The 1948 AC Barchetta started life as LX820 , Originally built as a 2 Litre saloon / Drophead in February 1948 by AC Cars in the uk, The X denoting it as Export/LHD and the 20th car built after the war.
It found its way to Brazil where is is believed the conversion took place.
It is believed it was raced in Brazil although no definitive proof is available .
In some time in the 1960s the car came into the Felipe Marx collection in Sao Paulo Brazil
In 2002 the the car was identified by the ACOC (AC Owners Club)
It has since been restored a few times before being in its current exceptional driving condition.
The body work is constructed from aluminium over light steel framework (Reminiscent of early AC Ace, AC Cobra and early 1950s Ferraris
Powered by a completely re-built AC 2000cc Straight Six with triple carbs .
Lots of interesting paperwork, restoration receipts etc .
A very interesting car with interesting history .
Recently subject to redevelopment and engine rebuild, more info on request.
Must be seen .
Appointment by prior arrangement only .
Open to negotiation £250000
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