Not every car has to be a show piece, and this 1929 Ford Model A tudor sedan shows you how easy it is to get into the hobby for not a lot of cash. If your interest runs towards early iron, you cant do much better than a Model A, and this one offers use-it-now utility with a great look and plenty of practicality. Its also a ball to drive! Sedans are a great way to enjoy old cars. Sure, the roadsters and phaetons get all the attention, but as soon as the weather turns rainy or cold, everyone will be eyeing your roll-up windows and spacious back seat. The Model A looks quite stylish with two doors, too, showing off ideal proportions that make the small car look impressive. The blue paint is in excellent shape, and it has a bright, honest look that suits the workaday Model A. There are signs of use because someone truly loved this car and used it as intended, but nothing stands out and it looks great even from a few feet away. Panel fit is decent and it doesnt look like this car was ever rusty, and the crisp edges on the body moldings mean there are no nasty surprises hiding underneath. Straw-colored pinstripes highlight the belt moldings, a detail that didnt cost Henry all that much but paid big dividends in terms of how upscale the cars looked. The black fenders were the only available color on a Model A, and the bright pieces like the radiator and headlights are chrome instead of the original nickel for easy maintenance. The interior has the same finished look as the exterior, nicely finished and ideal for touring. The tudor sedan was the best seller and with a pair of bucket seats up front, its easy for everyone to get comfortable. Gray cloth upholstery makes sure the seats are comfortable and they dont show any rips, tears or other issues, so its ready to enjoy. Theres room for five and the back seat in particular is impressively spacious with plenty of legroom. The traditional Model A center instrument panel shines up nicely and the hard rubber steering wheel is in fantastic shape for its age. Front seat passengers get a rubber mat while there are correct carpets in back, and both door panels have their own map pockets, which is handy in a car where the dashboard is also the gas tank. And for affordable transportation, the little details like the window garnish moldings and door hardware are nicely detailed. The same 200 cubic inch inline four that powers all Model As lives in this one, and it makes the same happy sounds and makes the same impressive torque. The sturdy little cast iron motor is as reliable as a cinder block and still runs all its original components, including an updraft carb, original distributor, and generator. Recent hoses and correct clamps are a nice touch, and the block wears correct Ford Green paint that shows a bit of age. The 3-speed manual transmission is non-synchronized, but double-clutching is easy, and the gear ratios are well-suited to around-town driving. Bright wire wheels are correct and carry right-sized 4.75/5.00-21 Firestone blackwalls. Old cars can be a ton of fun, especially when they run well and dont cost a fortune. This Model A will teach you the basics and will always be ready when you are. Call today!
Despite Henrys insistence that the Model A be a simple car, the factory put a dizzying array of bodies on the same chassis, including perhaps a half-dozen different versions of the simple 4-door sedan. One of the more unusual styles was the leatherback like this 1929 model, which offered a padded roof and no quarter windows for a slightly more formal look. Obviously a favorite tour car, this 1929 Model A sedan looks correct wearing a period-correct green and black color combination. As most experts will tell you, the fenders should be black like they are here, giving the little A the look of its big brothers over at the Lincoln store. The restoration is quite old now, but that makes this the kind of Model A you want to own: seasoned and sorted, ready to enjoy. All four doors fit well enough, the hood lines up and with a snug-fitting leather top, it is ready for another 80 years of enjoyment. It isnt perfect, it isnt a show car, but it looks right out of the 30s and the price is certainly right. The brightwork is good, working with the patina on the rest of the car so that nothing stands out. And with sidemounts and a trunk, the formal-looking sedan seems like it should cost much more than it does. For touring, Im a fan of four-door sedans. Everyone seems to love the roadsters until the weather gets wet or cold, then theyll envy your closed car and its comfortable cloth interior that stays dry and warm. Both front and rear seats wear handsome mohair upholstery that looks factory-issue and appropriate in the semi-formal sedan, and its quite comfortable. It probably isnt original, but again, it was done some time ago. The dash is standard Model A, with a stainless instrument panel housing speedometer, gas gauge, ammeter, and the ignition switch, and it could be easily cleaned up with some polish and elbow grease. The only notable deviation from stock is the black painted dash. In back, theres room for three-across seating in the tidy little Ford, and thanks to the formal sedan bodywork, it feels cozy. The stock Model A engine works so well because its torquey and the cars themselves are light weight. This one sports its original Zenith updraft carb, distributor, and other ancillaries, because those systems work just fine. Theres an accessory exhaust manifold with a heater that is more for show than function, but the rest is as Henry made it. Its a little dirty and grungy, but you could clean it up in an afternoon to make a big improvement without a big investment in time or money. The factory 3-speed manual transmission is still there and still needs a quick double-clutch to shift, but youll get the hang of it quickly. The frame and undercarriage look about right after a few decades of touring, and the exhaust has a proper conical muffler that offers just the right sound. Its obvious that the wheels have been recently refinished and now wear 21-inch blackwall tires as original. A neat little Ford that runs great and doesnt cost a lot to buy or maintain. It seems that the market is rediscovering the Model A, as we cant seem to keep them in stock, so dont hesitate, call today!
