Completed Restored To New All Steel Orginal Motor 1931 Model A Roadster on 2040-cars
Harleysville, Pennsylvania, United States
Fuzzy Dice Autos
has up for
auction a magnificent completely restored restored 1931 Ford Model A Roadster.
This historic beauty underwent a complete restoration in which everything was
either replaced or rebuilt. That includes its original In Line four cylinder motor
that was removed, completely rebuilt and placed back in. Less the fifty miles
on the engine and transmission rebuild. These are the new parts:
New brakes, tires, convertible
top, side curtains, wing windows, rubber flooring and interior. The two-tone liquor
paint was applied ten years ago and still shines like new. More the $25k in
restorations. The underside is as nice as the rest of the car.
This beauty not only looks new,
but runs and drives like it did in 1931.
If youíre looking for a show
winner Model A Roadster, your search is over.
Unlike other classic car dealers
who photograph their vehicles in professionally lighted studios, or on
Hollywood driveways, we at Fuzzy Dice shoot our pictures on our lot using only
a point and shoot camera. So what you see is what you get!
Please donít hesitate to ask if
you need more information and/or photos.
All we ask is that you first time
Ebay bidders contact us before placing your bid.
Best of luck bidding!
Ford Model A for Sale
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