This 1931 Ford Model A represents the start of engineering history
with mechanical brakes that function well. It was purchased by its
current owner from an exclusive collector of '30s-style vehicles
and has been kept in heated storage since 2009. This Model A is
powered by a 40hp 4-cylinder engine paired with a 3-speed manual
transmission and is equipped with a new battery. Everything works
as it should.
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