1930 Model A Cabriolet slant windshield, dual sidemounts. Titled (as a 30 Roadster). Title matches the motor #. It starts and runs good. Rear tires are correct 19" front tires are 17". I can give the buyer 2 more correct rims if he wants them.
Rough body. The body was apart at one time. Tops of rear 1/4's have rust through in them. The doors were missing. The doors on it now are from a 4 door that have the window frames cut off of them. They are nearly the same door. You will need to fabricate the top of the doors to match the body line and also the top of the window frame. I have one window regulator in one of the doors. No window frames, no top bows. The base of the windshield pillar mounts are both cracked and need to be welded up. The trunklid is rough. It has a patch on it but should have a new skin put on it.
This is a fairly rare and desirable model A and can still be put together. $5000.
DANS OLD CARS
7933 Co Rd 14 NE
Miltona, MN 56354
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