1930 MODEL A PICK UP TRUCK EXCELLENT CONDITION ALL MODEL A .. NOT Fiberglass!!

Price: US $15,500.00 Item location: South Bend, Indiana, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model A
  • Trim: closed cab TRUCK
  • Year: 1930
  • Mileage: 5,000
  • Engine size: 4L
  • Drive type: manual
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1930 Ford Model A

This is my other selling site we tried to relist the car with lower price but it had a glitch and kicked it ..so we went to do a totalrelist so we can offer u the truck with a lower start price... We had several offers at the 14500 mark but trying to get closer to original price so we met you at the middle at starting at 15500 NO reserveTOOK VIDEOS OF THE MODEL A'shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYbZamJ0Uyohttps://youtu.be/K92o07AozA0https://youtu.be/YYbZamJ0UyoPLEASE CLICK ABOVE ......RE LISTEDBECAUSE SO MUCH INTEREST IN THIS TRUCK...:) 1930 CLOSED CAB MODEL A PICK -UP ....DOES NOT GET ANY NICER... THAN THIS ONE...USE AS ADVERTISEMENT FOR YOUR BUSINESSGREAT PARADE TRUCK!!!! CONTRACTORS DREAM CLASSIC CAR ...UM I MEAN TRUCK :) This closed cab 1930 Model A pick up has beenoutfittedto look like acarpenters work truck. The truck has a ladder rack and ladder and antique tools tool boxes and barrels for nails and water. The white wall tires are in great shape! Spare in rear. All Model A Engine and drive train. All exterior wood is clear finished Oak. The exterior and interior is all in VERY GOOD CONDITION . Again use it for advertising or the car clubs parades shows you name it ... #A3462523 is the Vin to this truck. NOT SURE ON MILEAGE SINCE RESTORED PUT 5000 AS A GUESS.The gentleman that owns this Truck and 2 other Model A's that will be listed in the next 2 days. The owner spends his life paying attention to detail. By day he was an Architect and Builder. (Retired) He owns a Building company. By night and weekend a car collector and restorationgenius. These cars could be used for parades - car clubs or shows whatever you wanted. I have been hired to sell these beautiful cars along with other treasures. My client has just gotten older and says its time to let someone else enjoy these beautifulvehicles. Please take the time to look at the pictures and I can get more if needed.BELOW IS>>>>History of the Model A for those of you new to the Model A world. Included links to various Model A sites. We are also going to include this auction to many of the car collector sites. My client is semi famous no joke!!! He put his own special touches and these cars and truck was done right!!! You could never be disappointed if you bought this car or any of the 2 others being offered.Need a 500 deposit thru paypal within 48 hours good faith... I will help find you shipping if neededHistory and Specs of the Model A Fords Prices for the Model A ranged from US$385 for a roadster to $1400 for the top-of-the-lineTown Car.The engine was a water-cooledL-head4-cylinderwith a displacement of 201cuin (3.3l). This engine provided 40hp (30kW; 41PS). Top speed was around 65mph (105km/h). The Model A had a 103.5in (2630mm) wheelbase with a final drive ratio of 3.77:1. The transmission was a conventional 3-speed sliding gearmanualunsynchronised unit with a single speedreverse. The Model A had 4-wheelmechanicaldrum brakes. The 1930 and 1931 editions came with stainless steel radiator cowling and headlamp housings.The Model A came in a wide variety of styles:Coupe(Standard and Deluxe) Business Coupe Sport Coupe Roadster Coupe (Standard and Deluxe) ConvertibleCabriolet ConvertibleSedan Phaeton (Standard and Deluxe) TudorSedan(Standard and Deluxe) Town Car Fordor (2-window) (Standard and Deluxe) Fordor (3-window) (Standard and Deluxe) Victoria Station Wagon Taxicab Truck and Commercial.The Model A was the first Ford to use the standard set of driver controls with conventional clutch and brake pedals; throttle and gearshift. Previous Ford models used controls that had become uncommon to drivers of other makes. The Model A's fuel tank was located in the cowl between the engine compartment's fire wall and the dash panel. It had a visual fuel gauge and the fuel flowed to the carburetor by gravity. A rear view mirror was optional.