We are currently embarking upon a comprehensive redevelopment of the National Motor Museum which means at certain times the vehicles on display may be changing on a daily basis. If there is a particular vehicle that you wish to view please contact us on 01590 614541 in advance of your visit to check that it is on display. You can also sponsor any vehicle in the Museum owned by the National Motor Museum Trust.
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Not on Display - In Reserve Collection
The Ministry of Pensions was formed in 1917 and undertook the supply of self propelled vehicles to war veterans suffering from mobility problems. By 1920, The British Red Cross Society was awarding grants enabling vehicles for disabled people to be motorised.
In 1947, AC commenced manufacture of purpose–built cars for the Ministry of Pensions. During the next 20 years, steady improvements resulted in the production of the Model 70. With fully adaptable features, including a wheelchair”‘ height seat and easily adjustable and optional primary controls, production continued until 1976. Due to the ease with which modern cars could be adapted, all AC 70s – once a common sight on British roads – were withdrawn in 2003.
|Valves||Pushrod operated overhead|
|Price new||Not marketed|
|Manufacturer||AC Cars Ltd|
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