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AC & Cobra 1962-2011 A Brooklands Portfolio

AC & Cobra 1962-2011 A Brooklands Portfolio

BROOKLANDS
The Cobra was Carroll Shelby's brainchild. He contacted AC in 1961 and secured promises of the Ford V8s and finance for racing - AC, Shelby and Ford were soon in business! Driven by racing, the Cobra's development was rapid, but there were teething problems and success at international level did not come easily. Many models and many owners later, AC cars were bought by Alan Lubinsky and many changes were introduced, aimed at making the business...

$75.00




AC Ace Aceca & Greyhound 1959-1962 A Brooklands Portfolio

AC Ace Aceca & Greyhound 1959-1962 A Brooklands Portfolio

BROOKLANDS
The AC Ace was presented to a surprised public at the 1953 London Motor Show. By the Spring of 1954 the production prototype was on the road and in May the first customer cars were delivered. Aces were soon appearing in competitive events and then in October came the announcement of the Aceca, essentially the Ace underpinnings with a beautifully sculptured light alloy coupe body. The Greyhound was introduced in 1959 with a mixed reaction to the...

$55.00




AC Cars 1904-2009 - From Auto-Carrier to Cobra

AC Cars 1904-2009 - From Auto-Carrier to Cobra

BROOKLANDS
The history of AC Cars is covered in this collection of 170 specially selected articles from the world's leading motoring journals. Models covered: Sociable, Fivet, Empire, Royal, Magna, March, 16/56 to 16/90, Ace, Aceca, Aceca-Bristol, Petite, Greyhound, Two-Litre, Cobra including the Shelby, 260, 289, 427, IV, Superblower, 212 SC, CRS plus the Frua & 3000ME. This Limited Edition Portfolio is hard bound, has a silver foil stamped imitation...

$200.00




AC Cars 1904-2011 From Auto-Carrier To Cobra - A Brooklands Portfolio OUT OF PRINT

AC Cars 1904-2011 From Auto-Carrier To Cobra - A Brooklands Portfolio OUT OF PRINT

BROOKLANDS
The history of AC Cars is covered in this collection of 170 specially selected articles from the world's leading motoring journals. Models covered: Sociable, Fivet, Empire, Royal, Magna, March, 16/56 to 16/90, Ace, Aceca, Aceca-Bristol, Petite, Greyhound, Two-Litre, Cobra including the Shelby, 260, 289, 427, IV, Superblower, 212 SC, CRS plus the Frua & 3000ME.

$125.00




AC Cobra

AC Cobra

Smale, Glen
Part-time racer and chicken farmer Carroll Shelby ordered a chassis from AC Cars in England in 1961, and asked them to install a Ford V8 engine in it. The AC Ace was fitted with the same rear diff as that used in the Jaguar E-type, and so when the car arrived in the Shelby workshop, it proved easy to modify thanks to the simple AC layout.

$45.00




AC Cobra The Complete Story

AC Cobra The Complete Story

LABAN BRIAN
The AC Cobra was the brainchild of Texan Carroll Shelby, who married a chassis produced by the tiny British sports car builder AC with the Ford V8 engine and in doing so created a classic. Awesomely fast as a road car and virtually unbeatable in competition, the Cobra gave Shelby his dream of beating Ferrari in the GT World Championship. AC Co6ra The Complete Story charts this fascinating story and covers the history; full specifications and...

$45.00




AC Six Cylinder Sports Cars in Detail 1933-1963 16/66 16/70 16/80 16/90 Ace Aceca & Greyhound

AC Six Cylinder Sports Cars in Detail 1933-1963 16/66 16/70 16/80 16/90 Ace Aceca & Greyhound

MILLS RINSEY
In 1919 the small English firm of AC Cars came out with a new engine which, amazingly, was to power their products for more than 40 years. It was a six-cylinder unit with alloy block, wet liners and a single overhead camshaft. By the early 1930s, when fitted with triple carburettors, it had been developed to the point where it was developing around double its original output, and from 1933 to the beginning of the Second World War the company...

$130.00




AC Two Litre Saloons And Buckland Sports Cars

AC Two Litre Saloons And Buckland Sports Cars

ARCHIBALD L
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...

$120.00




Carroll Shelby The Man And His Car DVD PAL Region0 58mins

Carroll Shelby The Man And His Car DVD PAL Region0 58mins

DUKE POWERSPORT
This film delivers the remarkable and engaging profile of the 1959 Le Mans winner who became famous for the AC Cobra and his involvement with the Ford GT40 development programme. It traces Carroll ShelbyƆs career from driver to creator, featuring views from the influential men that worked and raced alongside him. The story is relayed by Shelby himself along with Phil Hill, Roy Salvadori, Dan Gurney, Bob Bondurant and others, whilst excellent...

$40.00




Cobra - The First 40 Years

Cobra - The First 40 Years

LEGATE, TREVOR

$160.00





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