The Model A was introduced in 1927 as a follow up to the Model T's
previous 18 years of success. It proved to be just as successful
with 1 million of them being sold by the time February of 1929
rolled around. From there sales jumped even further and by 5 months
later in July that number doubled to 2 million. When production
ended in 1932 nearly 5 million Model A's had been sold and it was
clear automotive travel had taken the world by storm. This 1930
Ford Model A Tudor Sedan is a very cool classic that has a lot of
neat things going on with it. It is all original steel throughout
and 100% rust free. It is pretty amazing to see all of the original
metal has made it this many years still intact. It has been
purposely kept looking all original but has been rebuilt to be a
reliable driver and has passed the NSRA safety inspection multiple
times to back that up. It still wears its original Blue painted
body and Black fenders. It has its original front bumper, roof
visor, cowl lights, headlights and taillights. The glass is all
there and in good condition. The top is currently covered but the
car comes with the metal to fill it in should the new owner want to
do so. It rides on a set of aftermarket 15 inch wheels with
Speedway hubcaps wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires.
What makes this thing so neat is combined with that very original
exterior is a more modern drive train making the car extremely road
worthy. It has been driven to Bonneville, Yellowstone and all
around Colorado. You would have no hesitation to hop in this
classic and go on a trip. With no side panels the 350 V8 motor is
revealed to the world and features a 4 barrel carb, chrome valve
covers, chrome air cleaner and flat top pistons. It also has an
aluminum flywheel with a 5 speed transmission out of a Camaro with
a big clutch. The rear end is a Ford 9 inch with 3:50 gears and is
not posi track. They even took it to the point of converting the
front brakes to disc and adding a dual master cylinder, power
steering and AC. It truly is a great comfortable driving car.
The interior of the car is done in Gray upholstery and dual bucket
seats have been added. It does not currently have its rear seat
installed but it does come with one. The shifter has been routed
through the floor and moves through the gears smoothly. The dash
has been kept pretty much original with its original gauges still
in place but a Stewart Warner tachometer and Speedometer have been
added. In front of the driver is a tilt column set up topped off
with a Wood steering wheel. The brake pedal and clutch are a custom
Nascar style set up which function properly. The AC is an Old Air
system and cools with no issues.
This really is a neat car that has a ton of potential. If you are
looking for a restoration project it is going to be tough to find a
straighter all steel original Model A like this. That being said,
you don't really have to do anything to it. It could be kept
looking all original and enjoyed as is.
Make this unique Model A yours for $18,500.00!
1930 Ford Model A
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