Classic Car Marketing, Inc. Southern California’s premier marketing company is pleased to introduce this new listing offered for sale by one of our clients.
This Show Stopping 1930 Model A Tudor is simply stunning. Three-year build with only 9 shakedown miles featuring all the creature comforts you could want. The show quality custom Black Cherry paint will blow you away. This dream has a built 350-c.i. motor with INGLES induction with chrome Weber 48’s, 4L60E custom-polished transmission, TCI chassis with polished Kugel Komponents with IRS-3.73.1 rear-end, IFS front suspension with Mustang II rack and pinion steering and ALDAN coil-overs on all four corners. The 30 also features flush doors, custom door pulls, and a 3 ½ inch roof chop. On the inside, take a peek at the Ididit steering column, custom light grey leather interior by Gabe’s Custom Upholstery, Lokar floor-mounted shifter, chrome pedals, Budnik wheel, power windows, classic analog gauges, Pioneer CD head unit, twin Earthquake amplifiers, air and heat. Every engine surface, as well as the chassis components has been painted, polished, plated or powder-coated. This hot rod is world class. Offered at $142,500 OBO. For more information please visit our website at www.classiccarmarketing.net or call us at 619-972-7073. Please mention the vehicle you are inquiring about so we can respond promptly. Inspections are encouraged before any purchase, of any vehicle, anywhere.
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‘I’m a Ramblin’ Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer…”