The block in my 1930 Standard Coupe has unrepairable crack(s) and needs to be replaced. I’m looking for a good, used serviceable engine OR functional engine block.
Mike Davison, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, PH: (310) 990-5836, Toluca Lake, California
Completely rebuilt. It was taken out of very low mileage car and replaced with a Michell synchronized transmission. Includes the shifter and Bell housing. It’s packed and can be shipped UPS. Also I will throw in the horn and car cover.
Mark Dolce, Email: email@example.com, PH: (646) 382-3518, New York
Barn find. Runs well. New tires. Needs restoring. All there.
Doug, PH: (336) 667-2378, North Wilkesboro, NC
1931 Model A Coupe with five windows.
New Engine, new breaks, new wheels, grill and chassis repainted. All genuine body parts, fenders, rumble seat etc. Light rust. This Ford is in mid restoration and is sold with the body disassembled for easy completion. Must be able to load all parts and pieces by yourself. A bill of sale will be provided upon payment. This is sold with no title. A title may be accessed at the DMV with your bill of sale. Contact Robyn for additional photos or to request an appointment to view the car.
Robyn. PH: (630) 344-9095
A solid car with an overhauled engine that has only 250 miles since overhaul. Body is solid with no rust-through. The car has excellent interior upholster including the rear rumble seat. Tires are in good shape and engine runs smooth. Body has older paint job and has a few paint chips. Drive it “as-is” or , with repaint, this Model A would be top notch. If you would like to view the car or have any questions, please give me a call. The Model A is dark blue with black fenders. The Model A is Ford’s second most successful body style behind it’s predecessor Ford Model T. I am retired and cannot work on cars like I used to and decided to let it go to someone else to enjoy.
James R. “Bob” Lykins, Cell: (859) 227-8829. Danville, Ky
Summer Greetings from the MARC Board of Directors
The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly required most individuals and organizations to make unwanted and unpopular changes. The ever decreasing membership levels along with normal inflation have impacted the club’s financial health. The MARC Board of Directors, after careful consideration, has decided that a modest increase of $5 in National dues is warranted. New and renewal U.S. memberships will be $50 beginning with the 2022 calendar year. Full details, including foreign rates, will be included in your renewal notice in the September/October issue of the Model A News. We trust that this will not place a financial burden on any individual, but the increase will ensure the fiscal health of our club for the future.
IMPORTANT!!! If you are a Regional newsletter editor or officer, PLEASE help us by sharing this message with all MARC members to whom you have access. This will help the MARC Office staff greatly by reducing the number of replies needed for those who send in the wrong amount for their membership renewal. So please, do this at your earliest convenience!
Thank you from your MARC Board of Directors.
Drives and runs as a A should, stops on a dime. No oil puddles, ready to drive and drive. body off Frame restoration in 2013. Fresh engine in 2015. 2nd engine, 100’s of parts.. Ready to run.
John Mottershaw, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, PH: (832) 691-6123, TX