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AC Aceca


AC Aceca Tyres



  • The 5.50 R 16 Michelin X was the original AC Aceca tyre, and is the tyre we recommend.
  • AC cars of this period fitted tube-type wheels and innertubes. All wire wheels require an innertube. The Michelin 16E is the perfect innertube for the AC Aceca.
  • 28psi in the front and 33psi in the rear are ideal tyre pressures for the AC Aceca.
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      AC Aceca Recommended Tyres


    1. 5.50-16 PIRELLI STELLA BIANCA
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      5.50-16 PIRELLI STELLA BIANCA
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    2. 550HR16 Michelin X
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      5.50 R 16 Michelin X

      Starting at £255.60 £213.00

    3. Michelin 16E Offset Valve Inner Tube TR13
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      Michelin 16E Offset Valve Inner Tube TR13

      Starting at £21.60 £18.00


    4. Other Options for AC Aceca Tyres


    5. 550x16 R5 Dunlop Racing
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      5.50 x 16 R5 Dunlop Racing

      Starting at £331.20 £276.00

    6. 165HR16 Avon Turbosteel
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      165 HR 16 Avon Turbosteel

      Starting at £244.80 £204.00

    7. 550x16 Avon Tourist
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      5.50 x 16 Avon Tourist

      Starting at £177.60 £148.00

    8. 550x16 Waymaster Premium
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      5.50 x 16 Waymaster Premium

      Starting at £116.40 £97.00

    9. 550x16 T/T Classic Roadmaster
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      5.50 x 16 T/T Classic Roadmaster

      Starting at £105.60 £88.00

    10. 5.50 x 16 Firestone Whitewall
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      5.50 x 16 Firestone Whitewall

      Starting at £313.20 £261.00

    11. 5.50 x16 PIRELLI STELLA BIANCA
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      Set of 4 5.50 x16 PIRELLI STELLA BIANCA
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    12. 5.50 x 16 PIRELLI STELLA BIANCA
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      Set of 5 5.50 x 16 PIRELLI STELLA BIANCA
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      History of the AC Aceca

      The Aceca (pronounced "A-See-Ka"), introduced in 1954, was the grand touring coupé version of the AC Ace, with just 151 manufactured but several luxurious upgrades over the Ace. The Aceca was just the second automobile, following the 1953 Aston Martin DB2/4, to include a rear hatchback.

      The engine was the primary distinction between the Aceca and the Aceca-Bristol. The Aceca shared its 90 horsepower, 1,991 cc overhead camshaft AC engine with the lighter AC Ace, but the Aceca-Bristol utilised a 125 hp "D-Type" 2.0 L (1971 cc/120 in3) unit provided by Bristol Cars. The Aceca-Bristol could also be had with a milder "B-Type" Bristol engine producing 105 horsepower. In the United States, the Bristol standard added $1000 to the Aceca's $5,400 price tag. In the United Kingdom, the entry-level vehicle costs £1722; £48,364 in today's money (October 2021).


      AC Aceca FAQ

      Q: What tyres did an AC Aceca fit?

      A: The AC Aceca fitted 5.50 R16 Michelin X, which is still manufactured today.

      Q: Does an AC Aceca need an innertube?

      A: Yes, because it has wire wheels. Michelin makes a 16E 13 which is perfect for the Aceca.


      Borrani Wire Wheels

      The AC Aceca fitted wire wheels. Borrani do not make wire wheels specifically for the Aceca, however as it is similar to the AC Ace, Borrani wheels are an option. As agents for the iconic Ruote Borrani Milano company we are able to supply all wheels from their extensive range.

      If your Borrani wheels require rebuilding then please contact us at [email protected]

      Wire wheels made by Ruote Borrani Milano are, without doubt, the best wire wheels available. Borrani wheels utilise aluminium rims, steel spokes and steel wheel centres.

      Click the link for AC Aceca Borrani wheels.

      Wheels made by Borrani are available in the following styles:

      • Painted silver finish, as per the racing wheels of the period
      • Polished and chrome finish, highly polished rim, chrome spokes & wheel centre
      • Painted finish with polished outer edge


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