This is the 1929 Ford Model A Roadster that does everything nicely. Slick red paint on a detailed body, a comfy custom interior, and plenty of V8 power come together in a well-priced total package. While all Model As are iconic, this instantly tells you they spent some time sweating the details to get it to a higher level. Glossy red paint on a slick fiberglass body, full painted chassis, and plenty of terrific custom pinstriping give it that well-built look youll love to show off. Plus, it has great classic elements like the chromed front drop axle, blue dot taillights, racing gas cap, and an intimidating forward leaning stance. But what really makes this one memorable are the well-integrated modern upgrades like the 17-inch Vision wheels with modern tires that have their aggressive directional tread on display for everyone to see. The pinstripe thats highlighting the curves of the exterior also coordinates with the interior color exactly the kind of detail you want on a hot rod thats open to the world. When people peek inside, theyll find a custom setup where the door panels have a cool wave pattern that flows right into the two individual bucket seats. Theres plenty more style where the custom steering wheel and Lokar shifter have a good shine that coordinates with the metal dash. Plus, this houses great feature like the full classic-style VDO gauge panel and the AM/FM/CD stereo. They knew this engine would be on display for the world to see, and so they made sure it was clean and mean. Youve got a nice shine from the polished elements like the alternator, fuel pump, etched valve covers, and matching air topper. Plus, this brightness is doubled thanks to the polished firewall. When you look beyond the style, youll find the substance of a 350 cubic-inch V8 thats been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and shorty headers that connect to the rumbling dual exhaust. As a thorough build, youll love looking at the undercarriage photos and seeing all the bright red and polished elements that come from making the right investments. Plus, while youre checking this out, dont forget to notice great features like the front disc brakes, TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, and an adjustable coil over rear. Clean, powerful, and nicely-finished, this is the all-around build youre going to love. So dont miss this deal. Call now!
