This 1931 Ford 400A (or A400 as some call it) convertible sedan is
one of the most rare and desirable Model A body-styles. Total
production of this car is estimated at 5,093 world-wide, and this
"A" has a registry group (A400group.com) of its own. Car was in
Arizona since 2002, and in Minnesota prior to that. It is listed in
the A400 Registry. Most recent owner had it professionally
refinished in the correct Washington Blue/Riviera Blue/Black color
scheme and it looks amazing with the contrasting Tacoma Cream
wheels. This is a late '31 production unit with the indented
firewall. Deep tan upholstery is correct for this model as are the
rare ash trays in the rear seating area. Engine recently rebuilt by
local North Carolina Model A guru John Klutz. Car starts, runs, and
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