Gateway Classic Cars of Nashville is proud to digitally present
this lovely 1931 Ford Model A Tudor. In the early years of the
automobile, Henry Ford pioneered ways to offer a more affordable
car. Enter, the model A Ford which would go on to be one of the
most popular jalopies or hotrods in the post war era. Built Ford
tough nearly 90 years ago, this little Tudor keeps on motoring.
Sporting little more than wire wheels and a spare tire for options
for this Model A proves that the little things in life are often
the most enjoyable. With just over 4795 miles since the rebuild on
this 4-cylinder engine and 3 speed manual transmission, this car
has years of enjoyment ahead! With a slick red and Black exterior
color, its not only easy on the eyes but also a classic timepiece
in modern America. Climbing into the cabin you can rest on plush
cloth seating that is as comfy as the couch at your home. Turn the
fuel on, step on the ignition button on the floor and get ready to
make some memories! This machine will make you grin from ear to
ear, dont miss out !!! This 1931 Ford Model A can be seen in
greater detail including 100+ HD photos at
www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information, please call the
Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an email at
held pursuant to permit No. 19289 of department of licenses granted
the 14th day of August 2015.
1931 Ford Model A
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