1930 Sport Coupe

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Beautiful Andalusite Blue and black. Excellent interior. Wood grain. Almost perfect LeBaron Bonney top and spare covers. I’ve never driven it in the rain. Always garaged. Rumble excellent. Standard transmission in good shape. New Snyder 5.5 head. Brakes restored 2022. Modern A shocks. Turn signals. Stone guard. Etched wind wings. Firestones almost new. Runs well and ready to drive.

$24,500, or best offer.

Mark Limmer, [email protected], Call/text (770) 712-2204, Buford, Ga. (N. Atlanta)

 

 

1930 Town Sedan

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Washington Blue/Black, this is a nice Model A ready for driving and having fun. Has a rebuilt starter, distributor, alternator, battery shutoff switch, new wiring harness, turn signals, new fan blade, new coil, new brakes, the engine has been serviced and bearing tightened. This Model A has the fold down arm rest in the rear seat, cranks, runs and drives with no issues.

$16,000

Gerald Grizzard, [email protected], (256) 310-6463, Oxford, Alabama

 

 

MODEL A REAR CROSS BRACE JAN-FEB 1930

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One Rare original restored used January-February 1930 for Fine-Point full points based on Page 4-17 Revised 2011 of the Judging Standards. Stamped “U” shaped cross section, 3 mounting holes per side. Fully restored with no pitting.

This came on my original 1930 Tudor that was produced between December 1929 and January 1930. I replaced it with the Tubular style end of 1929-early 1930 based on suggestions online. In retrospect it would have been fine as I judged as a January 1930.
This was restored, painted and installed then removed from my car. Hence looking closely you can see where it was bolted on, but won’t show once installed. $125 plus shipping based on your Zip Code.

$125

Larry Reeg, [email protected], (214) 215-8533, McKinney, TX

 

 

Model A Ford 1930 Convertible

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• SubModel: 68B CABRIOLET

• Type: Convertible

• Year: 1930

• Mileage after restauration: ca. 6000km

• VIN: AA3013720

• Color: BRONSON YELLOW, SEAL BROWN, ORANGE

• Engine size: 40 H.P.

• Number of cylinders: 4 CYLINDER L HEAD

• Fuel: Gasoline

• Transmission: Manual

• Interior color: BEIGE

 

OLDER RESTORATION DOWN TO BOLTS AND NUTS.

NEW WOOD IN OAK.

NEW CONVERTIBLE TOP AND RUMBLE SEAT

IN DRIVE AWAY CONDITION

BRONSON YELLOW / SEAL BROWN WITH ORANGE WHEELS & BEDFORD CORD UPHOLSTERYALL IN EXCELLENT CONDITION FROM BARON BONEY.

TWIN SIDE MOUNTS; BRAND NEW GOODYEAR WHITE WALL TIRES ON VERY NICE FRESHLY PAINTED WHEELS (GOODYEAR 475/500 X 19″)

BRAKE: FLOATING KIT ON FOUR WHEELS

SPORTLIGHT

DIRECTIONAL SIGNALS

HIGH SPEED REAR AXLE.

ALL STAINLESS & CHROME IN GREAT CONDITION;

NEW LUGGAGE RACK; NICE CLUTCH, NO CHATTER

APPROVAL PLAQUE NVK FROM (Norsk veteranbil klubb)

RESTAURATION PRIZE FROM NVK (Norsk veteranbil klubb)

33,000

Terje Samuelsen, [email protected], (+47) 91691759, MOSS, Norway

 

 

1930 Coupe with Rumble Seat

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Beautifully restored in pristine condition!! This vehicle is fun to drive and has won many awards in car shows! Great vehicle for the family, parades and especially with grandkids! Engine clean and fully restored to near factory condition. Electrical system upgraded. Glass replaced with new pieces. All components are clean and clear. No chips or scratches. Gray interior has been fully restored with a custom material that differs from the factory cloth. Seatbelts added. Stock 19” steel wire wheels wrapped in reproduction 4-ply wide white wall tires produced by Lester Tire Company. Well maintained, stored and covered with high end vehicle cover in garage.

$17,000

Laura Green, [email protected], Prudenville, MI

 

My late father Lester

My late father, Lester, had me involved in Model A’s at a young age. As long as I could remember, he tinkered with a ’29 Roadster. Over the years, my brother and I helped assemble, paint, and eventually complete the little car with him. For some of the bigger jobs we couldn’t help with as kids, he relied on an old friend named Artie. Artie was a tough guy truck driver that looked every bit of the part. He was a “collector” of many things, some people now call it hoarding. For example, he had some kind of small switching locomotive in his driveway. Old box trucks on his property were loaded with motorcycle parts and literally tons of train memorabilia. He was single, answered to no one, and collected whatever he wanted.

Fast forward many years to 2008, and his health began to turn. He asked my father to help him sell off some of his things to pay for medical bills. We went down to his house in Elizabeth, NJ, and began to help take an inventory. About a week into this, I finally made my way into the detached garage. Lifting the doors just revealed more piles of old boxes and junk. But one thing stuck out and caught my eye. It appeared to look like the headlight bar and grill shell from a Model A! I went back and asked my father if Artie ever had an A. He said he remembered him having a pick-up, but that was 40 years ago. Digging a little deeper in the garage revealed this 1930 Pick-up. My father couldn’t believe he still had it, and neither did Artie…  It was pretty rough from being in a dirt floor garage in NJ. Humid summers, cold winters, leaky roof, you name it. But the little truck was complete and had good bones. A deal was made and I took the Pick-up home to my garage. Over the next several years we restored the truck to its current state.

I will never forget the fond memories Model A’s have brought me over the years. My father and Artie are now both gone, probably collecting junk somewhere up in the sky. Myself and my wife, Helen, create our own memories now in our A, and enjoy driving the truck to shows. We wave back to the pointing onlookers, many who have never seen a car this old running down the road.

Thank you, dad, and thank you Artie, for this great hobby.