1930 Ford Model A 400
Coupe Car for sale in Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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1930 Ford Model A 400 $49,000
This award-winning Coupe was voted top ten hot rod at the Good Guys car show as well as being in Hot Rodder magazine just to name a few places. It was built to be an everyday driver as no expense was spared to make this car as comfortable and user-friendly in any climate condition on any road. The Air conditioning system is so good that even in 115 degree weather in Arizona it still keeps the occupants cool and comfortable. The electric heaters provide instantaneous Heat for those cold Desert Nights as well. Even though the vehicle has a 6 inch chop however, my six foot to frame fits in the car comfortably enough for cross-country trips and if you're any shorter than that there is copious amounts of room . The list of options is long and extensive but includes four-wheel Wilwood disc brakes, rack and pinion power steering, a command screen with Bluetooth as well as CD and satellite ready system. The engine is the reliable modular Ford 4.6 L however, this one came from a Lincoln Continental which had 290 horsepower stock, this is coupled with the Eaod transmission which provides faultless cruising speeds and very quiet and low RPMs and over 21 to 22 miles to the gallon. This is an original 1930 body and it is titled as such, it is all steel Construction and the frame has been narrowed pinched and tapered to make it conform to the body seamlessly. The suicide doors have had their hinges hidden which gives clean smooth lines but yet functioning suicide doors with no sag. The car is also equipped with a theft deterrent system and GPS tracking system that will be signed over to the new owners for them to keep tabs on the vehicle even went out of state. The ease of which this car can be driven and especially on a daily basis is reflected in the fact that my wife has driven this car almost 7,000 miles and used it as an everyday vehicle for several months. Vehicle is safe enough and reliable enough to be driven cross-country as it has already done this on several occasions with no faults or issues on any of the trips. To build something like this you would easily spend close to $80,000, once you drive the car you will appreciate the value and the time and money invested in it to make it this reliable I'm like most of the hot rods out there which are only good for weekend Cruisers or car shows.
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1930 Ford Model A 400 Specifications
Classic Car ID101000933
CategoryHot Rods & Customs
Trim Body Style
SuspensionCoilover front / leaf spring rear
Transmission4 Speed Automatic w/ Electronic Overdrive
Custom Exterior ColorAlthough the exterior color is white it has a hint of grey in it
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