This 1929 Ford Model A Roadster is out to command your attention in its slick red appearance. But when you look at all the alluring details from the steel body, to the powerful 350 V8, to the fully independent suspension you soon realize that this total street machine is more than just about its bold first impression. If youre going to build a custom machine, you may as well make it attention-grabbing. The red is a deep and glossy shine, and that luster is no accident considering there is less than 2,200 miles on the whole build. This hot rod respects its history with original styling cues such as the dual bumpers, headlight setup, and the design of the folding roof. But then you also instantly notice the sporty upgrades of the sleek fit and finish of the body, frenched taillights, and beautiful Artillery-style wheels with Ford V8 logo polished covers. The aggressively staggered tire size gives this the kind of stance that made these Model As icons all over again in the hot rod era. The full custom interior offers plenty of comfort while still remembering its lineage. It starts with a bench seat finished in comfortable red leather. They took their time with the dash, carpeting, shift boot, and custom door panels to make sure that all of this coordinated quite nicely in shades of aggressive red. The three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel feels great in your hands, especially on the chrome tile column. Although, we also bet your right hand wont be able to resist the Lokar shifter. The full set of VDO gauges dominates the dash to keep you fully informed. Even the trunk is fully finished with custom panels and an artfully-mounted spare. There was a ton invested in the engine bay with all the polished components, including the valve covers, alternator, air topper, and much more. Plus, we love the detail work, like how the plug wires match the smooth red firewall. More than just look great, this is a powerful 350 cubic-inch small block thats been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, and headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. But while youll be proud to show off this engine bay, theyre going to have to get you off the road first. Thats because this is a true drivers classics. There is a Mustang II-style front end and a Corvette-style rear giving you a fully independent suspension. Thats an attractive rarity even on these modified Fords. Plus, you have rack & pinion power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and four-wheel disc brakes. So this street machine is truly built to take you everywhere. Nicely finished with all the right driver upgrades, this steel-body Model A is an all-around stunner. So if you like driving your classics as much as you enjoy showing them off, dont miss this total package. Call now!
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
1929 Ford Model A Custom Truck for Sale. One ton steel body with custom chassis. 5.3L V8 LS engine (5.3L LS swap), 4L60E overdrive transmission, ZR2 rear end, A/C, rack and pinion power steering, independent front suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes, 15 Torque Thrust II style wheels, polished aluminum coil covers, custom exhaust with Flowmaster Muffler, steel cab extended 3 inches, one of a kind custom built power tilt bed with electric wench, side storage compartments, Daytona Blue exterior, chrome mirrors, tinted glass, custom interior with overhead console, SonyAM/FM/CD radio, Haneline white faced gauges, swing open windshield. This incredibly engineered Street Rod can be driven daily! Dont miss this one! Call us today for all of the details.Automotive History:Ford Model AA is a truck from Ford. As the Model T and TT became obsolete and needed to be replaced, Henry Ford began initial designs on the Model A and Model AA in 1926. Basic chassis layout was done rapidly and mechanical development was moved forward quickly. Body design and style was developed and then outsourced to various body manufacturers, including Briggs and Murray. The designs of the Model A shared parts and materials with the Model AA Ford, notably the body, engine and interior. The AA usually received plainer interiors than their car counterparts. The Model AA followed similar design changes to the Model A during the AAs four years in production, often delayed anywhere from three to nine months. The mechanical changes and upgrades were done during production of the vehicles. Body changes that occurred between 1929 and 1930 were also integrated into AA production, but leftover parts were used longer in the heavy commercial trucks.Today, enthusiasm for the Model AA continues. Preservation and restoration of these vehicles remains popular. In the United States, there are two national clubs. One club supports the Model A/Model AA hobby and one club is dedicated specifically to the Model AA. The Model A Restorers Club and the Model A Ford Club of America, along with the Ford Model AA Truck Club work to support members with technical advice and support along with displaying members vehicles as they are being restored.In some countries, like Uruguay and Cuba, Model AA trucks are still in use, more than 80 years after their introduction.
Now available in our DFW-Showroom is this real steel 1929 Ford Pick-up truck. That s right, this 1929 is no repo, its body and fenders are the real deal, real steel. Another impressive feature is the natural woodgrain rails and bedding, which add a bit of luxury to the pick-up s appearance. Powering this vehicle around would be a 4.3 Liter- 262 CI Chevrolet V-6 engine, giving it plenty of pep in its step when cruising this truck down the road. All this sets on a beautiful set of white-wall tires, covered by some classic Ford hubcaps. Other options include: A/C- AM/FM Radio/ CD Player/ Power Brakes/ Power Steering. To view this vehicle in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and videos, visit our website at: www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1929 Ford Pick-up, email us at email@example.com or call 817-310-9400.
