Ford Model A
All Steel Body
"The much-heralded Ford Model A was the successor to Henry Ford's venerable Model T. It was often referred to as a 'Baby Lincoln,' and there was definitely a styling similarity. The 1929 Model A's were characterized by brighter trim and body paint as well as new exterior door handles on open models, such as this phaeton. Attesting to the instant popularity of the new Ford, the two-millionth Model A Ford was built in July 1929. The car had been introduced only 19 months earlier."
There are over 120 pictures of this car in the ad below, including detailed exterior, interior, engine, trunk and undercarriage.� Please let them load on your computer, it will take some time because of the size.
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For sale by owner is this very nice example of a traditional�'29 Model A� street rod.� Please let all the pictures load (there are over 120) to see the great condition of this classic Ford. Completed in 2010 with less than 1,000 miles on the odometer since, this Ford was built to be driven.� The body is all Henry Ford original steel with fiberglass fenders attached to a powder coated Brookville frame. The engine is a Chevy 350 mated to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission. What follows are some of the details of the build.
All Steel Body
Tube Axle 4" Drop
Posie Super Slide Springs
Coil Over Rear Shocks
Front & Rear 4 Bar Link Suspension
8" Ford Rear End
2.79 Gear Ratio Non Posi
350 Chevy Crate Engine
Edelbrock/ Weber 600 CFM Carburetor
Block Hugger Headers
Ceramic Coated Mufflers
2 1/2 " Ceramic Coated Exhaust System
Turbo 350 Automatic Transmission
Transmission Oil Cooler
Dual Gas Tanks
Front Disc Brakes
Stainless Steel Brake Lines
Custom Leather Interior
Auto Meter Gauges
P-195/70R 14 Tires Front & P-225/70R 15 Rear
3rd Brake Light
The car looks and runs terrific and has just passed an NSRA safety inspection.
Please remember that this car was built to be driven and not perfect.
THIS CAR IS FOR SALE BY OWNER
AND LOCATED IN MARSEILLES, ILLINOIS 61341
Disclaimer;� This vehicle is for sale by a private party and the above information was provided by the owner.� We can make no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information.� All vehicles are sold "AS-IS" and "WHERE IS" with no express, written, or implied warranty, representation, or guarantee (including, but not limited to; warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose). We shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness or defects herein and make no warranty in connection therewith.� Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type.� It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle as to the condition and value and to purchase based solely
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