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1929 Ford Model A

Sale price: $19,900.00 make an offer

Car location: Macedonia, Ohio, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Year:
1929
Mileage:
1244
Engine:
201 cubic inch inline-4
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1929 Ford Model A for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.25) based on 31 votes

(440) 565-5335(440) 565-5335

1929 Ford Model A 1244 Miles Green Pickup 201 cubic inch inline-4 Manual
Stock #:
118147
Exterior Color:
Green
Interior Color:
Black leatherette
Body Type:
Pickup
Transmission:
Manual
Drivetrain:
Rear wheel drive
Fuel Type:
Gasoline
Engine:
201 cubic inch inline-4
Mileage:
1,244
Vehicle Original VIN : SH2993PA
Nice roadster pickup with older restoration. Traditional colors, wood stakes for the bed, recently serviced. Extra wheel and tire assembly included. Runs and drive well, ready to have fun this summer!

Of the dozens of body styles available on the Model A chassis, few are as appealing as the roadster pickup. Practical yet fun, with a no-nonsense look that transcends the ages makes for a neat truck that's at home almost anywhere. Dressed in traditional Kewanee Green with black fenders and Tacoma Cream wheels, it looks right as a commercial vehicle. That also means a painted radiator shell and headlight buckets, which only add to its all-business appeal. Proportions are excellent, so the tough little truck has a sporting look and the top is removable (roadster pickup tops did not fold, oddly enough) for open-air motoring. A single side-mounted spare was standard equipment, with this one wearing an accessory tire cover with Ford script emblem, as well as a bright chrome front bumper. In back, the bed is finished with painted wood planks, as original, as well as a set of nicely finished oak bed rails that increase carrying capacity and look great doing it. A single taillight is correct and there is no rear bumper, as original. The restoration is probably 30 years old at this point, but it's holding up nicely with a bright shine to the paint and only modest signs of use. With long-term ownership behind it, this is a truck that's been loved for many years.

Simple black leatherette was standard on the roadster pickup and it's a great choice—durable and weather resistant, it will provide years of service. The rest of the interior is standard Model A, which is good news because it's familiar and easy for anyone to handle. The steering wheel is big enough to make steering light and easy, with the headlight controls and horn button in the center. The two levers on the steering column control spark advance (left) and the throttle (right), while the pedals are arranged conventionally with the clutch on the left, brake in the center, and accelerator on the right (that's a foot rest next to the accelerator pedal). The three-speed manual transmission is non-synchronized, so you'll need a quick double-clutch between gears, but it's easy to master. Gauges include the basics, although the fuel gauge is currently not working (we believe the float has failed). There's a tough rubber mat over the wooden floor boards and the top is in excellent condition (again, it does not fold on roadster pickups and this is how they were built).

The rugged 201 cubic inch inline-4 really needs no introduction. Simple enough for anyone to service and torquey enough to make driving fun, it's been an endearing part of the hobby for nearly a century now. It starts easily and idles properly with that distinctive Model A soundtrack. The carburetor is an aftermarket Tillotson unit with an Air Maze flame arrestor, but otherwise it remains completely stock. It's also correctly detailed with Ford Green engine enamel, proper hose clamps, and original-style hoses and clamps for the cooling system. Shifts are clean and it cruises happily at 45-50 MPH without much effort. Brakes are mechanical, so they require you to plan your stops and drive smart, but they're effective given the car's modest curb weight. Older 4.75/5.00-19 blackwall tires give it the right look, but you might want to replace them if you're planning on a lot of touring, we are unsure of their age.

Attractive and easy to drive, the roadster pickup remains one of the all-time favorite Model A body styles. Imagine the fun you can have taking it to Home Depot on Saturday morning then on a country road tour on Sunday. Few other vehicles can deliver the blend of practicality and fun that this little truck does. Call today!

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections of any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle Description

Vehicle Original VIN : SH2993PA
Nice roadster pickup with older restoration. Traditional colors, wood stakes for the bed, recently serviced. Extra wheel and tire assembly included. Runs and drive well, ready to have fun this summer!

