The AC Aceca was a coupe grand tourer introduced in 1954 and succeeded to the AC Ace roadster. The AC Aceca was a sophisticated and refined more, offering more comfort for the passengers than the convertible model. Rubber bushings were used on the rear differential to reduce the noise and vibration of the chassis. Sound-absorbing fiberglass was also used between the engine and the cabin, although the beautiful sound of the engine was still very much present. Powered by a 2-liter, 6-cylinder Bristol engine, the 1959 AC Aceca could produce an output of 125 hp. Power was transmitted to the wheels via a four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive. Thanks to its fully independent suspension, great handling capabilities and light body, the model was very enjoyable to drive.
Should you be looking for a 1959 AC Aceca, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start. The team has a large inventory of classic cars for sale in Los Angeles and the experts are regularly buying and selling classics worldwide. The AC Aceca is a rare classic and finding a good example can be tricky. However, when you spot a model you like, be sure to carry out a complete pre-purchase inspection and make sure you’re fully aware of the car’s history, condition and future service needs. The Beverly Hills Car Club team can share their contacts of classic car experts with you if needed. Also, don’t hesitate to call the team to hear more tips and advice. The team is always happy to speak with other classic car enthusiasts.
The Beverly Hills Car Club would love to hear more about your project of buying a 1959 AC Aceca. The friendly staff can help you define a budget and research plan. Start by browsing their online inventory and call the team to find out more about their latest additions and the services they offer.
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