This 1931 Ford Model A has a lot going for it. This is a rear slant
windshield model, and the paint appears to be the original
application. And since a distinct patina sedan would make for an
awesome cruiser, you've also been upgraded to a five-speed and
Toyota power under the hood.
The slant windshield sedan is a 1931-only body style that can be
easily identified by its namesake inclined front glass. That gets
people thinking about a true classic. And if you like a real
vintage machine, then this one has even more to offer. The paint is
believed to be the original application. Yes, while some people
boast about Henry Ford steel, it looks like you may get to brag
about Henry Ford paint! It has a ton of earned patina that really
sets the tone nicely for its originality. Plus, details like the
red wire wheels, chrome double bumpers, and MotoMeter radiator carp
transcend the well-earned worn-in style.
Suicide doors open up to show off more of that patina style inside.
We like the way this one is presented right now. After all, it
doesn't take much to invest in something new, but fans of survivor
style know it takes decades to wear in this kind of presentation.
And this still retains nice details like the fold-out windshield
and a flower holder for the rear seat. There are also the right
detail upgrades for a true cruiser, like turn signals, cup holders,
and auxiliary gauges.
You're going to love showing off the motor because it's such a
unique addition. In fact, while the original Ford powerhouse was
known to be as tough as an anvil, the Toyota 22R motor you now have
under the hood here is an even hardier reputation. And decades of
evolution means better power from a smaller package. It's easier,
smooth, and a great cruiser upgrade. The same goes for the
five-speed manual transmission. There are even nice supporting
components you never got in the original Ford like an alternator
and an electric fan. So while this one still ambles down the road
like a classic Model A, the package is much more friendly to
encourage even more Sunday drives.
Awesome patina style brings out the history in this rare slant
windshield sedan, and the powerhouse upgrade makes it easier to
show off everywhere. So it makes for quite a cool and distinct
total package. Call today!!!
1931 Ford Model A
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