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1930-31 Model A Ford Chassis on 2040-cars

Year:1930 Mileage:999999
Location:

Eagle Creek, Oregon, United States

Eagle Creek, Oregon, United States

I purchased this chassis to build a 5 window coupe for myself, but ended up buying a finished car from a fellow club member, hence the chassis is for sale. It is a running driving chassis, complete with radiator, grill shell, hood, cowl, gas tank, floor boards etc. as shown in the photos.   This is the nicest Model A frame I have ever seen.  No bends, splits, tears, welds or modifications of any kind.   There are very few rust pits and the running board brackets are mounted with the original Ford rivets.  The engine has just had the valves ground and  head surfaced.  It runs beautifully, with lots of power and no smoke or unusual noises. It comes with a Zenith carburetor, with all stock linkage in place.    The clutch does not chatter, the transmission shifts smoothly and there are no unusual noises from either the transmission or rear end.  I just took it for a two mile drive yesterday.  All components have been cleaned, detailed and painted (frame painted with chassis black), ready for your next project.  New brake rods have been installed, and all brakes (including the emergency brake) adjusted. All fluids are fresh.   The cowl is from a closed car, and could be the start of a woody wagon, speedster or remove it and install your body.  It has been cleaned, primed and painted with semi-gloss black.  Wheels (with stock hubcaps) are very nice and tires are " good rollers".  The radiator is original and has been repaired, but cools well and does not leak. The steering has some play in it, and have not attempted to set the alignment or make any adjustments.  The muffler is near new, but has a dent in the bottom that does not impair its function and is not obvious unless you are on your back.   If desired, I will provide the buyer with 4  freshly powder coated red wheels and new Bedford tires (no miles) for an additional $500 (shown on last photo).  The engine number indicates a June 1930 build.  The chassis is being sold with a bill of sale only (no title will be provided). eBay requires that I state the type of title, but there is no title.   You can acquire a title or have your DMV issue a constructed vehicle title.   Shipping is the buyer's responsibility, but I will assist in loading.  I will also store for up to 30 days after the sale at no charge.  Please feel free to contact me with your questions via email or phone--Bill (971) 235-3804

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