1928 Ford Model A Roadster, Hotrod, banger, Hallibrand, Miller SCTA Flathead

Price: US $15,100.00 Item location: Bellvue, Colorado, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model A
  • SubModel: Roadster
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: Various
  • Year: 1928
  • Mileage: 2,000
  • VIN: A1876123
  • Color: Brown
  • Engine size: 1934 B banger Denver Miller OHV conversion
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: T5 or 3 Speed 1934 Toploader
  • Interior color: Brown
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1928 Ford Model A Roadster

Steel 1928 Ford, riginal and part brookville Original chassis un-boxed 1934 B block, ull pressure Melling Chevy 235 oil pump, rierly 280 duration & 336 lift cam, oss forged Pistons, balanced and weighted 1934 "C" Crank, riginal Denver cast Iron Miller OHV conversion, iller twin carb inlet with twin 81 Stromberg carbs, ertex magneto (built by Don Zigg mags) Engine runs to about 110HP! Car can use two transmission set ups Rebuilt S10 T5 with new mainshaft and bearings, eals or 1934 "B" trans with 39 gears and double detent shifter There is a custom torque tube and rear bones so the "B" trans can be swapped back in in an afternoon (great if you ever want to enter race of Gentlemen!) Currently set up with the S-10 T5 and open drive-line Original Culver city Model A Hallibrand 101 rear end with custom conversion to open drive, r the torque tube just bolts up. 1940 Ford brakes front and rear, ronts drilled with lots of holes. Dropped model a front axle, riginal un-split bones Gemmer steering box Dropped Model A I beam Early Ford Juice brakes front and rear, ronts with copious lightening holes Auburn dash with curved glass Stewart Warner instruments and tach. 2" chopped and leaned back windshield and 2nd standard height windshield and posts. New in box speedway kwik-top ready to make a roof with trimming. The seat is nice and low and pushed back about 3" form a standard 28 Roadster - Im 6'5" and I can drive her really well even with the chopped screen $500 deposit within 48hrs of auction close, Remainder within 14 days via cash or balance transfer within 14 days of close. Collection within 4 weeks of auction close Only selling as have too many projects, ove this car

On Nov-01-15 at 06:08:31 PST, eller added the following information:

Forgot to mention the wheels are Kelsey Hayes Bend Spoke, ith Firestone 5.50x16 front and 7.50x16 rear

On Nov-01-15 at 06:30:06 PST, eller added the following information:

Engine was built by Vermeil's for the original owner of Ross Racing pistons. The car was then put in storage between 1996 (When engine was built) and 2012. 

On Nov-03-15 at 11:27:01 PST, eller added the following information:

An e-Bay member sent me this info - thought it might be useful to some. When I saw how your tack was mounted I knew this was one of the cars that Ken Roble built. This was one of the cars I had bid on some time back. I purchased three 34s from him. He had a large collection of cars and they all were top shelf. Your car was built as a copy of one that he saw running at the salt flats. Ken was a old hot and your car was one of the last ones that he built. I don't know if he still owns the Ross piston company. But I know the cars he built were all top shelf. Thank you and have a nice day. Roy