1963 was the last year of production for the AC Ace, before the ultra-famous AC Cobra replaced it. A 2.6-liter engine with up to 170 hp powered the last AC Ace models. The unit used three Weber carburetors or SU carburetors and an iron cast head. Top speed was recorded at 130 mph and 0-to-60 mph was reached in around 8 seconds. The engine was positioned well in the back and the AC Ace had great handling capabilities. The suspension was independent all around and the car featured advanced equipment including disc brakes and optional overdrive for more comfort. The design was gorgeous and was used as a base for the AC Cobraor Shelby Cobrato come.
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