Custom Built 1930 "Model A" 2 Door Roadster/ Street rod/ Hotrod (MOTIVATED SELLER)
Recently reduced to $28990 (OBO)
This Car is Immaculate, >1 of a Kind, for sure!
It was originally designed and built in 2004 in MO. and owned by a local there. Appraisal valued at 30K done in 2010 by Don R Hoelscher (Antique, Classic Automotive Appraisals). It was sold to a gentleman in S. Cal in 2014. In the last 2 years only 3K miles were added on the odometer.
This is a 1930 Ford Model A, with a custom fiberglass body. Because it's an original 1930 frame, it is registered as a 1930 Vehicle with the DMV. Along with a 1969 350 V8 bored 30 over with hump heads and roller rockers 400HDS (Rebuilt in 2010) 350 turbo transmission with Lokar linkage. Edelbrock polished manifold. Walker radiator, Greg Ledlor interior, Chip Foose paint, front suspension by Pete and Jakes. Flowmaster exhaust and a classic instruments package, Flaming River steering wheel. Alpine am/fm, cd, sat bluetooth radio. Widened rear fenders, power trunk, '32 gas tank .
Details for this Vehicle:
>This Vehicle was Custom Built as a 1930 "Model A" 2 Door Roadster with a modified original '30 Chassis **
>Heritage Fiber Glass Roadster Body
>Chip Foose Paint Job
>Chevy '69 8 Cyl 350 CID Engine (Rebuilt in 2010) 30 Over (Roller Rocker 400 HDS) with complete chrome dress up package, and with Headers. **5300 miles on this engine, the odometer matches
>Carb & Intake: Edelbrock
>Cooling Fan: Sidewinder
>Interior: Custom by Greg Ledlor
>Convertible Top: by Time Machines Unlimited
>Front Suspension: IFC Installed by Pete & Jakes
>Trans Linkage: Lokar
>Gauges: Classic Instruments
>Rebuilt Turbo 400 Automatic transmission
>Power Disc Brakes
>Flo-Pro Dual Exhaust (Aluminized & Powder Coated) w/Headers
>Coil over Shocks
>Flaming River Steering wheel
>'75 Ford rear end w/Z Bar Swing Arms
>Custom made & Measured to Fit Car Cover from California Covers
>Widened Rear Fenders, Redesigned Front End, Stainless Running Board Moldings, Power Trunk, '32 Gas Tank,
>PLUS A Color matched and designed Cargo Trailer
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