The AC Aceca is an enclosed coupe from the British company AC Cars, based on the open 2-seater AC Ace, produced in between 1954 and 1963. It’s a handcrafted grand tourer with interior made of ash wood. The car was relatively light thanks to the tubular frame, aluminium engine block and aluminium body panels. Later versions were fitted with disc brakes on the front wheels and a curved windscreen.

The AC Aceca was available with 2-liter and 2.6-liter I6 engines.  The 2-litre engine produced between 90 and 125 hp (67-93 kW) depending on the model. The engine was connected to a 4-speed manual transmission. A total of 328 examples were produced in different versions.