[1]In cooler climates owners could purchase anaftermarketcast iron unit to place over the exhaust manifold to provide heat to the cab. A small door provided adjustment of the amount of hot air entering the cab. Model A was the first car to havesafety glassin the windshield.[6]TheSovietcompanyGAZ which started as a cooperation between Ford and theSoviet Union made a licensed version of the Model A from 1932–1936.[7]This itself was the basis for theFAIandBA-20armored car which saw use as scout vehicles in the early stages ofWorld War II.In addition to theUnited States Ford made the Model A in plants inArgentinaCanadaFranceGermanyand theUnited KingdomandDenmark.In Europe where cars were taxed according to engine size Ford equipped the Ford Model A with a 2033cc (124.1cuin) engine providing a claimed output of just 28hp (21kW; 28PS).[8]However the engine size was still large enough to equate to afiscal horsepowerof 14.9hp[9](as opposed to the 24hp of the larger engine) and attracted a punitive annual car tax levy of £24 in the UK and similar penalties in other principal European markets.[10]It therefore was expensive to own and too heavy and thirsty to achieve volume sales and so unable to compete in the newly developing mass market while also too crude to compete as a luxury product. European manufactured Model As failed to achieve the sales success in Europe that would greet theirsmaller successorin England and Germany.[11]Front Brake SpecificationsBraking PowerFront 40%;Rear 50%Drum Diameter 11" +/- .010"Drum Width1-3/4"Brake Shoe Length14"Brake Shoe Width1-1/2"Brake Shoe Lining Thickness3/16"Brake Shoe MaterialWoven wire & asbestosBrake Rod Length51-7/16" thru 51-1/2"Rear Emergency Brake SpecificationsDrum Diameter9-5/8"Drum Width1-3/4"Brake Shoe Length28-3/4"Brake Shoe Width1"Brake Shoe Lining Thickness3/16" (original) 1/8" (ours)Brake Shoe MaterialWoven wire & asbestosFront Axle & Spindle SpecificationsMaterialChrome alloy forgingTensile Strength125000-145000 PSICaster5" (forward tilt)Toe In1/16" +/- 1/32"Camber1-13/16"Spindle Bolt Diameter.8125" +/- .005"Spindle Bolt Length5-5/16"Spindle Bolt to Bearing Clearance.001"-.002"7-Tooth Steering Gear SpecificationsTurning Radius17' (34' diameter)Steering Gear Ratio1928-29 11-1/4:1Steering Wheel Diameter1928-29 17-1/2"Pitman Arm Length6-7/8" hole center to ball centerBall End Angle to Shaft14°Sector Shaft Bearing Clearance.001"-.002"2-Tooth Steering Gear SpecificationsTurning Radius17' (34' diameter)Steering Gear Ratio1930-31 13:1Steering Wheel Diameter1930-31 17"Pitman Arm Length6-7/8" hole center to ball centerBall End Angle to Shaft14°Sector Shaft Bearing Clearance.001"-.002"2-Tooth Steering Gear Housing Casting MarkingsDatesGemmerFordFebruary - May 1929“GEMMER” & “PAT. PDG.” in raised lettersRaised “F” on the sideFebruary - May 1929“GEMMER” & “PAT. PENDING” in indented lettersRaised “F” on the sideApril 1929 - Mid 1930“GEMMER” & “PATENTED” in indented lettersRaised “F” on the sideJanuary 1930 - EndNo IDIndented “A-3550-C” on the engine sideJanuary 1930 - EndNo IDIndented “A-3550-C” on the engine side & raised 5/16" or 9/16" letter “F” on the other sideExcept for minor machining differences all the above housings are virtually identical mechanically& all new parts furnished will fit each one.Ford & Gemmer were the two manufacturers of the 2-tooth steering box. All parts are interchangeableexceptthe worm gear 2 races & 2 