1929 Ford Model A Restomod Pickup ?Custom Model A Pickup with over
$200,000 spent on the build ?Show winning truck ?TCI chassis with
custom independent front suspension ?Custom ALA-CART front end
?Burgundy metallic exterior with tan leather interior ?350 CID
small-block Chevrolet engine with Dart heads and Hillsboro 8-stack
electronic fuel injection and dual exhausts ?Bowles 700R4
four-speed automatic transmission with Currie nine-inch polished
Ford rear end ?Custom hood and hood sides with Alumicraft grille
?Billet Specialties Vintec five-spoke alloy wheels ?Oak cargo bed
floor with ultraviolet-resistant finish ?Swing-away steering column
mount with Ididit steering column ?Custom dash panel with AutoMeter
gauges ?Custom Zero to Cool radiator ?Powermaster alternator,
starter This custom Ford Model A Pickup was the personal truck and
build by the owner of Old Dog Street Rods right here in St. Louis
before his passing. It was a $200,000 build using only the best of
the best and many decades of build experience! Dressed in high
quality metallic burgundy paint with an oak cargo bed floor, the
truck?s paint and trim are in overall excellent condition. The
custom body is straight and solid and those oak planks in the cargo
bed carry an ultraviolet-resistant finish. This truck rolls on
Goodyear radials, size 225/45ZR17 in front and 245/45R18 in back.
Each tire is mounted on a Billet Specialties Vintec five-spoke
chrome wheel. The wheels and tires are all in very good order.
Underneath, this truck rides on a immaculate TCI chassis with
custom independent front suspension and a custom ALA-CART front
end. The truck wears a custom steel hood, hood sides, an Alumicraft
grille and vertically-stacked headlights. Under that custom hood is
a 350 CID Smallblock Chevrolet V-8 with the following modifications
? Dart heads, Hillsboro eight-stack electronic fuel injection,
Powermaster alternators and starter, Custom Zero to Cool radiator
and breathing via dual exhausts. Backing this motor is a Bowles
700R4 four-speed automatic transmission and a Currie nine-inch
polished Ford rear end. Inside, the cab features tan leather
upholstery, tan carpet and matching headliner, all in excellent
condition. The three-spoke, aftermarket steering wheel is mounted
on an Ididit custom steering column and has a swing-away column
mount to aid ingress and egress. The wheel frames a custom metal
dashboard replete with AutoMeter gauges but the fuel gauge is
inoperable. A floor-mounted shift lever rounds out the interior.
The custom hardtop is also removable if you choose and we have
photographed the truck with top on and off. If you?re looking for a
cool custom Model A pickup to add to your collection, this
customized Model A would fit the bill. Ditto if you?re after
something unique to take your local cruise night or car show
events. Stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check out this
customized Model A truck! VIN: 455945 This truck is currently
located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on
the odometer shows 1,600 miles since restoration. It is sold as is,
where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt Missouri title. GET
OUT AND DRIVE!!!? Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed
below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.
1929 Ford Model A
Location:St. Louis, Missouri
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