Of the dozens of body styles available on the Model A chassis, few are as appealing as the roadster pickup. Practical yet fun, with a no-nonsense look that transcends the ages makes for a neat truck that's at home almost anywhere. Dressed in traditional Kewanee Green with black fenders and Tacoma Cream wheels, it looks right as a commercial vehicle. That also means a painted radiator shell and headlight buckets, which only add to its all-business appeal. Proportions are excellent, so the tough little truck has a sporting look and the top is removable (roadster pickup tops did not fold, oddly enough) for open-air motoring. A single side-mounted spare was standard equipment, with this one wearing an accessory tire cover with Ford script emblem, as well as a bright chrome front bumper. In back, the bed is finished with painted wood planks, as original, as well as a set of nicely finished oak bed rails that increase carrying capacity and look great doing it. A single taillight is correct and there is no rear bumper, as original. The restoration is probably 30 years old at this point, but it's holding up nicely with a bright shine to the paint and only modest signs of use. With long-term ownership behind it, this is a truck that's been loved for many years.

Simple black leatherette was standard on the roadster pickup and it's a great choice—durable and weather resistant, it will provide years of service. The rest of the interior is standard Model A, which is good news because it's familiar and easy for anyone to handle. The steering wheel is big enough to make steering light and easy, with the headlight controls and horn button in the center. The two levers on the steering column control spark advance (left) and the throttle (right), while the pedals are arranged conventionally with the clutch on the left, brake in the center, and accelerator on the right (that's a foot rest next to the accelerator pedal). The three-speed manual transmission is non-synchronized, so you'll need a quick double-clutch between gears, but it's easy to master. Gauges include the basics, although the fuel gauge is currently not working (we believe the float has failed). There's a tough rubber mat over the wooden floor boards and the top is in excellent condition (again, it does not fold on roadster pickups and this is how they were built).

The rugged 201 cubic inch inline-4 really needs no introduction. Simple enough for anyone to service and torquey enough to make driving fun, it's been an endearing part of the hobby for nearly a century now. It starts easily and idles properly with that distinctive Model A soundtrack. The carburetor is an aftermarket Tillotson unit with an Air Maze flame arrestor, but otherwise it remains completely stock. It's also correctly detailed with Ford Green engine enamel, proper hose clamps, and original-style hoses and clamps for the cooling system. Shifts are clean and it cruises happily at 45-50 MPH without much effort. Brakes are mechanical, so they require you to plan your stops and drive smart, but they're effective given the car's modest curb weight. Older 4.75/5.00-19 blackwall tires give it the right look, but you might want to replace them if you're planning on a lot of touring, we are unsure of their age.

Attractive and easy to drive, the roadster pickup remains one of the all-time favorite Model A body styles. Imagine the fun you can have taking it to Home Depot on Saturday morning then on a country road tour on Sunday. Few other vehicles can deliver the blend of practicality and fun that this little truck does. Call today!

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections of any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle Warranty

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ALL VEHICLES ARE SOLD "AS-IS, WHERE-IS", and Harwood does not in any way, expressed or implied, give any warranties to Buyer. Harwood expressly disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose. No statements in Harwood's advertising whether in print or online shall be deemed to create a representation of a warranty.


About Harwood Motors

ABOUT HARWOOD MOTORS

Harwood Motors offers enthusiasts an effortless way to buy and sell collector vehicles. Matt and Melanie have years of experience buying, selling, and collecting vintage automobiles. We are a family business with close ties to the hobby itself and we like to think of ourselves as matchmakers rather than a mere car dealership. There's a right car for you out there, and we can help you find it, even if you don't particularly know where to start. What Harwood Motors does isn't new, but the way we do it will make you a client for life, whether you're a buyer or a seller. Call us any time to talk cars, trucks, or even just about the hobby in general; you'll be surprised to find you already have a friend. 

If you have a special car that you would like to market, Harwood Motors can put it in front of real buyers. We have an extensive network of clients who are always looking for their next special vehicle.  Please contact us for more information on any of our programs.

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PAYMENT AND SHIPPING

A non-refundable PayPal deposit is required within 24 hours of the auction's end, or immediately for those buyers using the "Buy It Now" feature. Please see vehicle listing for the required amount. For final payment, we accept certified bank checks, and bank to bank wire transfer of funds. We will also accept your credit union or bank auto financing check from any reputable institution. Please contact us for financing options. Note that no vehicle ships without payment in full clearing our bank.

The Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping of the vehicle. If you wish to have it shipped we will gladly assist you in making arrangements and work with several large shipping companies to deliver cars all over the world. Please contact us for details.

Fees and Taxes

FEES AND TAXES

The buyer is responsible for all local state, county, and city tax fees, as well as title and registration fees and any other costs that may apply, and Harwood Motors charges a $150 document preparation fee on each transaction.

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