Now for sale at out Gateway Classic Cars of Houston showroom is this awesome and beautiful 1929 Ford Model A hot rod. This is an all metal Model A that is also titled as a 1929. Almost every one of these that you sell is powered by some derivative of a 350 CID V8 small block Chevy. Different engine options are around, but much more difficult to find. The power for this one has been sourced from something almost 60 years newer! Under the hood you will find a turbocharged 3.8l V6 Buick engine. Something that you may recognize if you look under the hood of a Grand National. But remember, this weighs a lot less than a Grand National. So acceleration is amazing! The engine is connected to a Turbo 350 transmission driving the rear wheels through a Corvette sourced rear end. Exterior is finished in a fantastic blue and tan two tone and has a matching blue tan and wood interior. The entire car has been modernized. Looking around you will find power seats, power windows, power sunroof, cruise control, seat belts, AM/FM radio, spare tire, tilt wheel, cloth interior, radial tires around rally wheels and Posi-Traction! You will find it difficult to find a more fun to drive and unique Model A. Standing out from the crowd is a given. For more information on this 1929 Ford Model A for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/HOU/1269/1929-Ford-Model-A . Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Bldg 200, Houston, TX 77090. You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220, or email us at Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com.
Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is excited to offer this 1929 Ford Model A. This beautiful Ford is a numbers matching car with only 26,749 actual miles! The 4-cylinder engine is in excellent running condition and is mated to a 3-speed manual transmission that shifts through all gears without hesitation. This Model A drives great and stops with no problems. You will find four new brakes on all corners. There is also a stabilizer bar and a 6-volt alternator with a 6-volt battery. The 6-volt alternator was converted from a 6-volt generator. Turn signals were added all around to make this 29 street legal and safe for cruising. This Model A was painted in this unique gray and black, and was fitted with an additional headlight for driving at any time. The leather interior is in fantastic condition and was reupholstered 2 years ago. The wood was also upgraded 2 years ago, as well as a new battery. The black wire wheels compliment the black top beautifully. New fuel lines, new belts, a new fuel filter, and a carburetor rebuild were all taken care of within the last 2 years. This Model A is ready to be driven for years to come. Take it to your local car show or on a fun Sunday drive. You won t have to worry about reliability with this one! Get behind the wheel today! Let it ride!!! To see 100+ HD pictures and an HD video of this 1929 Ford Model A, please visit http://gatewayclassiccars.com/fort-lauderdale/1929/ford/model-a-S586.html. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Fort Lauderdale showroom at (954) 227-4202 or email us directly at fortlauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/FTL/586/1929-Ford-Model-A
For sale in our Atlanta showroom is a super sharp 1929 Ford Model A Woody Wagon. this Woody Wagon for sale is a real blast from the past and a real piece of Ford history. One of the original station wagons, this 1929 Ford Model A for sale is the perfect parade car or cruise-in classic. Powering this 29 Ford model A for sale is a 3.3 liter L-head inline 4-cylinder engine. Pumping out an impressive 40 horsepower, this Ford Model 150-A station wagon for sale can scoot! Backed by a 3-speed manual transmission, this Model A for sale is simply a joy to run through the gears. With a long shifter and easy running 4-cylinder, theres not many other ways to have more fun driving down memory lane. The exterior of this Woody Wagon for sale is super sharp, in a natural and classic shade of Beige. Complimented by the Maple and Birch paneling, this Ford looks like a time machine thats jumped to modern times straight from the early 1900s. The Black painted wire wheels are wrapped in wide whitewall radial tires, that when complimented by the chrome grill and oversized headlights, really finish of this museum piece. The interior is ultra clean and simple, with Black vinyl seating and wooden door panels. With the bench up front and out back, with a pair of buckets in the middle, its easy to take the whole posse with you down to the local show! Whether youre looking for a show goer, an addition for the collection, or simply a fan of beautifully restored classic vehicles, this Model A station wagon for sale is right there on the list! To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833 or e-mail us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/ATL/210/1929-Ford-Model-A-Woody-Wagon
