This Ford Maroon and Black beauty has been less than 900 miles since restoration that included engine rebuild by Antique Engine in Skokie. Last fall the valves were adjusted (to a gnat’s a–) and the Zenith was rebuilt. 6 volts supplied by new Nu-Rex alternator and controlled by a Nu-Rex gyro mechanical advance. Engine compartment shows VERY well. The car starts, idles, runs, drives, stops, and sounds GOOD. The aa-hoo-gaa horn pronounces all three syllables! The car’s pre-spring startup and debut in the St. Charles St. Patrick’s Parade charmed thousands! The Bedford Cord upholstery fits and sits great. The headliner is taut and stain free. All windows wind up and down (with new felts and channels) and do not rattle. Doors close with good fit at rear. No break, no blacksmithing fenders and hood. Paint is shiny with no scaling or blisters. The Maroon is a great almost-black tone like Henry would remember it to be. The rear-mount spare has a matching cover. Chrome luggage rack has wood slats. Bumpers and bright work are very clear and shiny. The car is wired to pull a small trailer. The hitch receiver is bolted and could be removed.
Buy this very nice car to drive while you finish restoring the one in your garage. (Matching Mullins Red Cap luggage trailer available at reasonable cost.) 60151
Bruce, (630) 715-9475
Good condition. Saracota, Fl
B. Crofut, (941) 812-0901
Selling a family treasure due to time and new job. Car has been garaged and maintained since it was restored in 1996. I have been driving it every few weeks and kept it up. It has always been out of rain, salt, snow, and ice. New carburetor, hubcap, coil, fuel lines, gas valve, mirrors radiator cap and more. Tuned up every few months. Has had spark plugs, suspension, horn, steering, distributer, & speedometer. The electric wiper is (Heinze #1!) currently being serviced. Starts easily and drives smoothly. Gets alot of looks and conversations on even the shortest of trips.
This vehicle is one of 5000 originally built, the Model A Deluxe Panel Delivery. At last check there were about 100 left in the US. The goal is to get this vehicle to someone who can appreciate the time and place.
This is your chance to own raw steel Americana. This vehicle was restored by hand from the ground up in 1996 and has been meticulously maintained. Custom paint job reflecting Ohio history. It has approx 1000 original miles on frame and engine. Yes, you read that correctly. Note that odometer does not match engine mileage.
Only non original parts to time and date of 1930 are cupholder, turn signals and seat belts. Will also add extra speedometer, coil, & Les Andrews manual.
Car is in Charlotte NC region and has been maintained by self and Queen City club experts. Buyer to pay for any transport, but will help arrange.
Email email@example.com for more info / exchange numbers and please let someone you know that is looking for one that it is available. Thanks.
Hood Ornament-Devil thumbing his nose$45
Model A horn looks and sounds good $195
Alternator 12 V, Neg Grnd, 100 Amp charges at low RPM, New Cond $129
Zenith 1 Carb vg $150
Tillotson Carb Model X $120
1930 Gas tank $195
Fulton gas pedal $24
Manifold heater $50
Hi volume oil pump $95,
Battery hold down $7
Orig hand crank vg $20
1930 SS Radiator shell fair con $40
1930/31 wheel vg $80
Sideview mirror $12
Rear window brake light $8
Trans shift forks refurnished $25 ea
Chrome Siren,vg $85
Distributor complete vg $100
Dist body color Brown vg $35
Dist heat shield $7
Oil tube with breather hose $25
30/31 Chrome bumpers minor imperfections $150 set
Air Maze $20
Steering column support & lower clamp $25
Ford script in wood 3×7″ $10
29 – Main wire harness w terminal box to dash wire new $30
Asst of Ford wrenches 3 lg comb,1 lg box, 3 adj, 3 open end 5″, 2 open end 4-1/2″, 1 pliers $50 lot
1930 frame sand blasted & painted, rebuilt trans, diff, 5 good wheels, rad, good brakes, shocks steering wheel and column, tires/tubes $1500.
Feel free to call Marv for info or pictures, (517) 467-5125, firstname.lastname@example.org
Add this to your Ford stuff collection. I had it mounted on my red roadster pickup as a Fire Chief car.
Includes the wall mounting bracket.
Asking $150 plus shipping.
Ron Schell, email@example.com
Watch Case Era for testing motor magnetos
Cliff Baker, firstname.lastname@example.org, (703) 795-8849
For 1928 Ford Model A two door sedan
1. Front Fenders $800.00 Pair
2. Rear Fenders $650.00 Pair
3. New Running Boards 250.00 Pair
4. New Running Board Slash Aprons $300.00 Pair
5. Original Radiator Apron $75.00
6. New Headlight Bar $150.00
7. 0riginal Front Fender Braces $90.00 Pair
8. Original Rear Fender Braces $80.00 Pair
9. Original Front and Rear Running Board Braces $130.00 set
Thats the cost separaetly will sell all for $2250
Cliff Baker, email@example.com, (703) 795-8849
It has a rebuilt engine with a high compression head and lightened flywheel and rebuilt transmission. The fenders are fiberglass and the interior needs work. It is a solid, good driver on 12 volt conversion.
Jeff, (864) 229-4211