Very rare opportunity to aquire a 2 owner ( 1 family) car, with just 70,000 miles and 38 old MOT certificates! Fitted with the original 1.6 overhead valve cross flow engine and 4 speed gearbox. Finished in Daytona yellow with black vinyl roof. Sports wheels,wood trim model. Starts first time and very reliable. Huge history file with original purchase invoice, handbooks and repair manuals. etc. `Historic` taxation class so free road tax! It has an additional lower instrument panel with oil pressure guage, rev. counter & amp meter which are all reading correctly. Additional driving lamps. Recent new exhaust system. This car has received a lot of attention by the previous owner and has a number of added extras. These historic Fords are climbing in value so early viewing is recommended.
Just out of an estate, this consignment has undergone a comprehensive body off restoration with volumes of receipts. Great attention to details with exacting authenticity to make a gorgeous show room presentation. The colors are stunning with Mulberry Maroon body, Black fenders, Straw colored wheels and hand striping to match set off with Tan Le Baron Bonney canvas top. Finished to perfection inside and out. 6 volt system with alternator installed to insure full charging capacity on moonlight cruises. Open the windshield and rear window flad and presto, factory a/c 1929 style, with the rumble seat adding to the fun. An elegant and beautiful example that is seldom seen. $27,900.00
- Entered from the County Wexford collection - Previously resident in Wisconsin and known to the Ford Model A Club of America - Brown cloth upholstery, older restoration, 43,280 recorded but unwarranted miles Vendor Condition Ratings: Bodywork: 'Excellent' Engine: 'Very Good' Electrical Equipment: 'Very Good' Paintwork: 'Excellent' Gearbox: 'Very Good' Interior Trim: 'Excellent' Further Information: Dry stored as part of a private collection and so would benefit from a degree of recommissioning
A Manchester built, right-hand drive model in extremely sound, but used condition. Fitted with Model B engine, bored to +60 giving about 3.5 litres. A high ratio differential is fitted, giving excellent road speed. Rarer 4-door model. 12 volt electrics. In last ownership for many years.
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This 1928 Ford Model A Roadster is a highly collectible original car. Blue with black interior. A very solid and complete car wearing an old restoration. It's a good driver that's mechanically very sound. It's presentable but could use minor cosmetics. A great buy at just $17,500
1930 Ford Model A Coupe Cabriolet. Yellow and Black with black upholstery and a black hood. Promoted by Ford as combining `the smart, youthful style of the Roadster and the snug, all-weather comfort of the Coupe', the Convertible Cabriolet's premium price tag meant that it accounted for just 1.25% of Model A production. Sub-contracted to the Briggs Manufacturing Company, its Type 68 coachwork featured an opening windscreen, easy-fold soft-top, dickey seat and wind-up windows. Belonging to Charles Streett of Maryland for twenty-eight years before arriving in the U.K. during November 2013, chassis A3281294 was sourced by the previous owner for use at his French holiday home. Authenticated by Andy MacLean of the Ford Model A Club of GB and subsequently UK road registered, `BF 6788' presents as an older restoration. The car drives very well and tracks particularly true for a Model A, it sports an alternator and rides on new tyres. Very seldom do these models come to market, this rare Ford is accompanied by a Maryland Certificate of Title, Instruction Book and Parts List. Due to age now both MOT and tax exempt. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.