One of the drawbacks of nearly any successful product is that it will eventually need to be redesigned or completely replaced at some point. Changing public tastes advancements in technology and increased competition all contribute to this constant need to evolve. For Henry Ford evolution was not something he particularly cared for. By the mid-1920s his Model T and its production methods had already proven to be among the most significant inventions of the twentieth century with sales approaching fifteen million units. Ford was one of the most powerful industrialists in the world and yet he seemed resistant to changing what had proven to work so well. As the T soldiered on competition from General Motors gradually eroded Ford sales. It was only when sales slumped drastically and dealers sounded alarms that Henry Ford finally warmed to the idea of a follow-up act for the venerable Model T.The new Model A s design incorporated many of the same fundamental principles which the Model T pioneered. Ford s Design for Manufacturability ethos meant the Model A was equally as efficient to build as the T while still able to accommodate greater customizable options and features that buyers demanded. Mechanically the Model A represented a vast improvement over the T. Power came from a 201 cubic inch water-cooled L-head inline four. At 40hp it was nearly twice as powerful as the T. Gone was the complex planetary gearbox with its levers and pedals replaced by a 3-speed sliding gear transmission with conventional three-pedal controls for throttle four-wheel brakes and clutch. The chassis was tuned for better handling and ride quality braking was vastly improved and the car was capable of topping out at 65 miles per hour.Nearly as important was Henry Ford s relenting to his son Edsel when it came to the looks of the new car. The elder Ford had a certain disdain for the frivolities of cosmetic appearance so he turned the task of styling the new car to his son. Interestingly Edsel had a gift for aesthetics and he used his experience with Lincoln to design a handsome and modern car that was on par with trends set by the competition. Simultaneously the end of one era and the beginning of another the Ford Model A was a resounding success selling over four-million examples between the 1928 and 1931 model years. Today as it was then the Model A is affordable delightful to drive and easy to service and it remains a cornerstone of the collector car hobby with tremendous popularity and support the world over.Given the Ford Model A s popularity with hobbyists restored examples are not difficult to find. That said it is extremely rare to find a Model A that is as well-sorted and fabulous to drive as this outstanding 1929 Standard 5-Window Coupe. This simple and elegant Model A is one of the best driving thoroughly sorted examples we have ever had the pleasure to offer beautifully restored with great attention paid to performance and usability. We appreciate the purity of this Standard model with a trunk in place of a rumble seat monotone black paint black wall tires and single rear-mounted spare. The lack of frivolous accessories highlights Edsel Ford s inherently pretty design. The quality of the paintwork on this car is outstanding with excellent reflections and straight body panels. Subtle gray pinstripes adorn the body and detailing includes excellent brightwork on the bumpers radiator shell and factory Twolite headlamps.The two-place cabin is cozy yet comfortable properly restored using high-quality period correct fabrics. The upholstery quality is excellent and consistent with the overall quality of this outstanding Model A. Luxury isn t a priority but the cabin has a certain charm in its simplicity. The previous owner adapted a subtle yet highly effective LED brake light in the rear window in the interest of safety. The light also features an integrated turn-signal function operated by the toggle on the gear lever. Amazingly hardly a squeak or rattle is heard when driving this A which is a true testament to the level of care put into the restoration.Professionally rebuilt by a Model A specialist the 201 cubic inch four-cylinder has a host of internal upgrades for added power and reliability. It starts with fantastic ease and runs smoothly thanks to the balanced rotating assembly with updated pistons. Larger valves improve breathing and a lightened V8 flywheel and clutch assembly significantly reduce effort and further enhance drivability. The gearbox was rebuilt along with the engine and it shifts remarkably well for a non-synchro box feeling slick and rewarding to operate. The engine gearbox brakes and chassis have all been exquisitely dialed-in to make this Model A the most exceptional driver we have experienced. Despite the internal modifications the engine has an honest period-correct look. Components such as the exhaust manifold show signs of regular use and the same can be said for the undercarriage and suspension which is tidy and appropriately detailed.The Ford Model A s simple charm and approachable nature continue to draw enthusiasts the world over. We are very impressed by this example s exceptional mechanical condition and beautiful cosmetic presentation. This remarkable Model A is on-the-button and ready to delight its next keeper with many pleasurable miles.
