The beloved Model A was built from 1928 through 1931 and help Ford
transition from its dated Model T. Yes, the Model T put Ford on the
map but by now, many auto manufacturers had caught up with the
assembly line and had moved on to a more sophisticated design. The
Model A was built in nine different body styles and in 4 short
years, Ford managed to sell nearly 5 Million examples. They ranged
in prices from just about $500 to just over $1000. This particular
really cool truck example is finished in the classic black over
green with finished off wood bed. The paint is older but still
shows very good and I especially like the painted to match the body
wire wheels. This is a really clean unmolested example that starts
exactly like it should, idyles down nicely and quietly, goes
through all gears properly with really nice brakes with no pulling
or pulsating. The steering has a little play that is pretty common
with these A's. The engine bay is tidy with no apparent major oil
or fuel leaks and does not even really smoke upon cold starting.
There is what I believe to be a original exhaust manifold heater
that works well.
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1929 Ford Model A
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