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1930 Ford Model A for sale - Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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FOR SALE: 1930 Ford Model A $19,900 USD
Morgantown, PA

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1930 Ford Model A Fordor  Sedan The Ford Model A was a car made by the Ford Motor Company.  It had a four-cylinder engine.  It replaced the Ford Model T and was replaced by the Ford Model B and Ford Model 18.  Though it was only made for five years, 4,849,340 Model A\'s were made and sold. This consignment, a 1930 Ford Model A Ford sedan that has a good looking rebuilt engine, an absolutely beautiful custom interior and fair exterior.  It is rust free and exhibits as mostly original for this exterior.  A driver survivor which could be taken across the country or around town or wherever.  It runs just great. Exterior An older restoration was performed on this car and the finish is starting to show its age on the two-tone paint job with maroon for the roof and body and black for fenders and running boards.  The roof is vinyl, and this is due to the fact that back in 1930 the technology did not exist to stamp a panel large enough to fit the entire roof, so it was left to be canvas with lath structure.  Today it is black vinyl and looks great with no fade or tears.  Our example pictured here has well minded thin gaps throughout, is all rust free, and the paint is still looking decent, but does show a few chips, scuffs, dents, crazing and flaws.  Some black is seen highlighting the body bump out line and pillars, and the curved fenders and adjoining running boards are black as well.  All glass is clear, chrome trimmings are shiny and not pitted or faded.  This chrome includes the radiator surround, headlight casings and bezels, door handles, hood cowl trimming right before the firewall cowl, rear tail lighting, and dual flat bar split bumpers on back and a full length one in front.  Out back we note a period correct spare tire. 19-inch wire wheels in maroon with shiny chromed hubs are on all 4 corners and are wrapped in 4.75/5.25/5.50-19 black wall rubber. Interior A swing of any door and we are now custom gray broadcloth looking like original heaven.  Covering each door in the gray colorway with a pocket for storage in the center, shiny actuator handles and window cranks and even the lock flip toggle are beautiful shining examples within this  soft cloth.  The window sills are maroon painted metal, and the lowers are black carpeting.  Inside 2 bench seats covered in gray canvas broadcloth that has large tuck and roll inserts with the bolsters and tubs for seating also covered in gray material.  The rear bench now has armrests and a center fold down armrest.  The floors are black carpeting and appear like new.  A nicely done metal curved dash swoops across the bottom of the windshield and showing in maroon with the centrally mounted chromed mask style instrument cluster with the old gauges which are all working.  The headliner is more gray canvas broadcloth and presents nice and tight with no stains or tears.  Noted above the windshield is a panel with a headliner light and switch.  Looks old but it\'s new just like the rest of the interior. Drivetrain Lifting either side of the cowled hood we are greeted with an inline 4-cylinder 201ci engine that appears in very well kept condition.  Nice wiring in the old style, new hoses and a coating of steel green engine paint are all within the restored engine bay.  This engine is fed by a 1-barrel carburetor and has a 3-speed manual transmission attached to the back, which is shifted from the long posted floor shifter.  3.70 gears are noted in the rear axle.  New wiring snakes its way throughout this bay. Undercarriage So the key words here are used and enjoyed, but not abused.  Just a hint of road dirt splatter but no rust for the X frame, body hangers, running board, and exterior fendered underside is all pristine.  Transverse leaf springs were the suspension of the era, and these are on the front and rear.  Mechanical drum brakes are seen all around as well. Drive-Ability Starting is a breeze once you figure out the choke and which pedal to push, but it was off t


  • Price$19,900 USD
  • Odometer50334
  • Body Stylesedan
  • Stock #6056

Price History

Original Price$19,900
Listed Price$19,900

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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