1930 Ford Model A
1930 Model A coupe Hot Rod. Car was built to resemble a Hot Rod that would have been built in 1958/1959. Car was on the cover of Hop Up magazine and was featured in January 2019 issue. Engine is a 1958 Chevrolet 283 cubic in. with double hump/fuelie heads from later 327. Edelbrock tripower intake with three Rochester 2GC carburetors and progressive linkage. Engine runs on center carburetor and outer two come in when you really need to get on it. TH350 transmission with modified lokar shifter to look like manual, coin is pressed to select gear. Rear end is also out of 1958 Chevrolet that has been narrowed with new axles. Brakes are from 49-52 Chevrolet, stainless steel brake lines to all brakes. Brake pedal is 1955 Chevrolet. Brakes work excellent and you can lock them up easily if needed to. Suspension is chrome four bar front and rear. Front axle is dropped tube axle with leaf spring and tube shocks. Rear end is coil sprung with tube shocks and rides excellent. Perfect suspension setup for lighter cars. Steering is corvair box, stainless heim joints with polished stainless Limeworks steering column attached to 1946 Ford steering wheel, modified chrome trim. Car has a '32 Ford grille shell, dash, and matching '32 gas tank. Original Stewart Warner gauge panel with Stewart Warner Gauges. Painted king bee headlights, stainless dropped headlight bar. Dark maroon interior with courtesy lights when you open the door. Has bluetooth stereo hidden underdash with kicker speakers. All visible wiring is ran through period asphalt wire loom and visible screws are flathead. Car also has full hood that is painted which will be included with car. There are also matching maroon seat belts tucked inside seat if needed. Everything works on the car. This is a very nice period turnkey hot rod loaded with details, please see pics.