Model As are the epitome of cool and this one is no exception to
that rule. This Ford is tastefully customized with a nod to hot
rodding days gone by with a modern transplanted engine and modified
It is a real deal restored 1928 Ford Model A 2 Door that we have
here at Skyway Classics that was built for cruising with comfort in
mind and is ready to take you to car shows, cruises or just out for
ice cream with your significant other.
1928 Ford Model A 2 Door
Small block Ford engine
Aluminum performance intake
Performance spark plug wires
Factory cast iron exhaust headers
Chrome triangular air cleaner
Chrome valve covers and radiator overflow tube
3-speed automatic trans
Mustang II type front end with power rack and pinion steering
Front disc brakes
Coil over shocks and traction bars in the rear
Clean and restored interior consists of cloth woven twin bucket
Tilt steering column
Dash holds the set of performance aftermarket gauges
Sport steering wheel
Touch screen system in the dash panel
Painted in a pretty dark blue
Ghost flames on the cowl and hood
5-spoke custom aftermarket wheels
Fat black sidewall tires.
Headlight housings are chrome
Chrome front and rear bumper
Black side running boards
Pop open the side hood and you will see the small block Ford engine
that has been transplanted and makes a whole lot more horsepower
than it did when it originally left the factory.
It is further enhanced by the aluminum performance intake, shiny
4-barrel carb, performance spark plug wires, factory cast iron
exhaust headers, and chrome triangular air cleaner, chrome accents
include the valve covers an radiator overflow tube and it also has
The transmission is a 3-speed automatic with power going back to
the rear end. It has a modern Mustang II type front end with power
rack and pinion steering and front disc brakes that make for an
enjoyable ride. That comfort and performance is matched with coil
over shocks and traction bars in the rear.
The clean and restored interior consists of cloth woven twin bucket
seats that bring a modern touch and comfort to the interior. It has
a tilt steering column makes getting in and out much easier and
cold blowing A/C keeps you cool on those summer cruise nights.
The dash holds the set of performance aftermarket gauges, sport
steering wheel, and a touch screen system in the dash panel.
The steel body is painted in a pretty dark blue that shines and
ghost flames on the cowl and hood breaks it up nicely. It rides on
5-spoke custom aftermarket wheels and fat black sidewall tires.
The headlight housings are chrome and look great with the stainless
grill, chrome front and rear bumper, and the full fenders and black
side running boards.
This is a solid and very nicely restored 1928 Ford Model A 2 Door
that we have here at Skyway Classics that needs only a new home.
With comfort and style to spare, this old Ford is going to make its
new owner very happy and popular at car shows.
So, give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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prior to offer or purchase being made.
1928 Ford Model A
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