This 1931 Ford Model A 2 Door Roadster (Stock # F10099) is available in our Fairfield, CA showroom and any inquiries may be directed to us at 707-419-8200 or by email at Sales@SpecialtySales.com.Exemplary 1931 Ford Model A Roadster
If you're the type of collector that always insists on purchasing the best of the best, then feast your eyes on this breathtaking 1931 Ford Model A 2 Door Roadster with Dark Olive Pearl exterior paint and a gorgeous tan leather interior. It features a brand new Smeding Performance 383 CI small block Chevy V-8 engine under the hood with Edelbrock and MSD polished accessories, a Holley fuel pump, Sanderson ceramic coated headers, Flowmaster dual mufflers and far too many other top end components to list. It also has a Turbo 400 automatic transmission, TCI shocks/coilovers, a four bar chrome suspension and more- see the complete build list below for additional details.Completely Built to Concours Standards
As you can see from the photographs, the current owner of this 1931 Ford Model A Roadster has spent a small fortune turning it into a show quality street rod worthy of a celebrity. You really need to look closely to realize the tremendous attention to detail, however, because there are easily six figures tied up in this tremendous build. Besides the tremendous performance that this classic delivers, it is all the little things that really makes it stand out from the competition. The ample chrome work, the impeccable leather interior, and the Ford hubcaps are just a few of the things you'll notice...and there's enough here to hold your attention for hours.
In terms of actual performance, this may be one of the quickest stock builds we've ever seen in a 1931 Ford. While it gives the appearance of being largely original throughout, one tap of the gas pedal instantly lets everyone around you know that this is a serious performance machine. In fact, this one drives more like a modern sports car than an 80+ year old classic, and it is almost impossible to leave sitting inside a garage as just another pretty build. This one begs to be driven.Definite "Best in Show" Potential
Overall, this 1931 Ford Model A Roadster is one of the nicest builds we've seen all year for this model and it certainly has best in show potential. With ample 1932 components throughout and the modern performance technology under the hood, you simply could not ask for a more refined showpiece. Do not expect for this one to remain available for long. For more information about this vehicle, visit our Fairfield, California showroom, give us a call at 707-419-8200, or email us at Sales@SpecialtySales.com. Be sure to mention Stock # F10099 as well.Wescott Fiberglass Bodied Full Fender Roadster with 2 Inch ChopVolvo Dark Olive Pearl #421 with Single Tan Pinstripe3 Piece Steel Hood with Hagan 3 Way Hinge KitRunning Boards with Black Rubber Mat InsertDoor Wind WingsTan Folding/ Removable TopTan Leather Interior1932 ComponentsBrookville Radiator ShellNew Smeding Performance 383 SBCEdelbrock Endura-Shine Air Gap Dual Plane Intake ManifoldEdelbrock Endura-Shine Water PumpEdelbrock Polished Aluminum Cylinder HeadsPolished Aluminum Timing CoverPolished Oil PanTall Chrome Valve CoversChrome Breather and Oil CapWiring Wrapped in Convoluted TubingMSD Pro-Billet Distributor #8360MSD Blaster 2 Coil RadiatorHolley 80GPH Fuel PumpSanderson Ceramic Coated Blockhugger HeadersFlowmaster Super 44 MufflersNew Exhaust with Cutouts, no ActuatorsChrome Turn Down Exhaust TipsTurbo 400. Overhauled with Installed Shift Kit2500 Stall Torque ConvertorLokar 8 Inch ShifterKing Bee Chrome Front HeadlampsStreet Rod Style Front Turn/Park LampsVDO GaugesSatin Tilt Steering ColumnLecara Mark 2 Wood Steering WheelChrome Emergency Brake HandleSPAL Electric Fan with Override SwitchGel BatteryNew TCI Rear Coil OversNew TCI Long Front ShocksFour Bar Chrome SuspensionChrome Dropped Tube Front AxlePowder Coated Frame10 Bolt 3.01 Rear EndFront Disc - Rear Drum BrakesGoodyear Tires Front P195/65R15, Rear P255/70R15Wheels Painted Dark Olive PearlFord Lettered Hub Caps w/ Beauty RingsCar Cover
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The information for this vehicle was provided by the current owner and it is not certified by Specialty Sales Classics. Therefore, it is in no way guaranteed as a basis of purchase. Any statements such as "original" or "numbers-matching" should be verified independently by the buyer prior to purchase.
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