KEPT INSIDE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED BUILDING.
1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan, Vin #4304459, January 1931.
Mileage on odometer 15,890.
A clean 1931 Model A Tudor Sedan - All steel body and fenders, turn signals, cowl lights, radiator stone guard, NEW INTERIOR 2011, New wiring, rear luggage rack and extra original tools/lots of extra parts. Vinyl roof GOOD condition, like new tires. The engine runs great, engine tuned up this year. It is a nice riding, easy shifting car, cruise 40-50 MPR on all roads. It has 6 volt alternator. Exterior paint is in GOOD condition. The engine is 200 cu. in.
SECOND OWNER/WASHINGTON STATE CAR
PRICED TO SALE
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