This neat little Ford has a lot of unique features, making it the antidote to the “me too” cars you see at every cruise night. It’s a rare 1931 Sport Coupe, meaning that cloth roof doesn’t fold, and it’s been fitted with rather unusual wood bodywork that gives it a wonderfully warm personality. Add in a warmed-over flathead, gorgeous paint, and a traditional build ethos, and you get the coolest A rod we’ve seen in years. How much of the car is original? