The AC Aceca, produced by the British AC Cars company between 1954 and 1963. It was classed as a grand tourer, designed as a closed 2-door coupé with 4-speed manual gearbox and either a 2.0 or 2.6L IG engine. It was hand-built and a notable feature comprised the hatchback rear, which emulated the early Aston Martin DB2. Just over 150 were built during the AC Aceca lifetime, although engine variants using Bristol and Ford engines brought the total to another 177 vehicles.
Our Oxford replica makes its debut in black with red interior and black dashboard with tan instrument panel, registered VPL 441. We love the detail of the rear view mirror perched on the top of the dash board, too! Lots of external silver trim extends to the detailed wire wheels and the bonnet vents, rounding off a very interesting little model.
Back in 1954, you could pick up an AC Aceca for £1,722. You would have to add at least two noughts to obtain one today and that would be cheap!