Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is proud to present this 1930 Ford
Model A Tudor Sedan Hot Rod. 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 1930 Model A Tudor Sedan Hot Rod is painted
in Plymouth Prowler Burnt Orange with a contrasting white vinyl
roof and interior. The body has been chopped four inches giving
this Model A distinctive look. The frame consists of 2X4 steel with
a five inch Z in the rear. Chromed steel wheels, fat rear tires and
open engine add to the hot rod look. The 239.4 cubic inch 1939 Ford
flathead has been completely modified. Including an Isky grind
camshaft bored 60 thousandths over, dual carburetor intake
manifold, heavy-duty valve springs from Performance Valve, BA 6200
piston rods, 12-volt stater and Mallory electronic ignition. A C-4
automatic transmission is attached to a nine-inch rear end with
four bar and adjustable coil overs. An electric radiator fan and
front disk brakes are nice additions.
1930 Ford Model A
Exterior Color:Burnt Orange
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