1931 Ford Sedan 1931 modified model 'A' two door sedan. The best of
both worlds. A 1931 model 'A' body sitting on a custom made frame.
The first 39 inches of the frame accommodates the 1940 ford flat
head engine and transmission. Note the unique shifter in the floor.
This arrangement is one of a kind. The next 60 inches of the frame
accommodates the 1940 ford flat head engine and transmission. Note
the shifter in the floor. This unique arrangement is one of a kind.
The next 60 inches of the frame accommodates the model 'A' body.
Study the pictures closely to get an appreciation of this unique
build. The car is brand new from the tires to the top. Only 351
miles. The steel top was cut out of a Jeep Cherokee and welded in
the model 'A' body. Check out the dash. The top half is model 'A'
and the bottom is from a '32 Ford. In 1939 ford took the shifter
out of the floor and put it on the steering column. However, ford
left the shifter in the floor through 1948 in the pick up. I found
a '48 truck transmission and took the gears out of my '40 box and
installed them in this car which allowed me to have the shifter on
the floor. Check out the details. The radiator is a special order
from Walker. I called Travis Walker to get him to modify the '40
ford radiator. If you look closely you will see the filler cap
assembly is from a '32' and it is mounted below the top of the
radiator. This modification allowed the shell to fit smoothly
across the top with no break for a filler cap. Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1931 Ford Model A
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