1931 Coupe







Tour Ready, Great looking and running car. H&H touring engine with V8 clutch, F150
steering box, Mitchell trans & O/D, High compression head, Roll down rear window, 6 volt alternator, Aries muffler,
Leakless water pump, Brakes rebuilt and much more, Selling due to lack of storage space. Sherman Oaks, CA

Call for more info and pictures.

Stan Monheit (818) 590-4185, skmonheit@aol.com

1931 Station Wagon





Built March 1931, non-indented firewall. Former MAFCA National First Place, Touring Award. Rebuilt balanced engine, flywheel and clutch with less than 2,000 miles. Correct LeBaron Bonney interior and side curtains. Additional detailed information and photos available for serious buyers.

Asking $32,500.00.

Wayne Champagne, (508) 881-1595, wchampagne@verizon.net

1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

Washington Blue/Black, turn signals, Spartan horn, step plates, radiator stone guard, rear spare with cover, luggage rack, Wolf whistle,like new interior, 6 volt alternator, steering & brakes operator with no issues. Very nice paint, body and interior, completed a 500 plus miles tour in October 2017, ran great. Oxford, Alabama.


Gerald Grizzard, (256) 310-6463, gfireman52@aol.com


1931 Ford Model A S/W Town Sedan












Equipped with a “B” engine, Riley Overhead Valve Head, Carter downdraft carburetor, exhaust header, this engine develops about 110 HP, 39 Ford synchronized transmission married with a Borg Warner O/D, electronic ignition, 6 blade fan, hydraulic brakes (new brake shoes, wheel cylinders & rubber hoses), torsion bars, trailer hitch, dual side mounts, 2 speedometers, new Bedford Cord interior, 12 volt alternator and other accessories that I have missed. This unique “A” is ready for any road trip & car shows. Black on Black all steel car.  Car is located in Oxford, Alabama


Gerald (256) 310-6463, gfireman52@aol.com for additional pictures or info.

1929 Ford Coupe











This is a great find in my eyes.
Running like it was new and ready to be driven at a moments notice.
All original except for the ignition which I hear is normal for this magnificent automobile.
Who wants to go for a ride?

Philip Brous, philipbrous12@gmail.com, (203) 496-6179

1930 Model A Coupe




















Ground up restoration done according to judging standards AACA Senior Car, MARC Award of Excellence. Corpa/Chicle drab paint with straw stripe and wheels. Rumble seat car with one side mount. As nice underneath as the top of car, perfect fit and finish.

$20,000 OBO, I will consider a partial trade for a 1930 or 1931 Tudor Sedan older restoration.

Michael Morton, mandm1987@yahoo.com, (910) 787-3753