The restoration of this 1930 Ford Phaeton can only be described
with one word - superb. Most of the restoration process took place
in 2016 and there was nothing left to chance. The body's exterior
was professionally repainted in a classic two-tone combination. All
the bright work, including the stunning grill, is in excellent
condition. Dual spare tires adorn the running boards and there is a
huge 'accessory trunk' strapped to the folding rear platform. A
Phaeton folding top is in excellent condition. Our Model A's
interior has been meticulously restored with classic pleated black
vinyl upholstery. The handsome steering wheel, door cards and
chrome gauge cluster are in outstanding condition. This vintage
Phaeton is powered by Ford's 201ci 4-cylinder engine w/electric
starter that is said to have been totally rebuilt - sounds great,
as only a flathead can. Output was rated at 40hp and it is backed
by a 3-speed manual gearbox with floor shift. The spotless chassis
is equipped with 4-wheel mechanical drum brakes, leaf spring
suspension and 30-spoke yellow metal wire wheels that mount 19"
Firestone tires. This classic Model A Phaeton is a living piece of
art that would look right at home in your Blue Oval garage. ALL
VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1930 Ford Model A
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Drab Green/Black
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