1930 Ford Model A Town Sedan

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Engine: Flathead 4 Cyl.     Horsepower: 40     Transmission: 3-Speed Manual

In 1928 the Model A Ford was introduced to the world and became instantly popular with the public. After an 18 year run of the Model T, this was a big step forward for Ford. Unlike the Model T, the Model A had a conventional 3 speed manual gearbox and a had an overall more modern design. Better described as being more luxurious than the old Model T, and for a low price. The engine was still a flathead four cylinder L-head engine, but now with almost double the horsepower of a T and a water pump. The 1928 and 1929 model years looked almost identical, but for the 1930 Model year , Ford gave his Model A a facelift making it even more appealing than ever before. A taller and more modern radiator, swoopier fenders, smaller wire wheels, redesigned stainless headlamps and a redesigned dash, making the 1930 and 1931 Model A's the most sought after model years. 

This 1930 Model A Ford town sedan is an exceptionally well restored example. The upholstery is beautiful as is the paint and brightwork. Finished in original colors of maroon and black with red wheels and a red pinstripe, it shown extremely well. Every detail has been tended to, even dow to the correct cadmium plated lug nuts. Mechanically it has recently been treated to a service that included cleaning the gas tank, carburetor rebuild and a general service. It runs and drives great and is ready to be shown or driven with pleasure. Contact us today for more information.