1930 Ford Model A Roadster Street Rod 3 Time Good Guys Winner Must See!

Price: US $53,500.00 Item location: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model A
  • SubModel: Roadster
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: Roadster, Convertible
  • Year:1930
  • Mileage:7400
  • Color:Burgundy
  • Engine size:350 CI Chevy Crate
  • Number of cylinders:8
  • Fuel:Gasoline
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Burgundy
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Convertible
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1930 Ford Model A Roadster, Convertible

1930 Ford Model A Roadster. No expense spared on this incredible vehicle that is a head turner wherever it goes. 3 time trophy winner at the Good Guys Pacific Northwest Nationals and a huge collection of trophies from throughout the Northwest including multiple Best of Show, Best Street Rod, Best Paint, Best Engine and on and on. Here are some of the highlights of this gorgeous car:

Engine and Drivetrain Engine is a built 350 Chevy and just about everything that can be chromed, is chromed. A custom set of chromed, billet valve covers sets it all off. It has a 650 Demon Carb sitting on top of a polished B&M Blower set for moderate boost. That feeds through a polished B&M aluminum intake. HEI electronics provides the spark. A mild RV cam makes this whole package very docile on the street but really delivers plenty of "Kick" when you want it. The other big plus is that "It Runs on Regular Gas!" The exhaust exits through a set of Cap's ceramic coated Headers into 2 1/4" pipes through a set of mellow MegaFlow mufflers, ending in a set of custom made stainless steel tips. The transmission is a built 350 with a manual shift body and chrome Lokar shifter. A differential yoke mounted disc parking brake is mounted on the Mustang 8" rear end and the 3.01 posi rear gears are covered by a hard to find Moon Eyes aluminum cover. When the vehicle was completely disassembled, the frame, rear differential and all front end steering and suspension components were powder coated. Two custom made 7 1/2 gallon "saddle" tanks were installed with a switch over valve and share a common gauge. Custom "pop-up" access doors were fabricated in the body just behind the top. We could write a book about all the unique and original touches and additions that this vehicle has but here is a list of most of them: Stunning 2 tone Garnet Red Paint with extra paint and paint codes. Monoleaf front spring and Vega steering box New front disc and rear drum brakes. Wheel Smith wire wheels 16x8 rears, 14x6 front All steel body with fiberglass Wescott fenders with 2 layers of Dynamat (no stars) All new steel floor. Sculptured steel hood patterned after a 30's Auburn with a ghost "8" painted in the "V”. Stock grille shell with custom stainless tubing added Fiberglass lift off top covered with convertible fabric with "lift off" bar to make removal easy. Custom, billet, chrome plated, handmade rear window Ford logo. Hand made etched wing windows. Chrome steering column with tilt. UV inhibited cloth interior with under seat storage. Classic Instruments mounted in customBrazillian Rosewood dash. Turn signal and PRNDL indicator LEDs inset into dash. "As original" clock mounted in rear view mirror. Cab and rumble seat lights and storage areas. Excellent Heater. Car Cover. All reasonable offers considered. Can assist with transport arrangements worldwide. God Bless.