213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1930 Ford Model A Rumble Seat Coupe was a premium car when new, and it continues to show that kind of elegance today. So you'll love everything from the classic rumble seat, to the hint of metallic in the two-tone. It all makes for a true vintage machine that also has plenty of style for today.
This coupe is one of the best ways to enjoy the Model A. The fully enclosed cabin is part of what really made this one a leap over the Tin Lizzy, but that iconic rumble seat in back still gives you an open-air experience that will get you invited to every parade. Another reason why you'll be asked to showcase this one is because of the stellar paintwork. The two-tone intertwines a creamy tan with a metallic maroon. Not only does this show the deep luster and hint of sparkle that tells you there was a solid investment here, but also this is a detail-oriented package. That's why the steel fenders have a tan pinstripe to really highlight the curves. And there's plenty of maroon pinstriping showing off the quality of the tan body. Even the wire wheels are color-matched, and they have a cool maroon pinstripe on the rim. This is a premium Model A that has a spare tire mounted in each front fender, and they even follow the detailed color pattern, too! Detail-oriented also means the best classic pieces, like the correct vinyl roof, windshield overhang, and a folding trunk cradle. You even get a removable trunk that comes stocked with a tool kit.
The interior continues the classic style with a mohair fabric look. But you can also see that everything is quite a bit fresher from the right investments. That means a comfy seat, an excellent headliner, color-matched dash with pinstriping, and an exceptionally clean four-spoke steering wheel. There are a few handy modern additions, like the lap belts, mounted fire extinguisher, and cup holders. But overall, nothing takes away from the vintage atmosphere.
When you get under the hood, Ford's 201 cubic inch four-cylinder engine looks amazingly correct and authentic. This motor is all about torque, and the over-achieving little machine makes a distinctive sound that's been beloved for generations. It fires up readily and runs excellent. So it's not a problem on modern surface streets and parade routes. The three-speed manual transmission shifts cleanly with a classic mechanical action and the brakes are effective for a vehicle with modest performance and light weight.
We're serious about this being parade-worthy, but of course, you don't need a marching band to follow you to drive this one with pride. So if you want high-quality iconic American, call today!
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