The prior owner took this 1931 Model A down to the frame and built it back up beautifully. I bought the car as part of my purchase of his house in Hartland, ME. Living in Florida, I sent my father and sister to check out the house on the lake to see if I should buy it. When they visited and saw the Model A in the garage, my father called me and told me "The hell with the house, buy the Model A."
So I bought both. After his father passed away when he was 13, my father's stepfather bought him a Model A when he was 16 years old in 1946. As you can imagine, he was the Big Man On Campus in high school driving his friends and girlfriends around in his black Model A. I bought this one so I could drive him around town in it. We had a lot of fun, even when it had some challenges starting. I've gotten those issues resolved and the car runs well and looks like a champ. Of course, you don't want to drive too fast down the road in this car.
My father passed away last year, so there's no longer a need to drive him around in the Model A. I now need the garage space to brew beer. Besides, I am no mechanic and I don't have the skill or know how to keep and maintain this car. It needs to find a place that will love and care for it better than I'm able to.