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, firstname.lastname@example.org, (757) 345-2501
Like to find a nice 68C Slant Windshield Cabriolet, correct older restoration preferred. Any Color considered but Brewster Green would be perfect.
Joop Plaggenborg, Ford68C@aol.com
Looking for a pair. They measure 14” x 9”.
Mike Dunbar: email@example.com or (407) 902-9784
I read that the Ford dealers had a scale model of the Model A Ford chassis about 2-3′ long. It showed everything in detail and the steering also worked. Does anyone have any information about such a model?
Thank You for your time in helping me.
Fred Burk, firstname.lastname@example.org, (314) 821-6072
I’ll be towing it behind my 1930 Model A roadster I have a hitch receiver already set up ,all I need now is the trailer. I don’t need it to be in great shape, just towable.
Bob Miller, email@example.com, (415) 515-7392
I am trying to assemble a complete set of the FORD LIFE magazines that were published by Lorin Sorensen. If you have any issues to sell or to trade, please contact me. Thank you in advance.
I am looking for a very early AR light switch housing. It is the one that mounts on a bracket and stands off the end of the steering column. It is not the one that is held in place on the end of the column with a wire bale. If you have one of these earliest housing and will sell it please call or email me.
Paul Ianuario firstname.lastname@example.org (864)-275-2596
Parts for OD-C1B Electric Windshield Wiper
I am in need of some ORIGINAL (if at all possible) parts to complete my OD-C1B Electric Windshield Wiper Assembly
1 Switch Lever S2A
1 Hand Operating Lever O1A
1 Swing Arm Support Lever A1
These parts are according to the MARC/MAFCA Restoration Guidelines and Judging Standards.
Steve Plucker email@example.com (509) 749-2211
We may need your help.
We are looking for a 1931 Ford Coupe Deluxe in “Brewster Green / Black”, original, no patches, in good condition, an older restoration, may have some patina… for a new project?!!
Thanks for your help.
We purchased this car in 1959 or 1960 when living in Grand Rapids, MI. We did a full restoration on it, doing some modifications for safety and drivability. The modifications included 16″ 1935 Ford wheels w /Firestone whitewalls, hydraulic brakes, red vinyl upholstery, headliner was white foam material from Oldsmobile sedans, radio in rear deck w/hidden antenna on right rear, custom white vinyl top insert, sealed beam headlights, rumble seat. Running boards were white heavy-duty rubber (diamond pattern), w/step plates. 1932 Ford roll down glass.
The car was sold in Parchment, MI (North of Kalamazoo, MI) in August of 1962. We would like to know the present owners to be able to share the car’s history in more detail.
CONTACT: Dan & Verlie Smith