Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is excited to offer this 1929 Ford
Model A by our DFW Showroom. The Ford Model A was the Ford Motor
Company's market success after its predecessor the Model T. First
produced on October 20, 1927- but not introduced until December 2,
it replaced the venerable Model T, which had been produced for 18
years. By February 4, 1929--Ford had sold 1 million Model A's and
by July of 1929, they had sold 2 Million. This Model A looks as if
it rolled off the Manufacturing line and right into our showroom.
The exterior is a combination of a beautiful elegant Black with
Black painted fenders and light Yellow spoked wheels. This Model A
is powered by an inline 4-cylinder engine and operated by a 3-speed
manual transmission. Indeed, it also has an alluring Red
cloth/Vinyl interior, with classy dash trim. Other things of note
with this vehicle, is that the 6-volt battery that starts up great,
with a recent oil change and tune-up, White Wall Tires, Rear Spare
Tire Holder, and the ever-so popular "Rumble Seat" behind the cab!
You can view this 1929 Ford Model A in greater detail including HD
pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at
gatewayclassiccars.com If you are interested in purchasing this
vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call
817-310-9400 or email us at [email protected] or come
to our showroom!
1929 Ford Model A
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