Zoom Classic Cars presents this 1930 Ford Model A Highboy Custom
Coupe. 302CI High Output Ford Engine from 1970 with cam, roller
rockers and heads that are newer than 1970. Auutomatic Transmission
with Lokar Shift. Less than 500 miles since build completion in
2022. Car features the following: Starting with a body from TN, the
Roof was completely filled in and then chopped 3 inches and the
frame was boxed and zead 5 inches in the rear. All new metal
floors. The Frame has a speedway front-end that has been dropped 4
inches with disc brakes and an all chrome vega steering box. The
doors have been outfitted with Bear Jaw latches and do not have
glass. Doors open from the bottom and the door handles are just for
show. Engine is a 1970 Ford Mustang High Output 302 coupled with a
C4 Mustang automatic transmission and 8 inch Ford Rear-end. Lokar
shifter. Chrome headers, new Edelbrock AVS-2 Carb, electric choke
with fuel cell and battery located in the trunk. Note that the
original gas tank remains under the custom dash built to add new
gauges and vintage Mustang Speedometer. Other gauges include oil
amp, temp and amp gauges. Red Mustang bucket seat finishes off the
very clean and neat interior. Suspension includes hairpin radius
rods in the front-end and coil-overs in the rear. Extra long ladder
bars. Sprint roadster exhaust. Chrome LED headlights and 1950
Pontiac LED tailights. The car rides on American Racing wheels on
brand new Kelly tires. 205.70.15 in the Front and 31.10.5 in the
Rear. Black paint is in very nice overall condition with a few
minor scratches and imperfections as shown. The speedometer needs
to be hooked up. Car comes with C4 transmission cable but will need
an adapter for plug-in to the transmission. This is a very nice
build that is fun to drive, looks and sounds terrific. Registered
in Maine but currently stored in MA. Sells with a Bill of Sale and
Maine transferable registration. Call Jeff for more information or
to schedule a viewing and test drive. Thanks for Looking.
1930 Ford Model A
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
Interior Color:Black and Red
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