1930 Ford Model A
We bought this beautiful car for my wife just recently from a lady in Oregon. On taking possession and talking about it, e decided that, ecause we are both in our 80s, t was a mistake.We did drive it around our nehborhood once just to see how it ran. I did drive it once in Oregon once when we went there to look at the car before we bought it.It starts and runs just fine, ut is hard to steer as any model A is. At our age, his is a factor.The car is very nice looking and running and our decision to sell did not come easily. We did not even get the car registered in California in our name. So the title will transfer direct from the lady in Oregon to you, he buyer.The negatives are: 1) The vin# on model A is stamped on the top of the frame, oncealed by the body, o is not visible art all. So model As are identified from the motor number. Problem is, his engine has been replaced and the motor number does not match the vin # on the title. I am told that this can be taken care of in California by having CHP assign a new vin when the vin verification is done on the out-of-state car. If you as a buyer live in a different state, aybe your rules are different.2) Even though the whole car shows very nice, he HOOD is banged up. It almost looks like it came from another car. So we bought a new correct hood from Rootlieb In Turlock Ca. which will go with the car of course. We got the paint for it too, ixed to match.We feel that the car offered here would be a real asset to anyone's collection. Take a look at the pictures and call us a 559-642-6427 during senior citizen hours PST or email firstname.lastname@example.org. for any other questions. Good luck and you won't regret buying this beauty if you are a youngster and will drive it.