Originally from California, this Ford Tudor model A is an excellent restoration project. The body, doors and sub rails are solid and are in very good condition. This was a running driving car before it was taken apart for body work in 1971 when most of the work was completed. The owner fell on poor health and the project was then stalled, and this is how the car currently stands. The motor turns and will still run and it seems that the engine could have been rebuilt, but that being said, the tank will need to be cleaned for fuel delivery before starting. All of the gauges, keys and dash are intact. The frame and chassis are complete and are in good rebuildable condition. Car is complete with headlights, taillights and all sheet metal. The roof has been filled with sheet metal and replacement wood. The car comes with White Wall Model A wheels. The interior seats look to be reupholstered in a previous restoration. Driver side door glass is missing,all other glass is in the car. Boxes of extra parts and spare tire included with sale. Last registered in 1973 with California black and yellow Folsom Prison licence plates, and clear visible vin# This restoration was begun 40 years ago, and is ready for the next owner to finish in either original, hot rod or rat rod!
Location: Danville, California, United States
See listing: 1929 Ford Model A restoration project (from April 19, 2016)