Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
1931 Ford Model A Sedan Delivery79-B
Three-owner truck; nicely restored and presented in amuseum for many decades
One of 8,282 examples with delivery body made by Murray in 1931
Florida-based vehicle for the past 60 years
Extremely rare and attractive Murray-built bodywork
Period-correct stainless-steel headlamps and radiator shell
Red and black exterior with ivory wire wheels and brown split-bench seat
201 CID L-head inline four-cylinder engine with upgraded oil filter and manifold heater
Three-speed sliding gear manual transmission
Standard oak wood bed, dual rear doors with glass
Safety upgraded with added seat belts
Drivers side windshield wiper, stoneguard, side-mounted spare tire, dual sidemirrors and dual cowl lights
Custom advertising graphics available, please contact us for more information
Own this Vehicle from $413 per month-call 636-600-4600
We have another fantastic Ford Model A Sedan Delivery here at MotoeXotica Classic Cars. This 1931 model is another great opportunity for the small businessperson or someone affiliated with a chamber of commerce to pick up a vehicle as a rolling public relations machine. With this model we do offer custom graphic options with our in house graphic designer, please contact us if you have any questions or ideas to make this gorgeous delivery truck a unique advertising piece for your business. Please see the photos and video for some idea examples!
Purchased from a notable museum this is a three-owner vehicle that spent the past six decades in Florida and it is one of 8,282 79-B examples that Ford and Murray built in 1931. This Sedan Delivery features extremely rare and attractive Murray-built bodywork that is straight and solid. It features a drivers sidewindshield wiper, stoneguard, side-mounted spare tire, dual sidemirrors and dual cowl lights. It has period-correct stainless-steel headlamps radiator shell and delivery only extended bumpers.
Dressed in red with a black roof and wings, the trucks paint and trim are in excellent overall shape, this delivery was restored with great care and it really shows. The windows, including the functional flip-out windshield, are clear and intact, as are the trucks lights, including its cowl lights. The two-bar chrome bumpers look great and the engine bay is extremely tidy.
The trucks oak floor is clean and bright while there are wooden side frames and a black metal storage tray behind the driver. The cargo area is 46.4 wide by more than 59 inches wide.
This Model A rolls on Garfield tires, size 4.75/5.00-19 at all four corners and each tire is mounted on an ivory Ford wire wheel. The wheels provide eye-catching contrast to the already attractive body.
Under the hood is Fords 201 CID L-head inline four-cylinder engine loaded with period correct manifold heater and oil filter upgrade. The motor us mated to a three-speed sliding gear manual transmission.
Inside, the brown, split-folding bench seat is in excellent condition, while the floor mat looks very good and tidy. Above the driver is a wood headliner that looks great while a black, four-spoke steering wheel is present. The red and black metal instrument panel is in excellent order while the inner door panels look very good. The wiper is inoperable at the motor. Completing the interior is the floor-mounted shifter and upgraded seat belts.
Competition to this Model A Panel in 1931 included Chevrolets Series AE Independence.
Again, for those looking to collect another classic hard to find Ford or for someone who wants a unique advertising vehicle, this is one to check out closely at MotoeXotica Classic Cars before someone else takes it home or makes it work for them!
This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 1,458 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
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