The AC Ace was introduced in 1953 at a time where the Great Depression and World War II made it particularly difficult for the British manufacturer. The model was two-door roadster based on a racecar unit, with a stunning body style that is very efficient at head turning nowadays. The chassis used large diameter tubes with wishbone and transverse-leaf-spring independent suspension all around. Powered by a finely tuned six-cylinder engine in the beginning, the engine was upgraded to a more powerful Bristol unit in 1957 and the model was renamed the AC Ace-Bristol. The AC Ace’s production ended in 1963 and the famous Shelby Cobra replaced the model.
If you’re in the market for an AC Ace, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be delighted to speak with you and to help you find a good model of AC Ace within your budget. The friendly staff can also answer your questions regarding the different versions of the AC Ace. For example, you might know that from 1956/1957, the car was fitted with front disc brakes and an overdrive option was made available, which might be valuable to you. Moreover, The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of classic cars for sale in Los Angeles and the team welcomes you to view the collection anytime. The knowledgeable classic car specialists will go the extra mile to provide you with an enjoyable and hassle-free experience. Known for their fair deals and excellent service, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start your search for a classic AC Ace.
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