Exterior Color: Gold/Dark Maroon Fenders Interior: Tan Engine: 4 Cylinder Transmission: Manual with Overdrive Gear Splitter Transmission This is a fully restored Briggs Bodied Model A Coupe. It is an all steel body including the fenders. The 40 Horsepower L - Head 4 cylinder engine was professionally rebuilt. The Mitchell Overdrive Gear Splitter and clutch are new. The brake system was overhauled including new brakes & drums. �The 16 inch whitewall firestone tires are also new. A few updates were added to make this Model A very driveable. The electrical system has been converted to a negative ground 12 volt system with an alternator. An Electric Windshield wiper has been installed. Turn Signals have been added. An oil filter system has been added to the engine and an " Arooga" horn completes the car. The car comes with a matching Superior Glass Works trailer so the next owner is set to participate in Antique car caravans. Please call our sales department at 714-418-4796 for further information Mark-949-446-5733
The antique truck has been re-created as a Mobilgas fuel-delivery vehicle
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‘I’m a Ramblin’ Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer…”
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