sale. However, you should still be very selective when purchasing such a classic. A few tips The Beverly Hills Car Club team can share with you is to hire a classic car expert to carry out a complete pre-purchase inspection and to look at the car’s history of ownership. It’s always best to get a model that has been driven regularly and cared for by its owners. Additionally, The Beverly Hills Car Club owns a large collection of classic cars for sale. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership welcomes you anytime to come view the current inventory. If the perfect model of 1959 AC Ace isn’t in their possession, the team will help you find it and make a good transaction in a hassle-free environment.
Don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to hear more about their services and inquire about the 1959 AC Ace models in inventory. The teams can help you define your budget and project and make sure you have all the knowledge necessary to make a smart transaction.
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