213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1931 Ford Model A Roadster truly has the lower look of a racer. Add in a proper Ford small block, upgraded suspension, and plenty of cool/classic details, and it all makes for a steel-bodied street machine with some serious attitude.
We know you love the way this one really hugs the ground. The secret is that the rear suspension is on adjustable air bags so that you can dial in the ideal stance. This takes the style of a true racer with its smooth roadster sides, low-cut two-piece windshield, and a number painted on the sides. The maroon finish even has the right look of a car that loves to do battle on the track. Plus, there's also plenty of hot rod style with custom pieces like the '37 Plymouth grille, classic wire wheels, and a ton of custom pinstriping that match the lucky number seven on the said.
An interior has more of the true hot rod style with the steel seats featuring drilled backs for weight savings. The tall shifter, Plymouth dash, and banjo-style steering wheel fit into this vintage style. But this one also has some well-placed upgrades. For example, there's an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth for the best in modern driving music, but it's hidden away in the glovebox. And the dials have a classic look, but they are really a full set of modern Auto Meter gauges.
The engine bay is dark and tidy. It's filled with V8 power, but they did leave room for some cool details like the ribbed valve covers done in black. And while this is stylish, what you'll love the most is that this is Ford's mighty 302 cubic-inch V8. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and authority as shorty headers feed into a 2.5-inch dual exhaust. The three-speed automatic transmission, Ford 9-inch diff, and four-link rear are good pieces for enjoying the drive, but overall, this one also has that unmistakable feeling of an old-school hot rod that keeps you in touch with the road.
When you find a style that's a bit different and absolutely cool, you know this is the Model A roadster you can't let slip away. Call today!!!
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