Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is lucky to be able to
offer another exceptional street rod, this 1929 Ford Model A
Roadster in bronze & champagne color scheme. Take a look at this
bad boy- clean lines, and well done. Sits great too. It's a big
departure from a stock 1929 Ford A, that's for sure- a time when
the stock market crashed, and the world as they knew it changed
dramatically. We really love the colors and finish on this car, as
it gives it a sporty, yet rich look. And the aluminum wheels and
tire choice are just right for it. Tall guys- take note. This one
actually has quite a bit of room inside! Many of these cars have
limited legroom or other issues, preventing a lot of folks from
buying them. Not this one. A 6' 4" relatively fit guy would have no
problem. The interior is clean, simple and very comfortable. Now we
need to note this is a fair weather vehicle- it has no wipers or
top but of course you could have them added later if needed. It is
a car to have fun with in good weather... day or night. Power
brakes and tilt wheel just add to the comfort. This lightweight
packs a punch with a strong 5.7 liter Chevrolet LT1 and 4-speed
automatic, offering more than enough power to get your adrenaline
flowing. So yeah, it packs a serious punch and it goes! This car is
simple, fun to drive and a heck of a good looking car.
1929 Ford Model A
Exterior Color:Orange & Tan
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