bearings. The Ford box has a large “F” on the outside where the worms are located. This change was made in December of 1930 (See page 518 Service Bulletins). The Ford box used a #9 roller bearing while the Gemmer box used a #13 roller bearing. This also changes the taper on the bearings & races. The only parts available today are for the Gemmer box; therefore if you have the Ford box with #9 roller bearings & it becomes necessary to change any of the 5 parts then you must convert to all 5 of the Gemmer components (A3524CD (2) BB3571 A3553D BB3552)600W Oil Usage SpecificationsTransmission1 pintRear End1-1/2 Quarts7-tooth Steering Box7-3/4 ounces2-tooth Steering Box4-1/2 ouncesRear Axle SpecificationsTypeThree quarter floatingMaterialSpecial Ford carbon manganese steelGear Ratio3.78:1 (34-9)Early 1928:3.7:1 (37-10)Trucks:4.11:1 (37-9)1928-29 Roadsters:3.54:1 (39-11)Pinion Bearing CupDouble taper roller type B4616Bearing CupB4222Differential BearingB4221Ring Gear8.4" pitch diameter 1-3/16" wide teethAxle Shaft1-1/8" diameter 1.128"-1.130"Dimension From Housing Flange to Bearing ShoulderBefore 1929-1.370"-1.372" After 1929-1.365"-1.367"ID of Wheel Hub3.188"-3.190": max. wear 3.185"Axle & Drive Shaft SealB4245Inner Axle SealB4245Differential Lubricant600WNew Bearing Torque20 foot poundsBolt Torque35 foot poundsAxle Backlash.010"-.015"Axle End Play.015"-.020"Length of Full Spline2-1/2"Spline Minor Diameter.901"-.911"Spline Outer Diameter1.090"-1.091"Pinion Bearing Torque15-20 foot poundsFront Spring SpecificationsMaterialChromium steel alloyFront Spring Leaf Width1-3/4"Front Spring Free Length30-13/16" to 30-15/16"Leaf Thickness1-31/32" to 2-1/16"Spring Off Car- Height from Top to Bottom as Sitting on Floor6-15/16" to 7-1/16"Spring Off Car- Center of Eye to Eye30-5/8" to 30-13/16"Ford blueprints called for each leaf to be coated witha thick paste of graphite ground in oil.Rear Spring SpecificationsMaterialChromium steel alloyRear Spring Leaf Width2-1/4"Rear Spring Free LengthTudor & Fordor:38-7/8" to 39"Roadster & Coupes:38-7/8" to 39-1/2"Ford blueprints called for each leaf to be coated witha thick paste of graphite ground in oil.Cylinder Head Specifications1928 Head4.3:1 compression ratio 47.3 HP 242cc displacement. Compression in individual cylinders: 80 85 83 82 PSI1930 Head4.1:1 compression ratio 44.3 HP 258cc displacement. Compression in individual cylinders: 77 79 82 79 PSINormal Listed CompressionA6050A 75 pounds; A6050B 110 pounds; B6050 90 poundsHead Nut Torque50 foot poundsEngine SpecificationsRated Horsepower24.03 SAEBrake Horsepower40 HP at 2200 rpm (Model AF 28 at 2000 rpm)Firing Order1-2-4-3Compression Ratio:4.11:1Compression Pressure: A6050A head 76 PSI A6050B head 110 PSI B6050 head 90 PSIPiston Displacement200.5 cubic inchesBore3.876" (Model AF: 3.050")Stroke4.250"Torque128 foot pounds at 1000 rpmCylinder Offset from Crankshaft Centerline1/8"Crankshaft to Camshaft Centerline4.155"Piston SpecificationsDisplacement200.5 cubic inchesMaterialAluminumWeight1 lb. 1-7/8 oz. (476.8 grams)Variance in Weight of Pistons+/- 2 gramsWeight with Rings Installed1 lb. 4-1/2 oz. (581.2 grams)Weight with Rings & Pin1 lb. 8-3/4 oz. (701.7 grams)Diameter3.8745" (Bore 3.875")Length3-29/32"Piston Skirt.001: small on the top than on the bottom of the skirtPiston Pin Hole.9996" to .9998" diameterPiston Pin Diameter1.0001" to 1.0004"Pin Length3.536" to 3.546"Compression Height(Top of piston to pin centerline) 1-29/32"Variation in Piston Compression Height.003" to .005"Piston Pin BushingID .992" OD 1.0675"Length1.593"Pin Fit in Rod Bushing.0003" maxPin Fit in Piston.0002" to .0005" shrink fitPin Bore Parallel to Head of Piston+/- .001"Piston Fit in Cylinder.002" maxPiston Ring SpecificationsRing DiameterSame as piston 3.875" stockRing GrooveDepth 7/32" Width - Upper 2 1/8" Lower 5/32"Ring