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 which is
extremely impressive considering automotive travel was still fairly
new. Suddenly an easier way to get around was possible for typical
families and roads began improving and spreading so reaching
certain destinations was now feasible. This beautiful 1930 Model A
5 Window Coupe is in excellent condition. It was purchased by the
current owner in 2013 who has kept it very well maintained for the
last 9 years. He is a collector and has owned many types of
vehicles but gravitates towards older Model A's and Model T's. This
one has been kept very original and nostalgic looking. You see so
many of these cars get cut up and street rodded which really makes
you start to appreciate the stock ones that have been kept alive.
In fact, the person that sold it to the current owner personally
picked him to sell it to because he knew he is a guy that will keep
it stock. The all original steel body is in great shape and painted
in Black. It is all rust free and has been a Texas car for most of
its life. The spoke wheels and dual side mounts are painted a
bright Green which contrasts nicely with the body. It has its
original style stock front bumper up front and split bumper in
rear. It also has its original steel/wood luggage rack as well as
the bumper and fender mounted stepping points to crawl into the
rumble seat. The chrome radiator shell has a nice shine and has its
original winged Motometer hood ornament. All of the glass is in
good condition and it has the pop out windshield with the overhead
visor. The tires are Firestone Wide White walls that are in good
The original louvered four piece steel hood opens from both sides
to show off the smooth running 4 cylinder motor. It has a stock
look and runs well. The drive train, suspension and brakes are all
the stock set up but based on appearance and functionality seem to
have been rebuilt in the past. The carburetor was rebuilt in 2020.
It is still a 6 volt system but the generator has been swapped out
with a 6V alternator. It also has been upgraded with turn signals,
electronic ignition and electronic fuel pump.
The interior is finished out in a Brown cloth upholstery which
looks great and has a nice original look. It has a bench seat and
stock style door panels with pockets and original handles. The
rumble seat is done in Brown and is in great shape as well. The
dash has an original look with the original style gauge cluster and
an Apco temp gauge underneath. For added safety seat belts have
also been mounted in place.
This vintage of car is getting harder to find especially in such a
good, unmodified state. It would make a nice addition to any
Make it yours for $24,950.00!
1930 Ford Model A
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