The AC Aceca model was introduced in 1954, following the AC Ace roadster. The Aceca was a coupe grand tourer offering more comfort for the passengers. A 2-liter AC engine, replaced by a Bristol unit in 1956, powered the first models. The Bristol engine was a 2-liter straight-six unit with carburetor and boosted the car’s power up to 120 hp. Top speed was recorded at 116 mph and 0 to 60 mph were reached in about 9 seconds. The engine was mated to a four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive. The car was equipped with all-around independent suspension, disc brakes in the front and drums in the rear. The 1959 AC Aceca Bristol was an enjoyable sports car with a comfortable cabin and sophisticated features.
Buying a 1959 AC Aceca Bristol can be a wonderful experience but can also turn into a hassle. Make sure you choose a good model that is mechanically sound and has a straight chassis. Hiring a classic AC expert to carry out a pre-purchase inspection is often a good call and can end up saving you money. Service is often expensive on rare classics such as the 1959 AC Aceca Bristol and finding a good technician can be difficult. The Beverly Hills Car Club has many more tips and advice to share to help you make a smart transaction. Call the team anytime and come visit their Los Angeles classic car dealership to view the current inventory of cars for sale. The representatives will help you find the right model whether or not it’s in their collection. The friendly staff is known for providing excellent service during and after the purchase.
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