This 1928 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan has that ideal look of a cool
classic that captures the jazz age. With a stylish two-tone and
true vintage details, this knows how to be a proper classic
The brown is the right era-correct color, and the black lower
section has the right gloss to really show off the fenders. This
was an application later in life, so it has an aged style that
seems tight for a classic that's rapidly approaching the century
mark. Bright bumpers, a bright grille surround, a clean windshield
overhang, and a taut vinyl top are all part of the memorable
classic style. And a great finishing touch is the yellow wire
wheels. It's a stylish way to show off the whitewall tires and
full-size spare on the rear.
The interior has a classic and attractive style. For example, the
seats are done in vintage tweed, and the brown piping coordinates
with the exterior paint for the right touch of charm. The side
panels were also done to coordinate. You get the big four-spoke
steering wheel, bright center dash panel, fold-out windshield, and
all the other details that make getting inside feel like a trip
back in time.
When you open the hood, you'll see a very honest and correct 201
cubic-inch Ford four-cylinder motor. It has been maintained over
the years to keep this a driver, but you'll be hard-pressed to find
anything out of place (the Model A community has done a terrific
job of making sure parts are available.) The motor runs strong and
delivers the right kind of torque to get this Model A moving
nicely. For many of us classic car fans, there's a euphoric moment
where the sound of the motor and the action of the three-speed
manual transmission really connect with a bygone era.
Complete with service manuals, this is the right Model A for those
people who love driving their history. If that's you, it's time to
hurry up and call now!
1928 Ford Model A
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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