AC 2 Litre DHC-Buckland

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AC 2-Litre DHC Buckland Tyres



AC Buckland Tyres
  • Longstone recommends fitting the 5.25/5.50 x 17 Lucas classic tyres for AC 2 Litre DHC-Bucklands made before 1950, and the 670 R 16 Avon Turbosteel tyres for models made after 1950.
  • The ideal innertube for the early AC 2L Buckland is Michelin 17/18E RET, and on the later Buckland with 16" wheels the best innertube is the Michelin 16F innertube.
  • We suggest the tyre pressure to be 22psi for the front and 27psi for the rear.

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    AC 2 Litre DHC-Buckland Recommended Tyres


  1. 525/550x17 Lucas
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    5.25/5.50 x 17 Lucas

    Starting at £130.80 £109.00

  2. 670R16 Avon Turbosteel
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    670 R 16 Avon Turbosteel

    Starting at £284.40 £237.00

  3. Michelin 17/18E RET Offset Valve Inner Tube
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    Michelin 17/18E RET Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £43.20 £36.00

  4. reinforced Michelin Inner Tube
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    Michelin 16F Offset Valve Reinforced Inner Tube

    Starting at £43.20 £36.00


  5. Other Options for AC 2 Litre DHC-Buckland Tyres


  6. 525/550x17 Avon
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    5.25/5.50 x 17 Avon

    Starting at £193.20 £161.00

  7. 670 H 16
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    670 H 16 Avon Turbospeed

    Starting at £244.80 £204.00

  8. 670H16 Dunlop RS5
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    670 H 16 Dunlop RS5
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  9. 650x16 R5 Dunlop Racing
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    6.50 x 16 R5 Dunlop Racing

    Starting at £385.20 £321.00

  10. 650L16 CR48 (R6) Dunlop Racing
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    6.50 L 16 CR48 (R6) Dunlop Racing

    Starting at £378.00 £315.00

  11. 525/550x17 Waymaster Thirty
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    5.25/5.50 x 17 Waymaster Thirty

    Starting at £142.80 £119.00

  12. 670x16 Firestone
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    6.70 x 16 Firestone

    Starting at £358.80 £299.00

  13. Set of 4 525-550x17 Lucas
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    Set of 4 5.25/5.50 x17 Lucas

    Starting at £504.00 £420.00

  14. Set of 5 525/550 x 17 Lucas
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    Set of 5 5.25/5.50x17 Lucas

    Starting at £624.00 £520.00

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History of the AC 2-litre DHC/Buckland

The straightforward drophead version of the saloon was only produced for a year and purely for export, although many would still retain right-hand drive. The UK instead got the Buckland tourer (built by the Buckland coachbuilder).


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