Original Barn Find 1929 Model A Ford 2dr Sedan AMAZING FIND!!!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Model A
- Year: 1929
- Mileage: 0
- VIN: 00000000000001
- Engine size: 4 cylinder original
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1929 Ford Model A
RELISTED since the person who won did not have the funds to make the purchase. Trying to get this car into the hands of someone who wants a PERFECT 1929 Model A body....see below! PLEASE DO NOT bid if you do not have the means to purchase this car...this is not a video game this is an auction!
AMAZING TRUE BARN FIND....this 2dr sedan has NO RUST on the exterior bod anywhere, and the bottoms of the doors look like new.
The original paint is still on the car! The body and fenders are AMAZINGLY straight and clean.....this is one hell of a body! No patch panels needed.....amazing to be able to say that!
Engine trans, exhaust etc are all still in place, it may run, have not touched it.
Restore it, leave it as it is, or make a cool Hot Rod out of it....either way, it is untouched and has a near perfect body!
2 front tires hold air, onerear tire missing, and one flat. Clear Wisconsin Title, last titled in 1955.
I reserve the right to end the auction early as the car is for sale locally.....so contact me if you need to own this!
Buyer to pick up the car within 14 days of auction ending. Partial payment of $500 down via Paypal required at auction end, rest can be paid cash at pick up or via Postal MO.
DO NOT MISS THIS ONE!!!On May-14-16 at 20:02:52 PDT, seller added the following information:
Front & Rear bumpers are inside the car wrapped in old news papers maybe to keep from being damaged....looks like all mounting hardware is there.....(checking on center mounting bracket)On May-16-16 at 19:15:24 PDT, seller added the following information:
UPDATE: Apologize for not adding this, the vinyl top must have deteriorated years ago, the top insert is very thin fiber board with possibly aluminum over it (all thin) and painted black, this was done a long time ago and is probably the reason that the insides stayed so good the weather and elements were kept out. Looks like pop rivets in the inner seam of the roof, pretty well done for its age. If you recovered the top, this portion would be completely hidden.