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snakey

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Can anyone please help???
« on: January 08, 2021, 22:25:41 »
Hi everyone this is a long shot but I’m trying to track down my fathers old AC Aceca the registration is 3759 BP my Father name was Graham J Enfield, he was a member and secretary and then the chairman of the AC Owners club in the 60’s and 70’s when everything was on paperwork his car was on the Ac Owners Christmas card, it was drawn by the Artist Robin Buzbridge!
My father after he finished racing decided to strip the car down to rebuild it later on when he retired, unfortunately he pasted away before he could rebuild it!
After his passing the Aceca was sold to a Mr Malcolm Mitton who I kept in contact with for a fair few years but I never got to see it in the flesh so to speak. I then found out Mr Mitton sold it in 2018/19..
I’m hoping someone on here knows the new owner so I could possibly get in contact with him so I can have a update on the car.

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Re: Can anyone please help???
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2021, 10:53:37 »
BE662 is currently / was recently for sale. Now listed as "under offer" by Graeme Hunt ltd.

Sold very cheaply at Auction in 2019, given the condition and provenance of this car and as recent winner of the Club's Hurlock Trophy it should have done very well.
The Hurlock trophy is awarded by the ACOC for best presented car at the club's annual national day.

The dealer was seeking offers around £190k, nice write up on the their website which briefly mentions your Father involvement with the car.   

https://www.graemehunt.com/inventory/592/1958-ac-aceca-bristol

« Last Edit: January 09, 2021, 11:02:06 by DGoose »

snakey

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Re: Can anyone please help???
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2021, 13:39:41 »
Hi thank you for your help I’ve finally tracked her down she has since been sold for 185k and in the summer I will be seeing her providing COVID plays ball.