1929 Ford Model A
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1929 Ford Model A for sale
1929 Ford Model A Roadster Hotrod All Steel. 302/C4. Jaguar Rear-end. 4-Link Coil-overs . please be patient while the many photos load.
Quality built 1929 Ford Model A Roadster Hotrod for sale. Very clean and tidy. built approximately 10-12 years ago. The best handling Model A Streetrod I've ever driven. bar none.
Very nice all steel body with good chrome. trim. newer engraved windscreen and push-out frame. Truespoke chrome 5-lug wheels with 31x10. 50 R15LT's in the rear and 175/70R14's up front. The cloth top is from LeBaron-Bonnie and fits perfectly and includes the proper glass rear window. The interior is nicely finished with newer seating. carpets and panels including in the rumble seat area. It's equipped with power and tilt steering. Stewart-Warner full gauges. Pioneer sound system and power rumble seat.
The drivetrain is a 302ci and a C4 transmission with independent cooler and a Jaguar rear end. Many upgrades completed between 2011-2012 including new BDS blower. new polished Holley carburetor. all chromed engine accessories. heavy duty cooling. switched exhaust cut-outs. jet coated exhaust. EZ Wiring harness with modern fusebox. Setup with a wide single belt pulley system. MSD Electronic Ignition. Cobra Valve covers and Cobra oil pan. The underside is stunning and well thought-out with chromed coil-over 4-link suspension. chrome driveshaft. Jaguar rear-ends. chromed stabilizers. custom exhaust with electronic switch-over to straight pipes and a whole lot of attention to detail. Make sure to check out all of the photos and videos.
At present. the motor is backfiring intermittently. An engine leak-down test determined that moderate piston blow-by exists in all cylinders and an intermittent misfire occurs in cylinder 5. Likely the block is in need of re-boring and new oversized pistons. The bottom end is likely in good shape as evidenced by no noise and very good oil pressure at idle. The heads and valve train are expected to be fine as well.
Good opportunity to own a high-quality build for someone mechanically handy or if you have a spare 302 laying around. Call Donn Dabney 844-533-8262
Asking price listed on our site. This listing will end the moment a reasonable offer is made. Available only at Left Coast Classics! Direct your inquiries to Donn 844-LEFTCOA (844-533-8262) . because life's too short to drive the wrong car.
Reserves are subject to change over the course of an auction so please do not ask. The minimum I will take for the car is the most reasonable offer I receive. Asking prices are listed on our website. Please review and if interested. make an offer
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Taxes and Licensing: California buyers will be charged sales tax and licensing and processed on your behalf. Out of state buyers (including other countries). we will send title and you will be responsible for registration and taxes in your own state or providence. All transactions will be charged a $55 documentation fee in addition to the sales price. If leaving the state or country. the car must be picked up by a transportation company that can provide a bill of lading. otherwise California sales tax will be charged. (All licensed transport companies provide these). Personalized plates on vehicles (if any) belong to the owner of record and cannot be included with the vehicle.
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