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1910 Cycle and Motorcycle Exhibition
F. B. Goodchild and Co., Ltd.
London. Stand No. 31.
The "A.C." sociable tricars, for which this company are sole selling agents, have become well-known by reason of their many successes this year. Practically no alterations have been made in the new models, but types showing the various applications to which these machines are being put are of more than passing interest. The "A.C." ambulance has accommodation for two patients besides the driver, and will appeal to those interested in first-aid practice. A model has also been evolved as a gun-carriage, and this was made good use of in the recent Army Manoeuvres. For business firms also this machine has proved a boon, as is evidenced by the large number now in use. The standard pleasure type, fitted with hood, wind screen and luggage carrier, is a particularly taking little vehicle for two.

Stanley Fair 1910
F. B. Goodchild and Co., Ltd.
London. Stand No. 31.
Six models of auto-carriers will be shown on this stand, there being practically no alterations from the 1910 standard specification, 'except in a few minor details, which have received necessary attention. Among the novelties are the A.C. carburetter, which is of unique design so that the air control is automatically connected with tie throttle, thus giving extreme flexibility. The exhibit includes A.C. Speed Sociables; A.C. Speed Sociables, fully equipped; A.C. Ambulance; Auto-Carrier gun carriage, with Maxim gun complete; Auto-Carrier standard; and Auto-Carrier special Box with rail.
Stanley Show, 1910

AC are perhaps best known for their Cobra sports cars. In 1953 they produced the AC Petite, a three wheeler microcar similar to the Bond, powered by a 346cc single cylinder two stroke Villiers engine.

AC Tricar Gallery

Sources:, The Motor Cycle, et al