Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to present this beautiful
1930 Ford Model A. The Ford Model A was the Ford Motor Company's
second market success after its predecessor, the Model T. First
produced on October 20, 1927, but not introduced until December 2,
it replaced the venerable Model T, which had been produced for 18
years. This Model A is equipped with a 201 CI Inline 4-cylinder
engine and mated to the 3-speed manual transmission. This car
starts up and runs great and looks just as good. The current owner
has enjoyed this piece of Ford History for the past 33 plus years
and is finally allowing someone else the opportunity to make
memories in it. The two-toned burgundy and grey paint theme does
show the age while looking period correct. The interior is well
kept. Options on this 1930 Model A Tudor include: Spare tire, Wire
wheels, Cloth Interior, and Bias Ply tires. If you are wanting
something to take to church or even steal the show at your local
parade, this could be the one for you. This Model A is also
equipped with an electronic distributor, new alternator, water
pump, disc brakes and a rebuilt carburetor. Don't miss your
opportunity to own a piece of Ford history in our Denver Showroom.
It can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and a
HD video at https://youtu.be/7EdJyBSFEBs
1930 Ford Model A
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