Taper.001"- narrower at the top than the bottomRing Clearance in Groove.001" to .002"Ring End GapTop .012" to .015"; Middle .010" to .012"; Lower .008" to .010"All piston ring sets are US made Grant or Hastings brands with 3 rings. The gap of the rings must not line up MAC's suggests keeping them about a 1/4 turn from each other.Connecting Rod SpecificationsMaterialSteel forgingWeight1 lb 6 oz.Balance Weight552 grams +/- 1 gram crank end 198 grams +/- 1 gram pin endLength7-1/2" center to centerCrankshaft Bearing1-1/2" diameter 1-5/8" widePiston Pin Bearing1" diameter 1-5/8" wideBearing Side Clearance.008" to .012"Pin Side Clearance.040" to .053" between pin bossesPiston Pin Clearance.0005"Crankshaft Clearance.001"Bearing Cap Bolt Torque40-50 foot pounds.Connecting rod is assembled with oil dippers toward camshaft.Camshaft SpecificationsShaft Diameter7/8"Bearing Diameter1.560"Block Bore Diameter1.561"Bearing Clearance(Max.) .003"Bearing LengthFront 1-3/4"; Center 2"; Rear 1"; 4th (1928) 7/8"Lift of Cam.030" (Model B: .339" exhaust; .334" intake)Duration236ºLobe Center Angle113-1/2ºEnd Play Spring TensionApproximately 35 poundsTiming Gear Mounting Flange2-5/16" diameter 5/16" thickCamshaft MaterialSpecial Ford carbon manganese steelCam Shaft Gear Bakelized materialNumber of Gear Teeth50Camshaft Gear TypeSpiral teethGear Backlash.003" to .005"Gear Rotation Speed1/2 of crankshaftCamshaft Straightness.0005" to .001"Variation in Eccentricity of Pitch Diameter of Gear Teeth.0015"Variation in Maintaining Center Distance of Mating Gears +/-.001"Gear Tolerances in Regular Spacing of Teeth0.0"Crankshaft SpecificationsMaterialFord carbon manganese steelWeight28 poundsLength26"Diameter1.624" main bearings; 1.499" crank pinsLength of Main BearingsFront & Center 2"; Rear 3"Length of Crank Pins1-5/8"Crank Pin Taper & Roundness.0005" to .001"Total Main Bearing Surface11-1/2 square inchesRear Flange Thickness3/8"Crankshaft Gear25 spiral teethEnd Clearance.004" to .007"Main Bearing Clearance.001"Crankshaft Straightness.0005" to .001"Main Bearing Cap Torque80-100 foot poundsDistance from Top Surface of Front Cross Member to Crankshaft Centerline2-33/64"Flywheel SpecificationsWeight63 lbs. 4 oz. (Model B 52 to 55 lbs.)BalanceWithin 15 in./oz.Ring Gear Shoulder Diameter12.470"Ring Gear Outside Diameter14.2"Number of Ring Gear Teeth112Ring Gear to Starter Drive Ratio11.2: 1Flywheel Bolt Torque65 foot poundsPilot bearing hole is concentric with crankshaft flange shoulder within .002" TIR (Total Indicator Reading).Clutch mounting surface & clutch disc surface must run true to crankshaft within .005" TIR (Total Indicator Reading).Clutch mounting shoulder diameter must be concentric with crankshaft flange diameter within .005" TIR (Total Indicator Reading).Flywheels provide momentum to keep the crankshaft spinning. As the flywheel spins faster a vibration will occur if it’s out of balance. It’s best to have your flywheel with clutch & pressure plate balanced so that when you place in the clutch disc & reinstall the pressure plate it will retain balance.Valve SpecificationsLift.287" with .015" clearanceSeat Angle45ºSeat Width3.32"Stem Diameter.311"Valve Length5.677"Head Diameter1.537"Valve Opening Diameter1-3/8"Port Diameter1-3/8"Clearance Exhaust Valves in Guides.002"Clearance Intake Valves in Guides.001" to .0015"Valve Lifter Clearance.010" to .013"Lifter Diameter Clearance.0015"Valve Guides.3135" ID; .5938" OD; length 2.125" (early 2.375")Valve Spring1.022" OD; free length 2-15/16"; comp. length2-1/14" (57-64 lbs.); tension (closed) 34 to 38 lbs.Valve LifterA6500A (used with A camshaft) length 2.486";head diameter 1.117".Valve TimingIntake opens 7-1/2º before Top Dead Center; closes 48-1/2º after Bottom Dead Center. Exhaust opens 51-1/2º before Bottom Dead Center; closes 4-1/2º after Top Dead Center.