1931 Model A Station Wagon & Deluxe Roadster Coupe Cabriolet

I need to find a home for my two model A’s. Both are 1931’s. One is a Woody Station Wagon and the other is a Deluxe Roadster Coupe Cabriolet. They were restored in the late 1970’s and have been garaged ever since. Cars may be seen in Huntington Beech, CA 92649

$20,000 for the Woody
$30,000 for the coupe

Stuart or Carol Hubbard (714) 840-3349, hubbard.stuart60@gmail.com



1930-1931 AA Wanted

Short wheel base, flat bed preferred. Duel rear wheels. 1930-31 body stile. Good mechanical driver.

Bob, robbeth1@frontier.com, (810) 653-7861



1931 Victoria

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Nearly all original. It has been running, but needs some work to get it on the road. Owner no longer has space to work on it. Located in Ross Township, Pittsburgh area.


Bud Branstetter,  bfb3@verizon.net



Rare 1929 Town Car Sedan Leather Back

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Older restoration. Very good condition. Clear Michigan title. Drives nice. 72,210 miles on engine. Comfortable ride. Excellent interior. Stored in garage. Located in Michigan.


Ed MacDonald, ds290907@gmail.com, (616) 914-7789



A495 Phaeton Needs a New Home

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It’s with a very heavy heart that I have now officially put A495 up for sale. It is arguably one of the finest restorations of a Model A and an extremely detailed restoration of the earliest Model A’s.
After the restoration A495 was completed in 2014, it was judged at three national Model A meets and was the Best of Show at each. It was displayed at two other national meets. Since then it has spent two years in the MAFFI Museum at the Gilmore in Hickory Corners, Michigan and three years in a trailer in my shop. This summer I will bring it to the MARC National meet in Dearborn, Michigan.

$195,000 firm.

Whether you are interested as a potential buyer or just curious, send an email to a495dean@gmail.com and I will send you a link to a file of photos at Dropbox. I will also send a copy of an article that I wrote about A495 for the Model A News.

A495 Information
– A495 engine made – November 14, 1927
– Phaeton Body Number – 260F (Rouge Plant)
– Sent to final assembly – November 22nd, 1927
– The 349th Model A built (a total of 4,858,644 Model A’s were built)
– The earliest known Model A Phaeton to have survived.
– Body: Niagara Blue Dark
– Top: Black fine long – short grain artificial leather
– Upholstery: Spanish brown colonial grain artificial leather

– Entered at a national MARC or MAFCA meet only three times for fine point judging.
– Highest point total of any “A” in each MARC or MAFCA National Meet A495 was entered.

– MARC French Lick National Meet 2014
494 points
Henry Ford Award
– MAFCA Puyallup National Meet 2014
483 points
Best of Show
MAFCA Award of Excellence
– MARC Niagara Falls National Meet 2015
497 points
MARC of Excellence – Master Restoration

– MAFFI Model A Museum at the Gilmore 2015 – 2017
– MAFCA Loveland National Meet 2016 – Workshop about Early Model A’s
– MARC Perrysburg National Meet 2016 – Workshop about Early Model A’s

– Model A News (MARC) Vol 61 No.5 – Cover Car
– Model A News (MARC) Vol 61 No.5 – Article: The Odd Duck is a Catalyst
– Photographs by Ken Ehrenhofer
– The Restorer (MAFCA) – September, 2014 – Cover Car
– Hemmings Motor News – Model A Calendar – 2016 January
– Hemmings Motor News – Volume 66 Number 4 – April 2019 – Cover Car

– Mark Welch – Toledo, Ohio (complete disassemble, body work, chassis work)
– Mark Williamson – El Cajon, California (chassis work, paint complete reassemble)
– Gary Karr – San Diego, California (chassis work, parts and reassemble)
– Bill Sturm – Neenah, Wisconsin (upholstery, top and side curtains)
– Ora Schwalm – Strasburg, Pennsylvania (complete original engine rebuild)
– Doc Kalinka – Chilton, Wisconsin (technical advisor and parts)

Extremely Rare Parts & Features
1. Brass distributor body
2. Earliest oil return pipe
3. Earliest U – joint housing
4. Earliest grease bearing retainer
5. Roadster style top pivot points
6. Top scripted headlight lenses
7. Rear bumperette bracket with “T” cross section
8. One-piece, open, rear bumperettes
9. P1 generator with earliest timing cover
10. Earliest brake system – no brake rod return springs
11. Front smooth backing plate with recessed area at wedge mount hole
12. Unique placement of side curtain snaps (only one known with unique arrangement)
13. Phaeton top rear aluminum window frame
14. Earliest curtain pan set up
15. Pyramid Rubber mats, front and back with Ford script
16. Top script terminal box
17. On-Off-Dim switch
18. Open bail light switch
19. NOS earliest red steering wheel
20. Earliest rear motor mounts
21. Earliest hood with Model T handles
22. Earliest shock links with “D” rings
23. Earliest timing pin
24. Leather grease boots on front end

A495 has many, many other rare parts that are found only on the first 1,000 (or so) Model A’s and most that are found on only the first 200 Model A’s.

A495 also has many, many NOS parts and a complete set of original tools in a custom-made wooden suitcase.

Thank you.

Dean Drenzek, (406) 579-9444, a495dean@gmail.com
4060 Johnson Road
Bozeman, Montana 59718



1930 Coupe

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Insert bearings. Downdraft carburetor. Exhaust headers. ’39 Ford synchronized transmission. Borg Warner overdrive. Alternator. Cast iron brake drums. 16” & 19” rims.  Bluffton, Indiana


Jerry Hook, (260)565-4025, phhook@PremierHealth.com



1930 Coupe with Rumble Seat

Older restoration.


Chuck, modelafordman@aol.com, (630) 476-0832



1930 Murray Town Sedan

Needs paint. Older restoration.


Chuck, modelafordman@aol.com, (630) 476-0832



1930 Murray Town Sedan

Older restoration.


Chuck, modelafordman@aol.com, (630) 476-0832



1931 Murray Fordor

Older restoration.


Chuck, modelafordman@aol.com, (630) 476-0832