1929 Model A Business Coupe

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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

 

 

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

 

 

1930 Deluxe Tudor

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The car has been in the family since the mid-1960’s. Been Garage Kept, but hasn’t been started in 3 years. Prior to that car was driven on a regular basis. The car is in fair condition and complete. The paint is decent with some surface pitting. The interior is in good shape and the top is very good. Will require new tires due to “dryrot”. Selling for the family of a deceased friend.

$9,000 (But willing to entertain any reasonable offer.)

Steve Puckette, PH: (704) 906-7544, Email: sapuckette@gmail.com, VA

 

 

1931 Good Humor ice cream truck

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Show stopper, can’t find another like it. 1931 fully restored Good Humor ice cream truck.
Pictures and info of restoration.

$120,000

PH: (248) 853-0835, Rochester, Michigan

 

 

Late 1930 deluxe roadster

Correct Ford maroon and black with red wheels and stripe. Motometer, stoneguard, twin sidemounts with metal covers and mirrors, white walls, step plates, clock mirror, trunk rack and trunk. A very solid, correct, and rust-free car. Older restoration with just over 64,000 original miles. Still maintains it’s original upholstery. Excellent driver.

$27,500

John, PH: (860) 767-3072, Email: beveridge18@att.net

 

 

1931 Model “A” Standard Phaeton

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Older restoration of a sound original car with a near perfect, rust free body. Nice (body shop level) paint, LeBarron Bonney top – interior- sidecurtins. Excellent bumpers and stainless. Nice running chassis with powder coated wheels, more recent brakes, front-end, gaskets, distributor, leakless pump, alternator. This is a late 31 with indented firewall, and side-bowl carburetor. Better than average car, ready to enjoy. If you desire a Phaeton, you can only get a real one, and this is a good one. With NH title.

$24,900.

John Bradley, Email: johnoldcar@gmail.com, PH: 603-759-1695 (not texts), Hollis, NH

 

 

1930 Model A Deluxe Coupe

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Completely restored to original. 5 Window. Has dual spares with mirrors on fenders.  Rumble seat, carrier in back, side etched glass wing windows on doors. Visors on lights, horn, clock on interior mirror. Rear window shade. Additional photos available upon request.

$30,000.

Shirley, Email: rogers@plbb.us, Wisconsin

 

 

1931 Widebody Pickup

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Complete, running. New battery, carb rebuilt. Needs water pump.
To settle estate.

$9,500 OBO

Ken, Email: rallykov@sbcglobal.net, PH: (216) 267-9733, Cleveland, Ohio

 

 

1930-31 Model A Chassis

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Chassis: 5 good 19″ wheels; 4 mounted tires; hubcaps; red wheels; bumpers; headlights; h/l bar; front fender braces; rear bumper brackets; grille/radiator; brake/clutch pedals connected to backing plate levers; complete steering column/2 tooth steering box; pitman arm; complete
handbrake; frame in good shape. Drivetrain: Complete motor; starter, generator, distributor,
water pump, fan&belt, transmission/torque tube connected to axle; brake/clutch pedals. All rods connected to backing plate levers; compete handbrake; motor needs work.

Sold As Is.

$1,500

Joe Naulty, PH: (321) 768-9500, amnaulty@aol.com, Melbourne, FL