An older late 1931 Deluxe Roadster. The exterior color scheme continues on this dashboard, including the pinstriping. The odometer shows approximately 27k miles, with total mileage unknown. Its total paid circulation is over 250,000. The tires are good and its ready to be driven. The interior is trimmed in brown vinyl upholstery with matching door panels.
My Father bought the car in 2006, cleaned it, did some painting touch up, and put in the new upholstery. Looking inside we might detect some wear on the driver's seat, foot pedals, and carpeting. The battery is fresh and all lights and gauges do work. Every time my Uncle Fred pulled into a gas station, the attendant would ask if the car was for sale. Thecar is available for inspection during normal business hours. The Model A was the Ford Motor Company's dive into style, and the 40-B Deluxe roadster like this one was one of the best ways they showed it. This would not include the hundreds of hours that the owner might spend on assembly, travel, etc.
Not only is this one a rare sight because it was not turned into a hot rod, but also it's the extraordinary Deluxe model that has a more regal appearance. This is the ideal sunny day friend, and if you have more than one companion on your ambling road trips, there's even a rumble seat upholstered to match the front seats. Body has been repainted, original paint was black, Body has never been off the frame. Peek inside and you'll see the seats and door panels have been restored in a great looking and durable brown vinyl. It should also be noted that the prices shown below are in thousands of dollars and are asking prices. A toggle switch on the transmission lever operates the turn signals. Bob Johnson posed the following on the ahooga.
This car has all the little extras and nothing is missing. Please only bid if you are a serious buyer. Very rare to find in this condition and at this price! I use 5 condition categories. Due to vehicle age all sales are Final and As Is. From about age nine to thirteen, during summer vacations, I was his passenger on these trips.
Remember the financial worth of a Model A is how much someone is willing to pay. Please don't ask me to ship the car. . I do have the original horn and a replacement windshield frame and glass. The tan fabric soft top is shown raised and lowered in photos, and a matching boot with brown straps is included in the sale. It's turnkey ready to transport your senses to a bygone era. Some scratches and wear on running board steps.
Since all we do is sell classic cars, we do it better than anyone else and our expertise in financing, shipping and all things classic, means you drive away a customer for life. All the gauges in the bright center panel look great, and the auxiliary readouts below that do a great job of providing more info while fitting in with the motif. Engine and trans drive out with no issues. The body and fenders areall steel with no filler. Except for the very closest inspection, a No. The low, high and average prices are just that. Unrestored includes basket cases to complete cars that are all there but not necessarily driveable.
The Deviation is the standard deviation of the price. I grouped them by body style Type and condition. A Ford oil filter kit, a 6 volt alternator and vacuum wiper were added, otherwise this is a stock car. Needs a new battery and probably a tune up. And with the excellent color combination and condition of this 1931 example, it's hard to find a better way to experience vintage motoring. So, in total, this classic Ford is still a fun runabout. Matching spares sit behind both front fenders and are protected by chrome covers with rearview mirrors.
When you open the hood, you'll see a very honest and correct 200 cubic-inch Ford four-cylinder motor. Anyway, that's where I'm coming from. These colors are bold on their own, and they also do a great job of highlighting the red wire wheels with whitewall tires. And part of what makes it a Deluxe model are the spares mounted in each fender. We are happy to work with your transporter and can suggest transporters if needed.
And with the excellent color combination and condition of this 1931 example, it's hard to find a better way to experience vintage motoring. Every inch of this Model A Deluxe is an authentic and interesting roadster that makes you want to drive to every car show. Clutch is a little graby at take off in low gear. The top is in great condition and Chrome is excellent! There are very few No. But this one even gets the details right like the great-looking folding roof, and the red pinstriping that matches the wheel color and Model A people know good ones have this.
It may also be driven 800-1,000 miles each year to shows, on tours, and simply for pleasure. Some offer web sites displaying samples of their reports. Also, an extremely well-maintained original showing very minimal wear. Bought in the early 70's by Alex Pestka and used sparsely by him til the early 90's. And part of what makes it a Deluxe model are the spares mounted in each fender. Restored is a recently completely restored car. Paint wise there are some scratches and chips due to the age of the restoration.