1956 | AC Ace Bristol

Ace Bristol Roadster -LHD-

398 500 EUR 56 192 485 JPY 779 386 BGN 9 782 776 CZK 2 963 445 DKK 351 876 GBP 168 238 730 HUF 1 932 048 PLN 1 972 176 RON 4 343 371 SEK 381 006 CHF 56 148 650 ISK 4 217 644 NOK 2 998 314 HRK 46 704 598 RUB 7 206 514 TRY 600 779 AUD 2 095 472 BRL 534 030 CAD 2 764 315 CNY 3 049 362 HKD 5 923 009 110 IDR 1 385 146 ILS 31 650 862 INR 558 174 965 KRW 7 826 261 MXN 1 801 260 MYR 684 503 NZD 22 824 486 PHP 557 940 SGD 14 673 966 THB 6 987 817 ZAR

 

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1956 | AC Ace Bristol

Ace Bristol Roadster -LHD-
398 500 EUR 56 192 485 JPY 779 386 BGN 9 782 776 CZK 2 963 445 DKK 351 876 GBP 168 238 730 HUF 1 932 048 PLN 1 972 176 RON 4 343 371 SEK 381 006 CHF 56 148 650 ISK 4 217 644 NOK 2 998 314 HRK 46 704 598 RUB 7 206 514 TRY 600 779 AUD 2 095 472 BRL 534 030 CAD 2 764 315 CNY 3 049 362 HKD 5 923 009 110 IDR 1 385 146 ILS 31 650 862 INR 558 174 965 KRW 7 826 261 MXN 1 801 260 MYR 684 503 NZD 22 824 486 PHP 557 940 SGD 14 673 966 THB 6 987 817 ZAR

 

Allemagne

Type 100D
Cabriolet / Roadster
96/130 kW/CV
Timm Meinrenken

Thiesen Hamburg GmbH

  • Détails du véhicule

    Données techniques
    Marque AC
    Modèle Ace
    Nom du modèle Ace Bristol
    Série Type 100D
    Année 1956
    Numéro d'identification du véhicule BEX168
    Numéro de moteur 100D508
    Autres données techniques
    Type de carrosserie Cabriolet
    Détail du corps Roadster
    Puissance (kW/CV) 96/130
    Cylindrée (ccm) 1 971
    Cylindre 6
    Portes 2
    Volant Gauche
    Boîte de vitesse Boîte manuelle
    Vitesses 4
    Traction Arrière
    Carburant Essence

Description

  • Period racing history
    - "Historic Technical Passport"
    - Great history file
    - Completely restored



    Description:

    Introduced in 1953, the AC Ace was the first English production sports car with independent suspension all round. In the years that followed, it dominated numerous international sports car races. The successes grew especially after the in-house engine was supplemented from 1956 by a Bristol engine, which had previously been used in the BMW 328. In 1962, the AC Ace served as the basis for the legendary AC Cobra. "The car always does the right thing, at the right time." These words by John Bolster, the renowned test driver for Autosport magazine, help to explain why the AC Ace - launched at the London Motor Show in October 1953 - became a very popular sports car.

    Between 1956 and 1964, only 466 examples of the AC Ace Bristol were built.

    According to the documents available, the AC Ace Bristol presented here was delivered to its first owner, the Swiss AC importer Hubert Patthey, in Switzerland in June 1956. Patthey and the subsequent owner Michel Renaud competed in various races with the car and achieved considerable success. The racing history is well documented by numerous historical photos and newspaper articles. In the 1970s, the car came into the possession of Jean-Louis Klein, who used it in Le Mans, among other races.

    In accordance with an extensive invoice documentation this original left-hand drive car was completely restored over a period of three years by marque experts in England. A "Historic Technical Passport" and a German registration come with the car. With its Bristol engine, the AC is particularly well motorized. Due to its racing history and its finish, this car is an interesting investment and at the same time a ticket for many top-class events.

    Engine:
    2-litre Bristol in-line six-cylinder, no. 100D508 ("matching numbers"), approx. 130 hp (literature data)
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Mentions légales du concessionnaire

Thiesen Hamburg GmbH

Griegstrasse 73

22476 Hamburg

+49 40 4503430

Dijana Sutalo

Fournisseur

Timm Meinrenken
Thiesen Hamburg GmbH
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