Late 20s and early 30s Ford was the choice of many Fire Departments for durability, dependability and economics. Open cockpit fire trucks were popular to give full view of the fire at hand and for versatility for the firemen. Loaded with all the options of the time! This beautiful open cockpit firetruck experienced a most complete frame off body up no expense spared restoration. It carries period correct list of equipment. A very rare running board search light and spartan siren are highlights. Body has all new wood, new interior (black leatherette), 4 custom built oak finished ladders. Body clad in vermillion red with black trim and fenders. Bed is new valsparo varnished oak. All equipment from copper extinguisher to firemans axe, spartan siren are cleaned and restored. New old stock reel and white hose and nozzle. All chrome and bright work show quality, 5 new wide white Firestone tires on red wheels accent the truck. Engine rebuilt for unleaded fuel. Transmission open and rebuilt as needed along with rear end, new brakes and more. Runs and drives as new. Rear bib and step pad for 2 firemen - copper hand rail. Has all appropriate gold color stripe, door badges and chief No 1 on hood. A wonderful parade vehicle or a very unusual piece for the high end man cave. Believed only one of a kind to exist. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information. 5 New Firestone Whitewalls Running Board Mount 12 inch Search Light 2 Sets Oak Ladders Copper Restored Fire Extinguisher Firemans Axe Hose Real NOS 50 White NOS Hose 2 Nozzles (Dual) 1 Brass 1 Chrome Spartan Horn Dual Front Red Lights (Emergency) Spartan Fender Siren Chrome Stone Guard Rear Step Board (2 People) w/Copper Hand Rail Varnished Oak Bed All Appropriate Gold Stripe & Decals - Chief No 1 Black Rubber Floor Mat
Here is a sharp looking Ford Model A Special Coupe with lots of options and accessories like turn signals and a 6 volt alternator. Nice good fitting all Ford steel body finished in beautiful Andalusite Blue with gloss black fenders. Like new Brown cloth interior, very clean and comfortable. A chrome stone guard was added to give this Model A that classic look. Engine was professionally rebuilt and an oil filter was added. Recent tune up and engine detail. Great running and driving little coupe, ready to show or tour. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information. Whitewall Tires Stone Guard Alternator Dash Light Turn Signals Moto Meter Rear Mount Trunk Battery Disconnect Rear Spare w/Cover
Here is a very solid Model A Ford closed cab pickup truck. All original Ford steel finished in Kewanee green with nice gloss black fenders. Very clean cab with heavy duty black leatherette upholstery. Nice straight bed with wood slates. The engine has been serviced and detailed, looks like new. The little truck runs and drives great. Model A Pickup Trucks are good advertise and display vehicles, or just fun to drive and take to car shows. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information. Side Mount Spares Ford Script Tire Cover Boyce Moto Meter Dash Light
1929 Ford Model A A coup - also known as coupe - is a car with a fixed-roof body style usually with two doors. The term coup was first applied to horse-drawn carriages for two passengers without rear-facing seats. The early coup automobiles passenger compartment followed in general conception the design of horse-drawn coups. The French variant for this word thus denoted a car with a small passenger compartment. This nearly perfect example of the Model A from 1929 with a rumble seat, is classified a Sport Coupe. Beautifully restored to original condition, an extremely nice example of early Ford manufacturing. Exterior Taking advantage of a frame off restoration in the 1980s, this car presents as if it was just finished. Painted in a gorgeous color combination of green with black fenders with saw blade edging and straw colored spoke wheels, this A is as nice as you will find anywhere. Body panels are nice and straight, chrome is very nice, and brite work is beautiful. A tan canvas top appears new and has body matching landau bars with a touch of chrome on either side. Dark brown zipper sleeves, and edge stitching add to the contrast of the top as well. A zippered rear window is opened and closed, so when there are passengers gets in the rumble seat, the people