1929 Ford Model A Pick up
Up for auction is this '29 Ford Roadster Pickup. I consider this to be a 'traditional' hot rod, not a rat rod. The truck has a 85 hp flathead V-8. The ultimate in nostalgia. I am not sure what yr. the engine is, but appears to be early 50's. Any help to identify would be appreciated. The engine starts up effortlessly at the slightest touch of the starter. The truck runs smooth and cool. It has two temperature gauges, one for each side of the motor. It runs at 160 degrees. The 3 sp. on the floor manual tranny shifts real nice and not synchroed in low gear. The engine is not at all loud, however could be if you were to hook up the 'lake' pipes. It handles and turns quick like a go-cart. It is very fun to drive and always gets attention when out 'cruisin'. Smiles and thumbs up always! The radiator shell is all steel '32' Ford. The frame of the truck is '34 Chevy with a 100% solid frame. It has a new windshield frame and glass. The tires are bias-ply and look like new. The doors open & shut tight. It has a nice working tailgate. The box sides are nice. The lights work, however only on bright??? The turn signals and brake lights work. The truck is equipped with a 3 deuce Edlebrock carbs ($500 each) along with Edlebrock intake($1000.) The truck has a new 8 gal. aluminum gas tank mounted in thebox. It has a newelectric fuel pump and regulator. The body and floor pans are solid. The brakes are excellent. The steering is tight. This is a very dependable, good running, stopping & handling little hot rod that you can take out and drive the minute you get it home. It really has the 'look' people are after. Check out my feedback and bid with confidence. Please email with any questions early to share phone numbers so we can further discuss this really neat little truck. A $500 non-refundable down payment is due to PayPal within 24 hours of the end of the auction and the balance in full is due either in person with cash or wired to our bank acct. The balance will NOT be accepted into PayPal. This truck is offered by a WI dealer so a WI buyer will be responsible for any state, county and local taxes in addition to the winning bid. The buyer is responsible to arrange and pay for transportation or pick of this vehicle.The buyer is responsible for the wiring fee on their end. This truck is currently stored inside and can remain there for up to 30 days to allow for pick up or transportation of the truck.