kevin, Do you know for sure this an Aurora, and not a kit car?
Can you show pictures of the frame and rear suspension. jim
I cant seem to find my Vin# plate on my Aurora. it was a family heirloom that I received(super Stoked). Paperwork was started but never finished. Fun DMV Stuff for sure I'm guessing. --
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In 1986, Autokraft (as a joint venture with Ford joining in 1987) purchased AC Cars, and produced the AC Mk IV Cobra, with a 186 kW (250 hp; 253 PS) at 4,200 rpm, 4,942-cubic-centimetre (301.6 cu in) Ford V8, which provided a top speed of 134 mph (215 km/h)and 0–62 mph (0–100 km/h) in 5.2 seconds.
At the 1990 Geneva Salon the Lightweight version was presented: weight was down to 1,070 kg (2,360 lb)(compared to 1,190 kg or 2,620 lb) and power was up to 276 kW (370 hp; 375 PS) at 5,750 rpm thanks to alloy heads, a Holley four-barrel carburettor, and no catalytic converter. While the Lightweight did not meet US federal regulations, the Mk IV did, and 480 cars of all versions were built until 1996