We have selected three novalike variables at the long-period extreme of novalike orbital periods: V363 Aur, RZ Gru, and AC Cnc, all with IUE archival far-ultraviolet spectra. All are UX UMa-type novalike variables and all have Porb > 7 hr. V363 Aur is a bona fide SW Sex star, and AC Cnc is a probable one, while RZ Gru has not proven to be a member of the SW Sex subclass. We have carried out the first synthetic spectral analysis of far-ultraviolet spectra of the three systems using state-of-the-art models of both accretion disks and white dwarf photospheres. We find that the FUV spectral energy distribution of both V363 Aur and RZ Gru are in agreement with optically thick steady-state accretion disk models in which the luminous disk accounts for 100% of the FUV light. We present accretion rates and model-derived distances for V363 Aur and RZ Gru. For AC Cnc, we find that a hot accreting white dwarf accounts for ∼60% of the FUV light, with an accretion disk providing the rest. We compare our accretion rates and model-derived distances with estimates in the literature.