This sharp looking 1928 Ford Model A Sedan is for sale in our Louisville Showroom. This beautiful Ford is powered by a inline 4 cylinder engine backed by a 3 speed manual transmission. Enjoy getting looks at shows and being in parades with this beautiful Model A. To some at the time, it likely seemed impossible for Ford to follow up the commercial success of the Model T. However, he would immediately hit another home run with the Model A. But while the Model T was produced for the explicit purpose of making the motorcar accessible to everyone, the Model A would be Ford's attempt at combining mass production with exclusivity. The Model A would be an absolute hit with the public. The marriage of aesthetics and mass production has seemed to work as one million examples would be built by February of 1929. By July, just a few months later, production would top two million. Ultimately, by the time the Model A became superseded by the Model B and production ended in early 1932 nearly five million Model As would roll off the Ford assembly lines. The exterior on this beautiful Ford Model A is a very clean Green with the classic black roof. The Model A rolls on a set of original steel wire wheels painted in a black that have been shod with wide white wall bias ply tires. The interior is a fresh gray cloth. Options on this beautiful Model A are cloth interior and bias ply tires. To view the 1928 Ford Model A Sedan in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Louisville showroom at 812-294-1555 or e-mail us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com
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