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This 1931 Ford Model A has the sharp look of a car that was restored to respect its history. So if you want the feeling of rolling nostalgia, you need to check out this sedan.
This Town Sedan was given a comprehensive restoration around 2006. This includes a repaint of the Kewanne and Elkpointe green. It's arguably one of the most stylish two-tone you could get on a Model A, and that holds especially true for this one because the level of gloss and shine that comes from investing in quality. It makes for a well-done presentation that's bright enough to bring the 1930s alive again. You can really tell the level of professionalism used in restoring the exterior when you see the details like the excellent condition of the vinyl roof and the way the yellow pinstripe package coordinates with the wire wheels. Plus, the bright stone screen on the grille, a true MotoMeter radiator cap, and a folding luggage rack with a trunk already attached show off the most stylish period-correct additions. As you look over the whole car, you might spot that it was given the nickname, and the overall fit and finish tells you that Walter was treated like a member of the family.
There's always something extra jaunty about the look of suicide doors on a sedan. They are a gateway to a spacious back seat, and so it feels like a car you can share with family and friends. And with the full cloth interior having a very 1930s style, but a far fresher restored feel, there are plenty of people who will happily go for a ride. Just like the exterior, this one is for a lover of details. You see it in everything from the yellow pinstriping on the dash to the flower holders on the rear pillar. The classic four-spoke steering wheel and three-speed floor shifter will give you that vintage tingle every time you feel their grip, and the pop out front windshield knows how to get the old-school breeze flowing. It's a fully authentic experience where the only addition you may notice is the water temperature gauge cleanly installed under the bright and correct instrument panel. It's a true sign they want you to be able to enjoy the drive.
When you get under the hood, Ford's 201 cubic inch engine looks amazingly correct and authentic. In fact, the consignor states the motor was rebuilt by the Model A masters at Ron's Machine Shop. You can see a highly authentic style-right down to the Gravity fed Zenith carb and the fuel shut off valve that was exclusive to late 1931 cars. More than just authenticity, you'll love the way this classic four-cylinder runs strong to reaffirm the feeling of a quality investment. These Model As were made for transportation for the masses. So while they are a far rarer sight 90 years later, it still never loses the surprisingly easy driving nature that everyone could enjoy.
This is the car you cherish because you like to be connected with a bygone era. It's an authentically restored Model A that's just waiting for you to take it home. Call today!!!
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