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This is one of the first and arguably one of the best replica Cobras made. I found the car in California 15 years ago and brought it back home. It is an Arntz brand factory built car, most sources indicate around 80 cars were built. Google Arntz cobra for more information. The objective was to make ...

The AC Ace is regarded as the quintessential British sportscar, frequently described as the more sophisticated brother of the Cobra. Built between 1953 and 1963 AC took a design by John Tojeiro that used a light ladder type tubular frame, all independent transverse leaf spring suspension and an open ...

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Presented in excellent condition along with A first class provenance - complete with all correct numbers, RHD. Registered on 1st January 1959 Belfast, original Green Registration log book documents Four further owners before returning to UK in 1971, Nine owners in total. Two history files with ...

No expense or effort was spared in the production of these moulds, with long expanses of flat panel down the wings, significant time and effort was taken in getting these perfectly flat to avoid the issues that many fibreglass bodies suffer from with waves and ripples that show in even the dullest of ...

  • 28-Mar-2020
  • Hertfordshire
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An original, solid and complete 1954 AC Coupé, everything is right. Only 1280 ever made. With a complete, original 2 liter 6 cyl. engine and Dutch registration. Also Original UK registration book is with it with the very interesting number 4MN. A nice original interior, complete dashboard and a very ...

The AC 2-Litre Saloon is now a very rare car. This two door example was registered new in November 1952 and given the registration number NGU902 which it still retains today. The first owner was the company Fletcher Miller Ltd of Hyde Cheshire who were specialised oil manufactures for the aircraft ...

AC 2-lit was made by AC cars in Thames Ditton,Surrey England. 1284 Ac two litre saloon were made between 1947-1956 powered by a 6 cylinder OHC and Aluminium block fed by 3 SU carburettors. Aluminium-panelled body on wood frame with steel chassis. This car was first registered on 02/09/1950. I have ...

  • 27-Feb-2020
  • Kent
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Chassis No: AE44 Engine No: UMB1219 Registration No: 923 CTF Previous owners: 4 including current. Eligibility- Millie Miglia (pre 1957) Of them all, the Ace was the truest sports car: it could be used for daily commuting or high-speed long-distance touring, but it could also be driven to ...

the AC Two Litre works development car. Personally Owned by Derek Hurlock , OPG 192, it was built in 1950 at AC Cars in Thames Ditton works where it was fitted with Independent Front Suspension the result was a very robust split-axle suspension , the outcome of the exercise was rather mixed; the ...

AC ACECA BRISTOL 1959 : Opalescent Black Pearl with Beige hide interior. Turrino wire wheels. Original UK supplied example (by Jack Barclay Ltd) with its original 100 D2 engine. Supplied new with front disc brakes and overdrive. Long-term restoration recently completed to its original colour scheme ...

A nice, solid, all correct and complete 1951 AC saloon. Only 1280 have ever been made. It still has an Original, well running 2 ltr 6 cil. engine and it comes with Dutch registration. It has a nice interior and an all aluminium body. A perfect chassis. It is a good driveable and useable car. Drive it ...

Fantastic provenance and competition history One of only 446 Bristol-powered Aces Conveniently adapted to RHD during 1989s restoration Eligible for a wide variety of historic motorsport events MODEL HISTORY The Auto Carriers now legendary AC Ace was introduced in October 1953. The design of ...

‘The Ace at night under the Dunlop bridge’ by Dion Pears. Here is an example of the limited edition print (of 500) The print shows: ‘AC Bristol Ace (650 BPK) chassis BE214 - Rudd Racing Team John Turner/ Ted Whiteaway - 1st 2 litre class - 7th Overall - 3684.838 - Average speed 153.536 ...

Very good, solid, rolling / steering body of a 1951 AC coupe. Nice leather, original interior. NOT complete !! No glass, no grill, no engine- gearbox. With dutch registration. Right hand drive. Price only 6500 EURO. Biggest choice in REAL classics, with more than 450 cars in the 'stolze collection', ...

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