For Sale: 1928 Ford Model A in Vacaville, California

Vehicle Description

OK guys, here you go.......this is all original and rebuilt model A 1928 Coupe with Rumble Seat. Unfortunately, I have the honor of selling this vehicle in which my father-in-law, Gary Lambert, poured hundreds of hours into a fine tuned, and well running 28.  He was well known for increasing horse power while keeping the original look. 

Let's all face it, one of the principal finds is a well running vehicle that can be dependable and counted upon to take you through the trips, events and gatherings. This is that ideal classic and it creates all the comforts of the originality in 1928, yet afforded with the restoration and remodel of just 5 years ago.

This is an original California car with no rust and is solid throughout. He was a member of the Northern California Model A club.    The car was restored from the car from the ground up with all original parts when possible.

12 volt conversion
Miller Hi  Speed Engine Kit  ($4623.00)
    *356- T-6 Aluminum Head with CNC machined deck
           *6.25:1 competition ratio with thick deck
    *Austin Healey High-Lift 1.5: 1 Rockers
    *SS valves
    *Finned Aliminum Miller HD Side Plate
Miller Leak-less water pump
Miller Exhaust Headers
Weber 2-barrel carburetor
Mallory Unilite Ignition with MSD Ignition HD wires. 
Mitchell Hi-Lo Gear Splitter
Remote column push button start
Signal-Stat turn signals
Wideband Electronic Air/Fuel mixture gauge
RPM gauge on aluminum paddle mounts
Parts were purchased from: Sacramento Vintage Ford 
Lebaron Bonney Co. (Complete Interior Kit) 


Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1264589
  • Price:$19,500 (OBO)
  • Location:Vacaville, California
  • Year:1928
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Model A
  • Exterior Color:Black
  • Interior Color:Brown
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Engine Size:Inline 4
  • Odometer:10000
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Excellent
  • Seat Material:Cloth
  • Engine History:Replaced
  • Engine Condition:Running
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive