The Ford Model A Woody Wagon is always an attention-getter. After
all, it mixes one of the most iconic early symbols of American
motoring with a true craftsman's touch. And this example really
shows it respects its heritage with a highly authentic presentation
inside and out.
A good Model A Ford is always a welcomed site wherever it goes,
because it fills us all with the same nostalgia as warm apple pie.
So when you can get it in quality wood body, it's as much a symbol
of old-style comfort as an FDR fireside chat. These were built as
work vehicles, because the "station wagon" name has its roots in
taking hotel guests to and from the train station. So the tan and
black metal section of this Model A retain a robust workman kind of
look in its finish to reinforce that authenticity. And the real
wood body is the true star. It's craftsman piece everywhere from
the artful doors to the way the lumber follows the curve of the
rear fender. And it's nicely detailed with the windshield overhang,
wire wheels, and a black vinyl roof covering that matches the
fenders and running boards.
The real wood presentation continues inside, right down to the
flooring. This kind of vehicle was an upgrade from the horse and
buggy era, and so the cushy seat with durable vinyl was what was
considered the real luxury. Three rows of seating were great back
in the day for getting all your guests in one trip. Today it's the
kind of space that makes this a great classic that fits family and
friends, and it will always get you invited to participate in
parades. This Model A is all about being authentic - from the
classic four-spoke steering wheel, to the bright instrument panel.
So the nostalgia is a guarantee for every time you hit the
Ford's 201 cubic-inch four-cylinder engine looks clean and
thoroughly correct in the engine bay. And the way it fires up
reaffirms the feeling that this special wagon has been treated with
proper care. The engine is all about torque, and the three-speed
manual transmission keeps you in control while you shift in-tune
with the motor.
The sale even comes complete with a model replica of the car. This
is the distinctive classic pre-war Ford that you've always wanted,
and it's never been more affordable than now. Don't miss out, call
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