800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This classic 1928 Ford Model A Pickup is a fantasy about honesty. A truck with a genuine 1920s feel like this one begs for a lazy Sunday drive. And we know it really wants to hit the road by how well it runs.
The story we're told is that this one spent some time in a Kansas museum, and the presentation certainly reflects a truck that would be used for show. The khaki green and black two-tone have the right look to represent its era. And there's a nice gloss here that looks good in any light. It's all part of an older respray, and so it shows some age. That means we bet there will be people who assume it's original (we won't tell the secret if you won't.) The details on this one are nice. It has a canvas roof cover, matching windshield sunshade, grille stone screen, wire wheels, and a matching spare in the front feeder. And of course, there's real lumber on the truck bed floor, and we always love the look of matching wood side rails.
Inside is a cab built for long-lasting function. The vinyl bench seat and matching door panels feel authentic. Everything has the right classic feel, including the large four-spoke steering wheel, early model gauge panel, and pop-out windshield ventilation. In fact, there's only one modern convenience that's easy to spot. There's a SunPro temp gauge cleanly installed below the dash, and this is quite essential for those who love driving their classics.
All Model As, even the trucks, got the same torquey 201 cubic inch four-cylinder engine. That means maintenance and spares are easier that you would think on a pickup that's rapidly approaching the century mark. The block looks honest and correct. There are even some numbers that suggest this is original. As you take a deeper look, you'll also discover some great upgrades to make this a better driver. It includes a 12-volt electrical system, alternator, and upgraded carburetor and intake. It makes for a pickup that has better starting power and improved fuel delivery. That's why this one often fires up with the quickest first try! The three-speed manual transmission has a purposeful and mechanical feel, and so in total, you have rolling history with just the right amount of practical upgrade.
Complete with owner's manual, if you've wanted a 1930s pickup that was ready to impress on day one, this is it. So don't let this opportunity pass you by. Call now!
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