Gateway classic cars of Nashville is Proud to digitally present to
you this 1931 Ford Model A. With an all-steel cab and hood the only
fiberglass on this car is the fenders and running boards. The
resell red paint appears to not yet be dry it is so slick. The red
is carried over to the interior where red and beige seat provide a
comfortable spot to place your backside while driving this dream.
All the comforts of home, or at least more than this car came with
new. Items like Air conditioning, which I am sure is not factory
and a compact disc player with AM/FM to name a few, more to come.
The power to move this beauty comes from a GM crate 350 that has a
set of shorty headers and a six pack, not to drink but to give the
engine 6 holes to throw fuel and air down. This 1931 Ford Model A
is great to look at but better to drive, this old girl moves and
drives so well you will want to use this one to just run errands.
The 350 under the folding hood is linked to a turbo 400 3 speed
automatic transmission, this combination provides a couple more
horsepower than the factory inline 4 and 3 speed manual and gets
better fuel mileage, I guess. Cars like this steel cab 31 model A
are getting more difficult to find and to find one as well put
together as this car, well, don't hesitate to long or this will be
another one off the market. Options for this 1931 Ford Model A
include: Air conditioning, Aluminum rims, AM/FM CD, Power windows
and seat belts. For more information 615.213.1800 or
[email protected] held pursuant to permit No.
19289 of department of licenses granted the 14th day of August
1931 Ford Model A
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