1928 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup First built in the 50's, then the
last builder found the body in a scrap yard in the late 60's and
proceed to build the car you see here in the early 70's. All
original Henry Ford steel with the body channelled over a custom
frame that is c-notched 6' in the rear. Original 1932 grille and
shell that has been sectioned, filled, and peaked. Car runs a SBF
based 331 stroker with Holley tri-power, Joe Hunt coil on
distributor, early Cal Custom valve covers, power is transferred
through a Ford C4 transmission to a Ford 8' rear end. Traditional
front end with dropped axle, transverse springs and lever shocks.
The original builders friend worked at a chrome shop, so all
suspension and axles are nickel plated chrome. Below is a link to
an article and video when the car won the Lokar Driven Award at the
Detroit Autorama in 2018. The only difference is the car now runs a
Holley tri-power. After Autorama and subsequent media coverage, the
original builder, after losing contact with the car, contacted me,
we had a long talk and it was as if he was standing next to the
car, according to him, the only parts bought new at the time were
the headlight stantions, everything else is custom. Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1928 Ford Model A
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