Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1929 Ford
Model A 2 Door Sedan. When it comes to old school hotrods modified
old Fords are THE cars of the era. The Model A in particular is
known for being a popular choice for the hot rod enthusiast crowd.
This 29 Model A sedan is looks quite menacing dressed in it's flat
black paint and sitting on smoked chrome American Racing wheels.
According to the owner this vehicle's body is Ford Steel and has
Rottlieb hood and sides. As you walk around the vehicle you'll
notice nice details like the custom pinstriping and handsome
exhaust pipes borrowed from a BMW M5. Take a seat inside and you're
greeted by a comfortable cloth upholstered interior with bucket
seats up front and a bench in the rear. It even is equipped with a
power sunroof! Under the hood is a 302 cubic inch V8 that is fed by
a Holley 4150 carb and Performer RPM manifold. The transmission is
a C6 3 speed automatic and sends power to a 8 rear end with 3.0
gears. Imagine how this hot rod can get up and go! Keeping this hot
rod glued to the road is a Mustang II front end, fully adjustable 4
link rear and AQ1 shocks all around. If you're looking for an old
Model A hotrod that is sure to impress at any show this is the one
you want to own! Options include AM/FM radio, power sunroof, seat
belts and alloy wheels wrapped in radial tires.
1929 Ford Model A
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