When Mr. Henry Ford perfected the mass production assembly line he
changed the world. Average consumers could now afford reliable
transportation as the way he designed his vehicles greatly reduced
their cost. Simple things like offering 4 basic color combinations
might have limited options but made it possible to sell a whopping
2 million Model A's by July of 1929. As they approach their 100th
anniversary these things are getting harder and harder to find.
This Roadster Pickup is a more desirable body style and is all
original steel. This is an extremely clean Model A and is a
national show winner. It is painted in a nice Green and Black color
combination with a Black roadster top. The truck wears a lot of its
stock original features like its original horn and original
bumpers. The bed has all been redone and is in excellent condition
with wood stake sides. Being a roadster it doesn't have side
windows but does come with snap on side curtains. It sits on its
original Yellow spoke wheels with a matching left side spare with
chrome Ford center caps and Firestone tires.
Under the 4 piece louvered hood is its original 201 CID L head
inline 4 cylinder motor that runs well. The motor and engine
compartment all looks very stock and painted in Green but it has an
alternator in place of a generator. A battery cut off switch has
also been added. The radiator on it is new as are the hoses. The
transmission is a 3 speed manual that shifts smoothly. The
undercarriage of the truck is all solid and all painted.
The interior is all nicely restored with a reupholstered Black
bench seat. The dash has a nicely painted Green and wears the stock
style chrome bezel.
This is a great looking truck and has to be one of the nicer
examples of a Model A Roadster Pickup still on the road.
Get this clean '29 for $35,000.00!
1929 Ford Model A
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