Factory demonstrator fitted with the desirable front disc brake option!
AC’s Aceca was a handsome alloy-bodied coupé version of its race-proven Ace, sharing the open car’s John Tojeiro-designed chassis and running gear. Tested by the Autocar in April 1960, this ultimate spec factory demonstrator is powered by the original two-liter Bristol D100 D2 engine – developing 125bhp and good for 115mph – fitted with optional Girling disc brakes at the front. A superb matching numbers example, refinished in original Princess Blue (in 2014) with beautifully-patinated red leather upholstery, it is sold with a comprehensive history file and original took kit. An unmissable opportunity to become only the fifth custodian of this rare British sportscar, cherished by its first owner for 40 years and ready to enjoy!
Report by automobileshistoriques.com