Below is a list of all AC Cars Group Ltd. cars & models that have come out so far. This AC Cars Group Ltd. vehicle model list includes photos of AC Cars Group Ltd. vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old AC Cars Group Ltd. cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Everything from AC Cobra to AC 2-Litre is included below. This list of car models made by AC Cars Group Ltd. is a great way to see how AC Cars Group Ltd. has evolved over the years. AC Cars Group Ltd. types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.
- Photo: uploaded by BojanglesAC 12 hp was a car produced by AC Cars Group Ltd.... more
- The AC 2-Litre is an automobile that was produced by AC of Thames Ditton in Surrey, England between 1947 and 1956. Two and, from 1952, four-door saloons were sold. In addition, as from 1949, a small number of drophead coupés and "Buckland" tourers were produced. The car's wetliner, aluminium cylinder block, six-cylinder 1991 cc engine was the unit first offered by the company in the AC 16, back in 1922. However, by 1947 the engine was fed by three SU carburettors, and boasted a power output of 74 bhp, increased again in 1951 to 85 bhp which was more than twice the 35 bhp claimed for engine's original commercial application. The aluminium-panelled body on a wood frame was fitted to a... more
- AC Ace is a car which was produced by AC Cars of Thames Ditton, England, from 1953 to 1963.... more
- The Aceca is a closed coupé from the British AC Cars company, produced from 1954 until 1963. The car originally had an AC engine but the similar Bristol-engined Aceca-Bristol was also available alongside the original from 1956 to 1963 when production of the engine ceased. A few cars were built from 1961 to 1963 with a 2553 cc tuned Ford Zephyr engine and sold as the Aceca 2.6. Based on the open two-seat AC Ace, the Aceca was a hand-built grand tourer in the British tradition, with ash wood and steel tubing used in their construction. One notable feature was the hatchback at the rear, making the Aceca only the second car, after the 1953 Aston Martin DB2/4, to incorporate this element. 151... more