in the passenger compartment can talk to each other...all be it loudly! Speaking of the rumble seat it is done in a beautiful brown texture vinyl and appears to have never been used. In the rear is also a matching canvas tire cover flanked by 2 small curved bumpers. Interior The interior appears new with a brown Lebaron Bonney interior. A bench seat resides in front of a matching body color dash and has the iconic Chrome Ford Mask shaped instrument panel in the center. Mohair on door panels, stainless long shaft shifter, and perfectly restored steering wheel make up the remainder of this simple yet functional interior. A hinged front windshield can be opened to allow air to flow freely through the passenger compartment. Drivetrain An original restored engine in a straight 4-cylinder configuration is seen under the hood cowlings. This sits in a pristine engine bay and has also been fully restored. A manual transmission is attached to the back of the engine. This car starts right up, drives smoothly, and runs great. Undercarriage Much time has been spent here as well, as it appears it was never outside, or on any roads that did not present themselves as paved. No rust, no drips, no errors. This 1929 Model A Sport Coupe has spent nearly all its life in California. A frame off restoration was performed in the late 80s and it appears as if it was just completed. A good luster is retained on all exterior surfaces, and the canvas top is nearly showroom condition. You will look long and hard to find another Sport Coupe anywhere near this condition.
1929 Ford Model A The Ford Model A can be found in many iterations: coupe, to a roadster, to a sedan to a pickup. Henry Ford had a solid base in the Model A and appeased the masses with various options on that frame. Also, as with many older versions of cars, so many visual customization modifications have been done, that the original showroom look has been long gone. In the case of this car though, mostly original intent as well as actual visual parts to this build, have been retained. A beautiful build with a potential problem of unknown severity. In full disclosure, there is a slight connecting rod knock when this engine idles. Also, excessive end play is noted on the crank shaft. The car idles and runs fine, but these could be issues down the road. Otherwise, very few faults on this 1929 example. Exterior Ford Maroon covers straight steel panels that have been meticulously straightened and restored. From the front chrome radiator surround to the headlight bezels, and the bumpers, door handles and mirrors there is very little fault to find. Black top, fenders, rocker panels and running boards provide a nice contrast to the maroon and ground the car visually. Straw painted color covers steel spoked wheels are all around, plus a spare behind the rumble seat. A pop of the trunk reveals the rumble seat which matches the interior and is covered in gray vinyl. Rear bumper is pristine like the front. Interior Mohair, Mohair as far as the eye can scan on the interior of this car, and it all shows in beautiful condition. Door panels wrapped in gray Mohair, have pristine door handles and window cranks within their field. A vertical tufted front bench (in Mohair) sits between doors and is fronted by a black steel dash. The mask gauge cluster reminiscent of the famous Scream painting is covered in beautiful chrome. Dark gray carpeting, of course in very good condition, covers the floor. Mohair is also seen on the A and B interior pillars and headliner. A long black shifter reaches up from the floor and has a very nice wood handle on it. Drivetrain A 4.3:1 compression ration inline 4-cylinder engine sits in a well restored engine bay. The Iron inline 4 has an output of 40 HP his connected to a 3-speed manual plus reverse transmission. Zenith provides the fuel and air mixture to the power plant. Undercarriage A view from underneath reveals that is cannot really get any better. Completely restored, and not a mark on it all there for the gazing at. Take a meticulously restored 1929 Model A, give it a beautiful color combination, redo the entire interior keeping it original looking and so simple, then work on the engine, and you have a real shower. As mentioned, the knocking from the engine is concerning, however considering the entire investment, this could be a small factor.
