AC Greyhound Saloon 1951

ac greyhound1AC Cars Ltd, England

The initials AC stand for Autocarrier, which was a three wheeled, two-seater commercial vehicle with tiller steering made prior to 1914. AC later became famous for its sports cars, including the Cobra, which was developed with the American Carroll Shelby. The Greyhound Saloon was introduced in 1947 and discontinued in 1957.

12 hp (76 bhp at 4500rpm), 6 cylinders, triple SU carbs, 65 mm bore, 100 mm stroke, 1991 cc.