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1931 Ford Model A Coupe $18,500 Negotiable on 2040-cars

US $18,500.00
Year:1931 Mileage:500 Color: Red /
 Brown
Location:

Queensbury, New York, United States

Queensbury, New York, United States
1931 Ford Model A Coupe $18,500 negotiable, US $18,500.00, image 1

PRESENTED BY CLASSIC CARS CONNECT!
1931 Ford Model A Coupe $18,500 negotiable
Location: Queensbury, New York USA 12807
Contact: Bill (518)-760-1693

Very nice 31', all steel body Model A coupe for sale!
Comes with the original 4 cylinder engine that has been fully rebuilt with less than 500 miles on it, 3-speed manual transmission, 2 door car, and 2 wheel drive. Cherry Red and yellow exterior, brown cloth interior, and in a beautiful 8 out of 10 conditon.

This car has always been very well maintained and has always been garage kept. All steel body with no fiberglass. The car although is in pristine condition, does not currently startup and would need to be hauled away in either an enclosed trailer or a flat-bed truck. It would not take much to get it running again but the owner is up in age and cannot handle the duties himself at this time. The car comes with a clean title, fresh fluids, tires and brakes that are in great shape. Cash or certified check only for purchasing in person.

Please call Bill directly at the phone number above to see the car, ask questions, or to make an offer. No reasonable offer will be refused. This car would be perfect to start taking it to shows and it would also be perfect to turn into a street rod. Thanks for looking!

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