Launched in 1956, the AC Aceca Bristol succeeded to the first models of AC Aceca. 2-liter engines made by AC powered the first units. The new Bristol engine introduced in 1956 gave its name to the new model. With an output of 120 hp, the AC Aceca Bristol had a top speed of 116 mph and a 0-to-60 mph acceleration of 9 seconds. Based on a simple tubular chassis and using aluminum and fiberglass, the AC Aceca was light, which paired well with the aerodynamic body and efficient engine. A four-speed manual gearbox was fitted and overdrive was available. With all-around independent suspension, front disc brakes and refined interior, the AC Aceca was a sophisticated GTnot to mention the gorgeous body style.
Looking for a 1960 AC Aceca Bristol? The Beverly Hills Car Club might have one in inventory for sale. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large collection of classics for sale and the team is regularly adding new models. The team is known for their good deals and excellent service quality. Call today to find out more. The friendly staff will also share some tips and advice to help you make a good purchase at the right price. One recommendation they’ll give you is to check for alignment and for chassis damage from a previous crash. The AC Aceca models were hand built and it can be difficult to find a knowledgeable and talented specialist to service the classic right. The Beverly Hills Car Club team can also share their contacts of classic experts in your region if needed.
Start by browsing their online inventory and stop by the Los Angeles classic car dealership anytime if you’re in the area. The team would be delighted to meet you and show you the current classics in the showroom. The representatives will do their best to help you find a 1960 AC Aceca Bristol that meets your needs and budget. Call today to get started!
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