1930 Model A Coupe





Has rumble seat and roll down rear window. Professional restoration in very nice condition. All Steel. Assembled at the Charlotte NC assembly plant and has spent its life in the Carolinas. Windwings, Step Plates, Quail Radiator Cap and Cowl lamps and restored as original. Bratton’s high reflectivity headlamp reflectors installed. We will include a radiator stone guard and car cover with her. Very dependable, has been on several tours and is driven regularly. With seat belts and turn signals added for safety.


Home phone 919-242-6000 or kirkellis@embarqmail.com. Goldsboro, North Carolina.

1929 Tudor






Transmission, front end, brakes rebuilt. Counter-balanced crank, high compression head, 6v alternator, insert bearings. Turn signals. Rear seat belts. Interior panels from Lebaron-Bonnie. Motivated Seller. My sport coupe is almost ready and I do not have room for two hobby cars.

$11,200 negotiable.

Richard Concklin, (608) 221-2198, rconcklin@tds.net. Madison, WI.

Rebuilt Engines

2 Model “B” rebuilt diamond blocks ready to set into Model “A”. New pistons/rings, valves, guides, adj. lifters, all new Babbitt, reground counter weighted crank shaft, Snyder’s high compression Head, new crank & cam gears, cylinders bored, deck surfaced, hardened valve seats. Ran for test.


Call Bob, (315) 736-9204, modelabaker@yahoo.com

Information Wanted for Model A Database

I am compiling a database of Model A Fords, based on the vehicle engine number. No hot rods please. It is based on the engine number simply because the frame number is usually not accessible.

Currently the database contains approximately 2,000 Model As. The database includes: the year of the vehicle; the engine number; the body style (i.e. 35-A or B, 40-A or B, 55-A or B, 76-A or B, 150-A or B, 190-A, 400-A, etc.); the body type (i.e. phaeton, roadster, sport coupe, tudor sedan, fordor sedan, pickup, station wagon, standard or deluxe model, etc.); the location of the spare, tire(s) (left, right, rear); the colors; and miscellaneous features (i.e. rumble seat, eyebrow fenders, 1931 indented firewall, etc.). For security reasons, the database does not include any personal information about the vehicles’ owner.

Rick Calhoun, r.calhoun@cox.net, (757) 345-2501

1931 Steelback Victoria project

Solid early ’31 flat firewall body & original wood sub-frame. The fenders, splash aprons, rear splash apron & cowl are all repaired & in primer. Original frame, with stamped number that matches original engine number; CA DMV title issued with this number. All correct interior & exterior parts included. Can send photos by request.


Vern Schwebke, Vern190A@cox.net














Runs great and has many new parts. Car cover, extra parts, two new tires, and tools go with the car.

Asking $12,500.

Ken Phebus at 443-540-3364, Maryland


Model A Produce Truck










Re-built motor, carburetor, starter, 12V.
New Mitchell Transmission, leakless water pump, gas gauge, exhaust and intake manifolds, alternator, wiper motor, upholstery.  
New radiator hoses, re-worked radiator, overhauled brakes.   Blinkers, E-Z Steer Kit, Steering Stabilizer, Float-A-Motor kit.  

$20,000 OBO.
Melvin, (251) 714-6442, Franklin, AL