Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
1928 Ford Model A Huckster oPreviously owned by the Marie Nordquist family of Marie's Salad Dressing fame oThe company commissioned Jon Van Lente of Lentville A's to fully restore oMarie's Salad Dressing used vehicle for promotion and trade shows oBlack rubberized roof with straw yellow body over black wings and saddle brown bench seat oNumbers matching 201 CID L-head four-cylinder engine with three-speed sliding gear manual transmission oRestored bed frame with high-quality Douglas fir wood to absorb vibration oEntire body is built with kiln-dried select red oakwood oFull front doors with operating safety glass windows oNew set of four red wire wheels and new Coker B.F. Goodrich tires oDriver's side side-mounted spare tire with cover and wire wheel oGenerator upgraded to alternator oFull set of side and rear roll-up windows for cargo bed oPop-out front windshield Ford's Model A came in nearly as many aftermarket variants as there were factory models. This particular example, a huckster, was previously owned by the Marie Nordquist family, who own Marie's Salad Dressing. Hucksters made great farm utility trucks and vehicles for commercial deliveries. The Marie's Company commissioned Jon Van Lente of Lentville A's in Holland, Michigan to fully restore this rolling beauty, which was then used for promotional opportunities and trade shows. Dressed in Straw Yellow over black wings and featuring a black rubberized roof, the paint and trim on this vehicle are in the expected excellent condition after restoration. The entire body has kiln-dried select red oakwood as its foundation and the bed frame uses high-quality Douglas fir wood to soak up vibrations. The glass includes safety glass in both side doors and a pop-out windshield and dual sideview mirrors. Common for the period, there are a driver's side taillight and windshield wiper. The car's bodywork is straight and solid as you'd expect, the engine bay is extremely tidy, and the cargo area looks fantastic! A full set of side and rear roll-up windows that snap on help complete the look, along with the chrome dual-band front bumper. This classy A rolls on wide whitewall Coker B.F. Goodrich tires, size 4.40-4.50-21. Each one is mounted on a new Ford red wire wheel. The wheels are in excellent condition while the tires are in very good order. There is also a driver's side-mounted older spare tire with matching wire wheel and factory cover. Under the split hood is a 201 CID L-head four-cylinder engine hooked to a three-speed sliding gear manual transmission. The factory generator has been upgraded to an alternator. Inside, the truck's saddle bench seat looks superb while there are floor mats covering the wood in the cab. The wooden headliner is gorgeous, and a black, four-spoke steering wheel faces the driver. The wooden inner door liners complement the Straw Yellow metal instrument panel, which is pretty. A floor-mounted shift lever completes the interior. This Model A is one of the prettiest ones we have had here at MotoeXotica Classic Cars. If you collect Fords or Model As or if you're looking for your next rolling billboard, you owe it to yourself to check out this Huckster. Stop by today! VIN: 299311 and is the matching engine number This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 48,244 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!? Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.
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