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1930 Ford Model A Roadster
This Model A appears to have had a complete restoration. The body and fenders are all steel is solid and clean. This is a no issues car that can be driven anywhere. It is strong running and handles and drives like new. Power comes from a 200ci 4-cylinder engine producing 40hp mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. A quality car with all the accessories including dual spotlights, rumble seat, and twin spare tires in fenders with Stainless Spare Tire Covers and gloss black metal fronts.
The forward cowl lights are turn signals. A universal turn signal kit with flasher and hazard keeps this Model A up to date. Headlights are show quality stainless steel. Taillights are "Duolamp" made from stainless steel with amber and red lens that function as both stop and turn lamps. The chrome winged Moto Meter & cap is in excellent condition. All stainless-steel radiator stone guard protects the fully polish radiator shell and grill insert.
The all steel fenders and running boards have the FORD deluxe script step plates. The running board splash aprons are done in gloss black giving the fenders and running boards a beautiful contrast to the tan body. All metal contours of the body have been highlighted in black. Its this attention to detail that brings out the art deco styling of the 1930's.
Canvas Top done in light neutral tan has glass rear window in a chrome metal frame. Top frame has wooden bows which are stained and clear coated. The big rear top bow can be seen from inside the car is beautifully crafted. When down has a very nice canvas boot (cover). The Camel-colored bench and rumble seat with matching door and kick panels presents well giving a rich look.
Award winning 1930 Ford Model A Deluxe Sport Roadster is parade ready!
Add it to your collection for $27,500.00!
This vehicle is located in Washington.
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