1931 Model A Roadster In Excellent Condition With A Fresh Motor Rebuild on 2040-cars
Harleysville, Pennsylvania, United States
Fuzzy Dice Autos
Has up for auction a beautiful classic Ford Model A Roadster!
This car came to us from a local collector who no longer has room to store her in his temperature controlled facility.
This is what I can tell you about this excellent driver quality Model A:
$5,000.00 in a complete rebuilt done by "Schwalm's Engine Rebuilders," a well known expert in the engine restoration of Madel A vehicles. (Have all receipts)
The car runs like brand new with lots of pep! She drives straight, strong, shifts beautifully and stops on a dime.
The body is in excellent condition with no rust or damage whatsoever. The car is all steel with the exception of both rear fenders. Two band new upgrade unpainted rear steel fenders come with the car.
Since this is an older resturation, the paint does show a bit of spidering thats primarely on both front fenders. This can only be detected when very close up. The chrome is excellent.
The paint does show really well and if it were my car I'd just drive it and enjoy her. But if it's your wish to make her a total show car then it can be done with minor expense.
The interior is perfect. No rips, tears or defects anywhere. The top, although not an original rag, is also excellent.
The under carriage is equally as sound and rust free.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need additional information and/or photos.
We ask that those of you who are first-time eBay clients contact us before placing your bid.
Best of luck bidding!
Ford Model A for Sale
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