The AC Aceca was a coupe grand tourer based on the AC Ace convertible. The Aceca used the same simple timber framed alloy body than the Ace but was more comfortable and sophisticated. Introduced in 1954, the Aceca was originally fitted with an AC 2-liter engine. In 1956, a Bristol engine was introduced, boosting the car’s performance. In 1961, a new 2.6-liter unit based on the engine from the Ford Zephyr was used, generating 120 hp. Some versions were tuned up to 170 hp, allowing for a top speed of 130 mph and a 0-to-60 mph acceleration in 8.1 seconds. Only 37 units of the 2.6-liter AC Aceca were made before AC moved to the Shelby Cobra model.
Should you be in the market for a 1961 AC Aceca, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to help. The team is known for having a large inventory of classics for sale and providing their clients with useful tips, good deals and excellent service. Some advice when looking at a 1961 AC Aceca is to make sure the car hasn’t suffered extensive damage from a crash while racing. Thanks to its great balance, lightweight and excellent handling, the car was popular in competition. A classic car expert would be able to look at the car’s history and chassis to evaluate its condition and value accurately. Don’t hesitate to call the friendly staff of The Beverly Hills Car Club to ask for more tips and advice. In addition, the team might have an example of 1961 AC Aceca in their collection.
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