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    Hawk AC Ace 2.6 Replica

    This Hawk AC Ace 2.6 replica looks wonderful - £39k compared to up to £200k for a good original. The original's Ford Zephyr engine is replaced by a BMW 6 cylinder unit.





    Hawk AC Ace Replica For Sale from Sussex Sports Cars

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    Looks like John H's car.
    Tis a very nice example!
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    Quote Originally Posted by london View Post
    This Hawk AC Ace 2.6 replica looks wonderful - £39k compared to up to £200k for a good original. The original's Ford Zephyr engine is replaced by a BMW 6 cylinder unit.
    Kind of ironic, no...?
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    and anyone who drives slower is an Idiot." - George Carlin

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    i would be very interested to know what it actually sells for!
    that looks like it might have been a v good investment for the owner.
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    nice car, the BMW engine actually looks pretty good, at first I thought it was going to be a modern plastic topped unit! £39k is probably ambitious but here's hoping all decent quality cobras start to fetch higher prices.
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