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This 1930 Ford Model A has a vibrant color package, and that sets to one for something special. After all, this one may have a classic style, but there are upgraded features you don't get elsewhere, like a modern stereo and an A/C interior!
The Tudor sedan is one of the best ways to enjoy the Model A. The fully enclosed cabin is part of what really made the Model A a leap over the Tin Lizzy. Plus, there was plenty of room for style, and they seemed to maximize it with this one. We rarely see such a vibrant shade of blue on these cars. Plus, the lower glossy black coordinates with the wire wheels, body pinstriping, windshield trim, and black vinyl roof covering for a well-done two-tone. The leather-bound trunk on the back even fits in with this color theme, too. This even has all the best accessories on the time, like a front tool box, mesh grille protector, Moto-Meter radiator cap, and delicately etched side glass. It all makes for one feature-filled Ford.
The upgrades continue when you open the door. The gray cloth used for the interior doesn't look out of place on this classic, but you can seat to see the front bucket seats and rear bench seem to have better padding then your average Model A. You have great classic pieces, like the large four-spoke steering wheel, fold-out windshield, and bright gauge package in the dash center. There's even a true vintage Awooga horn. But as you're gazing at these, it's also easy to spot some terrific upgrades. This is built for modern driving with cup holders, a 12V power outlet, and even an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input (yes, you can plug in your cell phone to your Model A!) There's even cold-blowing air conditioning. And with the gauge package upgraded to include all your essentials, including a handy tach, it's much easier to hit the road in this extra-comfy Model A.
The engine bay has plenty of extra room for the newer pieces like the compressor and alternator. At its core is Ford's hardy 201 cubic-inch motor. This has had a few nice updates, like a Weber carburetor, but at its heart, it's still the ideal torque king. You also have the standard three-speed manual transmission, but not the number of gears feels doubled thanks to a Mitchell under/overdrive system. And in case you were looking for even more driver-friendly upgrades, this Model A is now also on modern Goodyear radial tires.
This is an amazingly different Model A that has been upgraded for modern driving. You know you can resist something this cool and complete. Call today!!!
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