Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is excited to offer this 1929 Ford Model A. This beautiful Ford is a numbers matching car with only 26,749 actual miles! The 4-cylinder engine is in excellent running condition and is mated to a 3-speed manual transmission that shifts through all gears without hesitation. This Model A drives great and stops with no problems. You will find four new brakes on all corners. There is also a stabilizer bar and a 6-volt alternator with a 6-volt battery. The 6-volt alternator was converted from a 6-volt generator. Turn signals were added all around to make this '29 street legal and safe for cruising. This Model A was painted in this unique gray and black, and was fitted with an additional headlight for driving at any time. The leather interior is in fantastic condition and was reupholstered 2 years ago. The wood was also upgraded 2 years ago, as well as a new battery. The black wire wheels compliment the black top beautifully. New fuel lines, new belts, a new fuel filter, and a carburetor rebuild were all taken care of within the last 2 years. This Model A is ready to be driven for years to come. Take it to your local car show or on a fun Sunday drive. You won't have to worry about reliability with this one! Get behind the wheel today! Let it ride!!! To see 100+ HD pictures and an HD video of this 1929 Ford Model A, please visit http://gatewayclassiccars.com/fort-lauderdale/1929/ford/model-a-S586.html. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Fort Lauderdale showroom at (954) 227-4202 or email us directly at fortlauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com
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