1929 Ford Model Roadster Pickup full Custom It is always great to see an old Ford that has that updated streetrod look. But, you rarely see a roadster pickup these days. This 1929 is a tastefully done restoration that looks very good and runs great. The chrome and glass are in very fabulous shape along with the body panels and undercarriage. The power comes from a smooth running small block Chevy V8 that is channeled through smooth shifting 700R4 4 speed automatic transmission with overderive and is delivered to the road via 3.55 posi rear end. The Metallic Silver paint is in very good with some tasteful highlights added in the forms of fabulous chrome and stainless throughout The interior is a full custom gray tweed splint bench seat, in fine shape. It comes with a custom floor shifter, newer stereo, beautiful full compliment of Moon custom gauges installed in the dash opening. It rolls around on 15 inch chrome wheels with 165/70R15 Front and 255/70R15 on the rear. If you are looking for a ready to drive Ford hot rod pick up that will give you years of driving fun here is a great value. Features Quite, smooth, detailed Chevy 350 V8 Smooth Shifting700R4 4 Speed Automatic Transmission with Custom Floor Mounted Shifter Fabulous Chrome bumpers at both ends of this pre war hauler Full Dual Exhaust System with Coated Headers with dumps and a distinct V8 rumble Finished in Diamond gloss Metallic Silver Nice Gray tweed cloth interior with carpet Easy to reach and operate floor shifter Grant GT leather wrapped Steering Wheel on a tilt column Straight axle 3.55 posi with 4 link rear suspension Front Disc brakes and Rear drums 15 inch Custom Chrome Wheels with New Radial Tires/li> Custom In Dash Moon Instrumentation speedo, fuel, amp, temp, odometer AM/FM Cassette in the dash Dual Fender Mounted Blue Dot Tail Lights and full length body side moldings Nicely detailed to Engine Bay Polished valve covers, Carter AFB Competition Series Carb on a Weiand 7508 Intake 17 inch Electric Fan, K&N Air Filter, Aluminum Water Pump, Tranny Cooler with Fan Dual fuel tanks for cruising range and custom storage box in the bed
1929 Ford Model A Truck (Milton, PA) $44,900 oboYou are looking at a one off all steel build with only 2.5k miles, the paint on this is so unique that everyone will have no choice but to break their neck while looking at it roll down the road. This 29 has all the goodies including a blown 454cu v8 and an automatic transmission that has been completely built up. As for performance there have been multiple upgrades, this street rod is coming with an 871 Blower, decked heads and block, custom headers, line-lock, torque converter, an upgraded radiator, a Ford 9 rear with 4.10 gears, front disk brakes, and a 4 link coil over suspension. There was absolutely no money sparred when it came to building this custom street rod and it is coming with a few options you dont see everyday on a vehicle like this such as P/w, Rack & Pinion steering, P/B, Suicide doors with shaved handles and door poppers, and an Am/Fm radio. The paint is to die for and the black cloth interior looks very sharp with the red stitching. This vehicle has been meticulously maintained since it was brought to life as you can see and has spent its time in a garage while it hasnt been terrorizing the streets. This vehicle is coming with Mickey Thompson tires that look like new and it is ready for someone to really enjoy themselves with. The owner is motivated to sell so feel free to throw an offer his way, However by no means is he desperate so please do not insult us.Give Rich a call a
1929 Ford Closed Cab Pickup (Conway, SC) $79,900 oboYou are looking at one of the most thoroughly built trucks that we have seen in quite some time. With well over $115k spent you can rest assured knowing that no expense has been sparred. From the stunning merlot metallic paint to the gorgeous saddle leather interior, the combination is beyond visually satisfying. Powered by a zz4 385cu v8 Fast Burn and a Muncie 4spd, this will undoubtedly live up to your expectations when it comes to performance and reliability as this has only 850 miles on the complete frame up build. As you can see this is completely loaded, features include but are not limited to P/w, P/s, P/b, new Dunlop radials 15 front and 17 rear, Wildwood brake package, Hooker headers, Curry 9 rear with 3.72 gears, and a custom new top. This is an all steel truck without a speck of rust. If youre looking for a drop dead gorgeous show truck, we can assure you that this one will blow you away. The truck has obviously been meticulously maintained and garage kept since the recent completion. All records and receipts are available upon request.Give our friend Mark a call at 570-335-6823