Just 23 examples were made of the AC 16/80 March Special, the bodies were bespoke made by Lord Freddie March in the mid to late 1930's.
Arguably one of the most handsome British sports cars ever made, this vehicle has taken class awards on the Summer Trial and Royal Automobile Club 1000 Mile Trial. As hardy as it is good looking, this vehicle was hired by Benno and Nina Britschgi in April 2015 to compete on the Icelandic Saga - it handled the gravel roads and sometimes icy conditions admirably.
More at home on touring style events, this vehicle is perfect for Scottish Malts, Summer Trial and Royal Automobile Club 1000 Mile Trial.
AC Cars of Thames Ditton near London consulted the aristocratic motoring enthusiast, the Duke of Richmond and Gordon, Freddie March, for its new 16/80 sports model, which was launched in 1935.
The 16/80 has a 2-litre, 6-cylinder, 80 horsepower engine and was very successful in prewar rallies and trials as well as on British circuits like Donnington and Brooklands.