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hiat3360
    
How does a right hand side steering wheel affect the value of a 1930 Model A coup?
The car is in great condition and is mostly original and running. It has 11k miles, little-no rust, rumble seat, wire spoke wheels, etc.
posted: December 2, 2008
 
    
 
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nomadsrule
    
I think I would try to do some research ,and find out how many of these right hand cars were produced,I am sure most were sent overseas,but the #'s can't be that high for the amount remaing here in the states.

As far as to the $$ amount someone may pay more for that car just because of that option.
posted:  December 4, 2008
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mph
    
I totally agree with the first answer, you have found something very special. thank you for the pictures, it's the first I have ever seen.
posted:  December 5, 2008
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kruizin
    
I worked for a man here in the Kitchener Ontario area, I learnt that all right hand drive cars for model A's were made in Canada and were set up so that they could be right or left hand on the assembling line at ford, In fact we use to have to supply all the screws to over seas places because they were made here not in the states, the states used slot and here they used Roberson screws, we use to get orders for them all the time. The cars can be changed over. The value depending on the right person maybe higher than a left hand , all in all you have a a model A I would just base the price on that and it's condition, hope I didn't get too far off the subject here, I just don't see questions about this often...and it's something I actually know!!!! LOL
posted:  August 8, 2009
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