This 1928 Ford Model A Tudor 2 Door Sedan Stock # F13256 is available in our Fairfield, CA showroom and any inquiries may be directed to us at 707-419-8200 or by email at Sales@SpecialtySales.com.�
Breathtaking 1928 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan
�New to our Fairfield showroom is this 1928 Ford Model A Tudor �Sedan with stunning white exterior paint and a tan cloth interior. �This prestigious old school hot rod features a mostly all-steel body �on top of a TCI chassis, a Chevy small block 350 cid V-8 engine and an automatic transmission. �You'll also find power windows, custom wheels a beautiful custom-painted hood (not currently installed), a great sound system and so much more. �You must see this beautiful hot rod in person to truly understand the level of quality.
Mostly Steel Build Completed from the Ground Up
The current owner of this 1928 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan informs us that he inherited this classic from his dad who owned it since 1965 and enjoyed it for decades as a weekend driver. �He finally decided in 2007 to give it a new life and this entire vehicle was stripped down to bare metal and rebuilt from the ground up. �The project started with a TCI frame, the original steel body and a steel roof off of a late model compact SUV. �The body was smoothed to perfection, new fiberglass rear fenders were added and then show quality paint was then applied with very subtle ghost flames on the front fenders and the hood. � �All of the chrome work is either new or fully restored so this beauty is like-new in appearance.
The interior of this 1928 Ford Model A Tudor was also redone and fully customized to show quality standards. �It features period-correct looking gauges with upgraded seating and a tucked away JVC stereo in an overhead console. The engine compartment is also very nicely sorted and finished with the same light blue pin-striping that you'll find in the interior. �With rack and pinion steering and front disc brakes, this classic drives nicely on the open road like a true hot rod should.
Cared for by Current Family since Summer of 1965
Overall, this 1928 Ford Model A Tudor 2 Door Sedan is a beautiful example that has seen extensive investments both inside and out over the past decade. �You simply won't find a cleaner, better performing example anywhere at the current asking price. �This amazing hot rod will sell quickly so don't wait too long before coming to see it in person. �For more information about this impressive vehicle, visit our Fairfield, California showroom, give us a call at 707-419-8200, or email us at Sales@SpecialtySales.com.
Legal Disclosures: Specialty Sales Classics has advertised and sold thousands of classic cars since our founding in 1978. We strongly encourage any and all buyers who are unable to view the vehicle in-person to perform a Pre-Purchase Inspection (by an independent party of their choosing) prior to the purchase. �Given the age of many of our vehicles, it is extremely difficult to adequately describe all aspects of each vehicles condition in the limited space available and we have learned that these Pre-Purchase Inspections are helpful to all parties involved.
The information for this vehicle was provided by the current owner and it is not certified by Specialty Sales Classics. Therefore, it is in no way guaranteed as a basis of purchase. Any statements such as original or numbers-matching should be verified independently by the buyer prior to purchase.
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