The AC Aceca was produced from 1954 to 1963. Based on the AC Ace roadster, the Aceca was built on a simple tubular chassis and used an aluminum construction to keep the weight low. Its main design cues were the hatchback trunk, spoke wheels and elegant profile. As a coupe grand tourer, the AC Aceca was more comfortable and sophisticated. Rubber bushings were installed to reduce vibrations from the chassis and the engine was isolated from the cabin with the use of fiberglass. The Bristol, 2-liter, 6-cylinder engine was linked to a four-speed transmission with overdrive. Generating an output of 120 hp, the Bristol engine enabled a top speed of 116 mph and a 0-to-60 acceleration in 9 seconds. Equipped with all-around independent suspension, the 1963 AC Aceca Bristol had excellent handling capabilities.
Finding a good example of 1963 AC Aceca Bristol isn’t easy. The model is rare and depending on the condition and history of the car, prices can be quite high. The Beverly Hills Car Club has extensive experience in the classic car market and know what models recently sold and at what price. The friendly staff would be happy to help you define a budget and get you started on the research. A couple things to keep in mind when evaluating a 1963 AC Aceca Bristol are rust and crash damage. Both issues can generate high expenses and require long hours in the shop during which you won’t enjoy your classic. In addition to sharing tips and advice, The Beverly Hills Car Club is also a good place to start your research. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership carries a large collection of classics for sale.
Come visit The Beverly Hills Car Club showroom, meet the team and check out the models currently available for sale. Your dream 1963 AC Aceca Bristol might be waiting for you there! The knowledgeable and friendly staff will assist you with all the steps of researching and purchasing a classic and will stay at your disposal throughout ownership.
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