The AC Six was a series of sporty cars introduced in 1920. The Six was built in two Series, the first, from 1920-1929, and the second from 1932-1940. These cars were initially powered by a 1.4L inline six engine, but from 1922, a larger 2.0L inline six unit was used. This 2.0L engine was available in a range of tunings, designated by the taxable horsepower next to the actual horsepower (ex. 16/60). Production of the AC Six ended in 1940 due to WW2.
|1935 Ac Six Sport Special||NOT SOLD||Oct 31, 2020|
|1938 Ac 16/80HP Competition Sports||NOT SOLD||Sep 14, 2019|
|1935 Ac 2-Litre 16/80HP Competition 'Slab-Tank' Sports||€218,500||Sep 01, 2018|
|1936 Ac 16/70HP March Special Sports Tourer||£107,900||Jul 13, 2018|
|1937 Ac 16HP '2-4-6' Coupé With Dickey||£39,675||Mar 18, 2018|
|1936 Ac 16/70HP Drophead Coupé Project||€12,650||Sep 02, 2017|