1959 AC Bristol BEX
Purchased in 1985 by current owner and restored.
36,659 miles on odometer
Continuous ownership history
Local in period racing
Wheels- 15 in Dayton gray, have 5 -16 in wheels with Pirelli tires come with car as well as a set of 6 Whitworth wrenches
Weather equipment-includes soft top, bows, side curtains, and tonneau cover.
Car runs and drives very well. Like flying an airplane (owner should know since he flies an airplane).
Paint is in excellent condition.
Located on the east coast in the US
Price is $300,000.00 compare to this car at $385,000.00 being offered by F40 Motorsports. Virtually the same car.
1958 AC Ace Bristol Roadster
This AC Ace Bristol Roadster is coming out of a long term ownership being offered for sale. This is an extremely rare numbers matching example that presents well-being a highly original example having a very honest older paint job. This car has always been stored in a climate controlled garage being driven on nice days and has always been annually serviced. Included with this Bristol are the Workshop Manual, Soft Top, Tonneau Cover, Side Curtains, Booklets and 2 Sets of Keys. Click the link below for additional information and photos.
Cylinders: 6 Cylinder
Exterior Color: Red
Interior Color: Black Leather
Our Price: $385,000
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