The Weald & Downland Living Museum will be welcoming the AC Owners club to the Museum on Sunday, 12 September.
The AC Owners club exists to promote the preservation and enjoyment of all the different models built by the AC company from 1903. On display at the Weald & Downland Living Museum you will see aprox. 50 cars from the 1920s through to the 2000s showing the diverse range of models the company produced. All cars will be on display in the field behind Market Square from 10:30am – 4:30pm.
Over the years the company has also manufactured rail buses for BR, trains for Southend Pier, fire engines, armoured cars, Bag Boy golf trolleys and, perhaps most unusual, the light blue invalid cars that were seen on the roads from 1948 to the early 1980s – producing from the fastest accelerating car to perhaps the slowest!
AC continue to embrace new technology and now produce electrically powered versions of the iconic AC Cobra sports car alongside normally aspirated examples, with a choice of carbon fibre and traditional hand-made aluminium bodies.
This car display will be included in the general admission ticket price. Don’t miss out – book your tickets today!Pre-Book Your Tickets Today
Photographs courtesy as per the file name and the AC Owners’ Club Archive