Flathead 4 Cylinder
This 1929 Ford Model A Sedan has a bold look to grab extra attention. But it also never loses that classic Henry Ford spirit that makes it a true classic. So it will always remind you of a true bygone era with every mile. The paint is exactly how you want a vintage car like this to look. The old idea with the Model T was that you could get it in any color you want as long as it was black. So on this custom Model A, you still get the Henry Ford steel body and even a glossy black as a base, but this one also trades some simplicity for style. You see it in the Sage Green accents that showcase the hood, upright doors, and curves of the rear fenders. Plus, this also has an orange pinstripe on the body that matches the color of the wheels. There\'s even a premium brown vinyl roof for added distinction. Plus, you\'ll love all the details, from the etching in the side wind deflectors, to the steamer trunk mounted on the rear. It\'s all there to draw attention to ta true icon in classic motoring. The reason a sedan is so desirable is because those suicide doors always look terrific opening up at a car show. And when you peek inside, you\'ll see the seats, door panels, and headliner all of the kind of condition that lets us know this was a cared for classic. The mohair cloth looks vintage, but the way it feels to the touch tells us there was an investment here. This Model A is all about being authentic - from the classic four-spoke steering wheel, to the bright instrument panel. In fact, this thoroughly correct interior means raising the front windshield and rolling down the side windows to get your ventilation the way families did a few generations ago. There\'s even a glass flower vase on the driver\'s side pillar for detailed authenticity. 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 happily pulls this sedan around without working too hard, so it\'s not a problem on modern surface streets. The three-speed manual transmission shifts cleanly and the brakes are effective for a vehicle with modest performance and light weight. So, in total, this 90+ year-old is vintage fun that can still be enjoyed today. The sale comes complete with build receipts. This Model A has an extra standout presence, and yet, you know it\'s also the ideal classic to represent early motoring. Call today!!!
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