1929 Model A Business Coupe

This is a prime example of a vintage driver. It has useful upgrades such as a rear rumble seat for adventurous passengers and windshield wipers. Other than these upgrades, the car is period correct and still runs and drives. However, the owner did get this car inspected by a Model A inspector ( Martin Harding of Enduring A’s Model A Club) and did point out that while this car is titled as a 1929, it was built on 10/31/1928 so it is a halloween car! Due to this, there are some ’28 parts on this ’29 because of the late build cycle. There is some degradation of the trim in the interior but the car has been stored indoors since the last time it was driven to prevent sun damage. Collectively the inspector rates this Model A as a 3 out of 6 which means that it is in fair condition. In terms of repairs, modifications and upkeep, the owner’s son, Michael Wilson of Bad Company INC. Performance Automotive has been responsible for the work done and has extensive knowledge of the car. Exterior: Duchess Blue

Pat Gale, Email: evanclary@clarypicker.com, PH: (757) 561-4226, VA

 

 

Wanted – Engine for late 1930 Model A

Model A ford engine with the serial number in the range from 3,771,363 to 3,883,888.
Engine could be re-built or rebuildable and not re-stamped and no cracks.

Charles Gaetani, Email: cvgaetani@comcast.net, PH: (415) 706-7871, CA

 

 

Literature For Sale

The Restorer – 56 issues Nov 2012 to April 2021 Complete in new condition $60 Plus shipping. Model A News – Volumes 60 thru 69 complete except Sept Issue for 2017. Also have 2 issues from 2011. 59 issues in all. $65 plus shipping.

Kevin Yates, PH: (217) 728-9777,Sullivan, IL

 

 

Model A Tire Gauges

2 gauges, both Ford Script and in good condition.

$100 each plus shipping.

John Alinder, Email: thejlodge@yahoo.com, PH: (651) 398-4465, MN

 

 

wanted – Engine for late 1930 Model A

Wanted, Model A ford engine with the serial number in the range from 3771363 to 3883888.  Engine could be re-built or rebuildable and not re-stamped and no cracks.

Charles Gaetani, Email: cvgaetani@comcast.net, PH: (415) 706-7871, CA

 

 

1931 cabriolet doors

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A pair of 1931 cabriolet doors.
Original condition.
Complete with glass.
No rust.

 

$1,000 each

John Baldwin, Email: johnbaldwin2@gmail.com, PH: (405) 558-1377, OK

 

 

1930 Fordor Sedan

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Has a B motor, hi performance head, turn signals, Sparton horn, Third Taillight. Nice inside and out. Radiator Stone Guard. Seat Belts, 2 side mounts, Leakless Water Pump All Steel body with flying Quail. Everything works! Must sell due to health issues.

$18,500.

Don Canter, PH: (270) 856-4409, Mayfield, KY

 

 

1931 Slant Window Sedan

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Total restoration about 10 years ago. Brewster green over black, truck cover, directionals, third stop light and car cover. Runs smooth and stops as it should.
Tires and interior are like new.

$17,000

Tom Rorabaugh, PH: (231) 598-2450, tgrorabaugh@gmail.com, MI

 

 

Wanted – Sunken Rear Seat Floor Pan for 1931 Deluxe Phaeton

Need Sunken Rear Seat Floor Pan for 1931 180-A Deluxe Phaeton. My 1931 180-A Deluxe Phaeton just has flat wooden floor board for rear seat making room for rear passenger’s feet a problem especially when front bucket seats are moved rearward for front seat leg room. A sunken floor pan, that I am told should have been part of this car, would solve this problem.

Carl Carlson, Email: carlsoncg26@gmail.com, PH: (617) 877-9660, Williamsburg, VA

 

 

Wanted – 1931 front fenders

Looking for a very nice pair of original non-welled ’31 front fenders, for a quality restoration.

Mark McMillan, Email: markmcmillan1952@gmail.com, PH: (423) 313-7455, Tennessee