The Ace was an American-collected auto made in Ypsilanti, Michigan by the Apex Motor Corporation. The starting bunch of autos collected were sent to Seattle, Washington merchant FE Earnest, who had the thought for the Ace after he was unable to secure a consistent supply of new autos for his dealership.
The most fascinating characteristic of the Ace was the Guy Disc-Valve engine, made by specialist Fred M Guy. After Guy left the Apex Motor Corporation in mid-1921, the Ace was fueled by an expected Herschell-Spillman straight-6 motor, with the Model H tourer offering for $2,000.
In 1922 the 4-barrel Model F was added to the reach, estimated at $1295, offering adjoining the Model C and Model L straight-6 engined models, which extended in cost from $2260 to $3150.
Complete creation of the Ace was 256 autos.
Ace Vehicle Model list:
1922 Ace 30-60 Scout Six Roadster
1922 Ace 30-60 Scout Six Touring
1922 Ace 35-40 Four Cylinder Sedan
1922 Ace 35-40 Pup Four Roadster
1922 Ace 35-40 Pup Four Touring
1922 Ace 35-70 Six Cylinder Sedan
1922 Ace 35-80 Combat Roadster
1922 Ace 35-80 Combat Speedster
1922 Ace 35-80 Combat Touring
1921 Ace G
1921 Ace H
1921 Ace L
1914 Ace 8.1