Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present 1930
Ford Model A Tudor Sedan Hot Rod. The Model A was produced from
1928-1932 with over 4.8 million units sold and by 1930 there were
over nine body styles available. The Model A Tudor is widely
recognized as the hotrodder's choice of chassis for builds of all
kinds. As I'm sure you've noticed, a true hotrodder has had their
hands on this one at some point and has made quite a few changes to
the drivetrain and appearance. This bad-to-the-bone Model A is
equipped with a 402CID roller V-8 with a Competition Cams "Thumpr"
cam, Offenhauser manifold, dual Edelborck carburetors, long tube
Hedman headers flowing through a dual exhaust. All that power goes
through the TH400 automatic transmission with a B&M shift kit
and into the 9" Ford rear end. The wheels are Rocket Racing
polished 5-spokes sitting in a set of sticky Mickey Thompson tires.
New front disc brakes with drums in the rear help stop all this
power. The body has been painted in a bright red with white hot
flames. Features include an exposed engine bay (engine skirts
included), a windshield visor, a driver and passenger side mirror,
Vintage air, polished headlight housings, polished and paint
matched suspension. The cabin is trimmed in gray cloth bucket seats
with matching carpet and door panels. Additional interior features
include lap belts, a gray finished dashboard, and a Pioneer
AM/FM/CD stereo with new speakers. The custom 3-spoke steering
wheel sits nicely in front of a set of Stewart-Warner gauges that
include a 160mph speedometer, water temperature, oil pressure, fuel
level and battery voltage. If you're looking for a fiery hotrod
that's like nothing else, then this is the one you want to own, but
you better hang on!
1930 Ford Model A
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