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The essential companion for owners, would-be owners & AC enthusiasts.
The story of the AC Two-litre Saloon & the Buckland Sports Tourer.
Includes complete chassis record of individual cars.
Includes performance tuning tips for AC 6-cylinder two-litre engine.
160+ illustrations (many rare), including original Saloon design renderings.
High quality artpaper production with colour throughout.
This is the first book to concentrate on the AC Two-litre Saloon and the coachbuilt Buckland Sports Tourer which shared the same chassis and 6-cylinder engine. An absolutely invaluable companion for owners of these cars and all AC enthusiasts, telling the story of development, production and motorsport. Also contains much sage advice on ownership and maintenance, and even tips on performance tuning the classic AC two-litre engine. Appendices detail major specification changes and feature a complete record of every chassis, including year of registration, body colours, chassis and engine numbers. The story of these cars is illustrated by an extraordinary collection of images, many very rare, and including unique original concept/design illustrations for the Two-litre Saloon.
Mention from Classic & Sports Car, May 2007
"Photographs in Leo Archibald's excellent book, AC Two-litre Saloons and Buckland Sports Cars show PAR 419 competing at Silverstone ..."
Review from Model Auto Review, March 2003
There have been other books on AC, but this is the first to concentrate on the two-litre Saloon and the coachbuilt Tourer which shared its chassis and six-cylinder engine, the Buckland Sports. It tells the story of development, production and motor sport plus advice on ownership and maintenance, and even tips on performance tuning the classic AC two-litre engine. Appendices show specification changes and a record of every chassis, including year of registration, body colour, chassis and engine number. The illustrations include such rare items as the original designs for the two-litre Saloon.