1928 Ford Model A
DO NOT CONTACT ME WITH UNSOLICITED SERVICES AND OFFERS! I DO NOT NEED OR WANT HELP SELLING THIS VEHICLE. Watch this video, it was made 05/21/2017: https://youtu.be/6fpVucV9fOc All steel body with a big chop. A '32 Ford grille with a set of beehive headlights. As you can see, this car is well stanced; dropped, w/ tall rims and high tires. It has a small block Ford 351, it starts well every time. Tranny is a Ford C6 3 speed automatic. Engine has open headers, and looks like a T bucket power plant. It has a Holley Carb and aluminum intake. Has GM style electronic ignition, and a new aluminum radiator that has an electric pusher fan with dedicated on/off switch. The frame is 2x3 square tube. It has a Major Z front and back. It has double link with coil overs, and a Lincoln rear end with disk brakes. Also has disk brakes up front hanging on a 40's style straight axle. The brakes work great. Inside you have 2 custom black leather seats, and a center console. An awesome old school Pabst Blue Ribbon beer tap for the shifter topper. Carpeted floors and rear box. It has a quick detach steering wheel. It's about as bare bones as you can get. Temp gauge and oil pressure are the only instruments it has. There's a power cut off switch, on/off switches for the fan and lights, and an opener for beer bottles. For tires it has new Firestone Vintage gum dipped wide bias ply white walls. It has 16 inch on the front, and 20 inch on the rear. They are wrapped around new black steelies with bullet style hub covers. All original body, except for the part of passenger rear quarter panel which is patched. This car is a real ratrod. The body is rough, and properly rat. It has visible welds where it was chopped. It's a bare bones, tough looking, rough riding, loud as heck, in your face ratrod. If you're looking for something pretty, or perfect in terms of appearance, then this isn't the car for you. The car was recently gone over front to back for body resoration. The original work was old, and it had gotten cracked up a bit over time. This work included digging out all the bad filler, rewelding where necessary, replasticing the body, and a full paint job. Clean WI title as a 1928 Ford Model A. It does have a State VIN plate from Delaware. I'll try and answer some of the most common questions here: I've driven this car for several thousand miles easy, and it's mechanically sound. It's also loud as all heck! I'm not aware of any mechanical issues. It starts and runs every time. I've owned it since September of 2014. I don't know who did the original work on it, but it seems to have been done a very long time ago. That's why I had it gone over, redone, and repaired. I'm listing it for sale because my wife says I need something more family friendly. You could drive it as a daily driver if you wanted, it's reliable. It doesn't have any of the comforts of a modern car. There's no gas gauge. There's a 10 gallon tank in the back, and a stick with lines on it that you need to drop down in there to see how much is left. A bunch of other very hires pics can be seen here: http://onelastcaress.com/temp/1928Ford See the videos here taken 05/21/17: https://youtu.be/6fpVucV9fOc and an older one, taken a few years back: https://youtu.be/RBJMMM_1vLQ If you have any questions call or text Johnny at seven one 5 two five 2 4 seven two 3.