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






Not a generic, flimsy kit or strange backyard attempt but professionally designed and built. Rebuilt 1931 motor, 1932 B high compression head, “Trojan” period correct dual carb manifold, rebuilt transmission, high speed rear, lightened flywheel, chassis, wheels, tires, Fat Man wheel and 3 hides for interior. All mechanics are done. Steel body in primer making it an easy finish.


(914) 400-7061 NY Weekday mornings only, 301047652b@gmail.com

1931 Model A Tudor






Diamond “B” Block. (Big bearings, full flow oil).  Leakless Water Pump, new top, new upholstery, seat belts.  Brakes, front end, gas gauge overhauled. Original paint (And dents). I grew up with A’s in upstate New York and have appreciated the advantages of the vintage B block marriage with the otherwise stock Model A.


Derek Van Loan, Mill Valley, CA, (415) 388-0743, dervanloan@yahoo.com

1930 Model A Std. Coupe








Frame off restoration done according to judging standards. Standard coupe with rumble seat and cowl lights, 1400 miles on car. Corpa/Chicle drap paint with straw stripe and wheels. Perfect fit and finish as nice underneath as top of car. AACA Senor car, MARC Touring class award of Excellence with a score of 470 at Gettysburg this year.


Mike, (910) 787-3753

1931 Model A Deluxe Coupe





Rumble seat. Black with green trim.
Was completely disassembled in June 2004 an striped of all paint. Repainted. Cost
$2,811.89. New Carpet in front cost $190.00. The rest of interior in excellent condition
Have other documentation on the car.

$16,000. Negotiable


1931 Model A Tudor

















The interior and leather roof need restoration. Front turn signals were added for safety reasons, as my Uncle George drove it to his work at the Ford Livonia Transmission Plant on special occassions. An extra engine with transmission, a spare transmission, and an Otwell Model 14 heater are included. There is a parking pass on that cracked windshield and the fellows who assisted me in moving it outdoors for the pictures broke the left front turn signal lens.


T Young, tyoung7@earthlink.net