Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1930 Ford
Model A Speedster. Ford's Model A was their follow up to the
revolutionary Model T. With a more user friendly design the Model A
was popular and successful in its own right. This 1930 example has
been turned into a speedster thanks to a kit from Rootlieb INC and
boy does it look speedy! The wood body parts have been sealed in
epoxy and fiberglass and the body trim has been extended at the
rear of the chassis. Painted in an olive green and complemented by
lime green wire wheels this Speedster has a look all its own. The
running boards are Brazilian Cherry and the front bumper is both
Brazilian Cherry and Oak. The bucket seats are custom upholstered
in a brown leather and make any tush fit like a glove. On the
wooden dash you'll find a mounted antique ring wind clock and a
push button starter. The engine is a standard Model A engine that
has been upgraded to a 12V system that features fuses to protect
all circuits. Also upgraded on the engine is an automated timing
system. The more you look at this Speedster the more you notice the
nice little details. If you're looking for a unique old Ford that
will get attention wherever you go this is the one you want to own!
Options include spare tire, seat belts, leather interior, and wire
1930 Ford Model A
Exterior Color:Olive Green
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