1929 Ford Model A
Everything about this Model A is gorgeous. It's been through a nut & bolt, frame off restoration, where the whole body was re-worked and beautifully painted, the firewall was shaved and matched with the body color, the interior was completely re-done with period taste in mind, and the drivetrain itself was refreshed with period correct parts!
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201ci I4/40HP Engine (#: A3210260)
Zenith 1-Barrel Carb
Ford Model A Standard 3-Speed Manual Transmission
Torque Tube Rear End
- Open Diff
Front Leaf Spring Suspension
Rear Leaf Spring Suspension
- Front Mechanical Drum
- Rear Mechanical Drum
- Stock Single Exhaust System
- Factory Replacement Muffler
- New Hoses
- Period Correct Clamps
- Bat-Wing Distributor
- Glass Fuel Filter
- Beautifully Shaved & Painted Firewall
- Highly Detailed Engine Bay
- Engine Block Is Nicely Painted
Frame Off Restored!
- Painted Underside (Gray)
Steel Front Fenders
Steel Running Boards
Steel Rear Fenders
Rumble Seat w/ Matching Upholstery!
Chrome Bumpers Look Great
Chrome Grille Is In Great Condition
Headlights are Beautiful
Hood Fits Nicely w/ Fenders
Doors Fit Nicely w/ Body
Door Lips & Jambs are In Great Shape
Full Spare Mounted to Rear w/ Ford Wheel Cover
Taillights are In Great Condition
Undercarriage Is Clean
- Floorboards are Beautiful
- Battery Mounted Near Transmission
Wheels: 21" - Metal Spoke
Brown Leather Wrapped Interior!
Leather Wrapped Bench Seat
Manual Black Convertible Top!
Leather Door Panels Look Great
Dashboard Is Beautifully Painted
Steering Wheel Looks Brand New!
Chrome Trim Work Shines Bright
All Glass Is In Great Condition
Custom Wind Wings are Elegantly Engraved
Choke Is Under Passenger Dash
Petcock Is Under Passenger Dash
Battery Shutoff Is Under Driver's Side Hood
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