Extremely rare model A deluxe roadster pickup. Less than 200 miles on a flawless restoration. Powered by an inline 4 cylinder 200.5cid 40hp engine it could reportidly reach the blazing speed of 75 miles per hour, quite a feat for the roads of the day. Black with red pin stripe accents. Etched glass wind wings. Varnished hard wood bed and side boards. Polished stainless steel side mount wheel covers and tire mount mirrors. Stainless steel radiator stone guard. Stainless steel jeweled head lamp visors. 6 new Firestone tires. Deluxe step plates with rubber insert and Ford blue emblems. Quite a beauty for a workhorse of a truck that survived the post depression era. 2 shows-2 first place wins!! Okoboji Classic Cars LLC is proud to offer this wonderful example of Henry Ford's craftsmanship and ingenuity. If you are showing, cruising or just collecting, this car leaves nothing to be desired. The excellent condition of this vehicle and its lower than average price makes it a perfect choice for getting into the classic car market either as an investment opportunity or as a weekend or daily driver. If you've wanted a beautifully restored and sporty super stylish truck at an affordable price this is the one! Don't wait. Mileage stated in listing is not certified, odometer reading only. Contact Grant our sales manager for further assistance, 712-332-8029 Call today! or email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The antique truck has been re-created as a Mobilgas fuel-delivery vehicle
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