1931 Ford Model A Two Door. The title says it's a 1930 Ford Two
Door. The Model A Restorers Club has identified it as a 1931 Tudor.
The VIN identifies it as being built in July of 1931, The clear
title is in my name, and lists the VIN as 9717999. This appears to
also be a typo, as the engine is stamped A4717999 from the factory.
I can't find a number on the spare engine as it's been painted
blue. The pictures show it from the driver's side exterior,
passenger exterior, front exterior, back exterior, engine left
side, engine right side, exterior roof, interior roof, front seats,
rear bench seat. The crank is present as well as a brand new 6 volt
battery which I have not yet installed. It does need restoration of
the whole interior and the leather roof, which is a weathered brown
leather. The windshield is craked on the passenger side, and one of
the turn signal lenses got broken when we moved it out of the barn
to get the daylight pictures of the exterior. I was told the
passenger side front shock needs to be replaced. Please Note The
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1931 Ford Model A
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