Ford Model A Heads

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have two used Ford Model A heads available. No cracks or warping. Good condition.

$50 each plus UPS shipping cost to your door. I will package N/C. Indianapolis,IN.

John (317)846-4605, john.chamness@sbcglobal.net

1930 Style A Roadster

NOT A SHAY !!!, Rumble seat Roadster with side curtains, 302 Ford ,auto, ps, pb, ACC., 10,206 miles. Twin Fender mount spares, Luggage rack on back,Runs great. Titled as a 1981 Model A. Title in hand. Call me, I can e-mail some Pics. PLEASE NO TEXT.

$18,000

Jack Pletcher, (740)-274-1663

Early 1928 Model A Starter Bendix

Looking for a Early 1928 starter bendix that fits a 1/2″ shaft on the starter. So far, I have not been able to locate anyone with the bendix since they are not reproduced and must be an original. My early 1928 Fordor Leatherback is not able to be driven until the bendix is located. Would appreciate any help in locating one.

Perry Daily, plda2@PVTN.net

1931 2dr Model A Sedan

 

Restored in excellent condition. Red with
Black fenders. No rust. Stored inside, tires like new. First class
Driver and reliable.

$12,500

Sorenson (517) 546-5977

1930 Ford 4 door 6 Wheel Model A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Older restoration. Previous owner was a body shop and painted the car about 6 years ago. I have had it for 2 1/2 years. I replaced front spring, all four shackles. Pinion arm, steering arms and all ball joint parts. 4 new tires and tubes, rebuilt distributor and shafts and carb. Thermostat and gauge, tube shocks, led lights and third light. Any tools and parts here go with it. Selling because of health issues. Located near Valley Forge,PA. 20 miles from Philadelphia, PA.

$16,500

Bruce Saylor, bgsberk@comcast.net, (610) 666-6572

Canadian Maritime & West Point Tour

With Lukie & Huge Smith

 

Lukie, Hugh, Joanne, Jim, and Whit Moore.

Welcome to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greetings –

My wife Joanne and I were having great difficulty planning our dream tour
to the Canadian Maritime States when we discovered that Hugh and Lukie
Smith were doing the same and way ahead of us.  They invited and we
accepted.  Their friend Whit Moore made the third car and what a fantastic
team we made having a fabulous time.  After we toured New Brunswick, Prince Island, and Nova Scotia, on the way home Hugh had arranged for us to tour the US Military Academy at West Point, NY.   Driving our Model A’s around
West Point with our “personal” guide was also the experience of a life time.

One picture shows the three Model A’s heading North on a beautiful Maine
country road Lukie chose for us.  The second a pix at WPMA waiting for our
escort, and, the other was taken at West Point at the auto service center as
we refueled preparing for departure.

What a time and what a fantastic trip Lukie planned and navigated for us.

Jim Gregory