Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1931 Ford
Model A Woody Wagon. The Model A was produced from 1928-1932 with
over 4.8 million units sold. By 1930 there was over nine body
styles available. Including such models as coupes, convertibles,
sedans, town cars, station wagons, taxicabs, trucks, and limitless
commercial variations. The engine was a water cooled inline four
cylinder attached to an unsynchronized three-speed sliding gear
manual transmission. Brakes consisted of four-wheel mechanical
drums. The Model A was the first Ford to use what we think of as a
conventional clutch, brake pedal and floor gearshift. Ford also
promoted the Model A to be the first car to have a safety glass
windshield.This 1931 Ford Model A Woody Wagon is painted in beige
with black fenders. The wood body craftmanship is beautiful as it
has been painstakingly restored to its present condition. The black
wire wheels, wide whitewall tires and chromed spare tire covers/
front grille add to the sophisticated look of this Woody Wagon. The
black vinyl interior is appointed with three row seating for seven.
Under the hood is a flathead inline four cylinder attached to a
three-speed manual transmission w/ overdrive. What would be more
fun than taking the whole family out for a Sunday afternoon drive
in this 1931 Ford Model A Woody Wagon. Or a picnic for seven with
room left over for a picnic basket or two. Champagne anyone!
1931 Ford Model A
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