Gateway Classic Cars is excited to present this 1929 Ford Model A
pickup at our Milwaukee location. The Model A was manufactured from
1927-1931. It was the second success story after the Model T for
Ford. Originally it was available in four standard colors. By 1930
Model a Sales topped three million and was offered in nine body
styles. By the end of its production run in 1932 over 48 million
units were sold. The engine was a water cooled inline four with a
displacement of a 201 cu in. The transmission was a conventional
unsynchronized three speed sliding gear manual. The model A
incorporated four-wheel mechanical brakes. It was also the first
vehicle to have safety glass in the windshield. Our 1929 Ford Model
A pickup is a fine example of Fords ingenuity in making a
reliable"work horse" for the masses. You bought a Model A truck
with just a cab and had your bed specially designed to fit you
individual needs. This model a truck was restored in 2015. Painted
in gorgeous teal with black fender and running boards. The yellow
wire wheels are the accent to the body colors. Chrome bumpers and
grille along with a wood bed and stake rails really makes this
truck a site to behold. Under the hood is the 201 cu in 4 attached
to a three speed sliding gear manual. The interior is redone with
brown Naugahyde. A new guage cluster has been installed. This 1929
Ford Model A pickup even has a flying goose radiator cap, soring
this truck into its new life as a retired show queen.
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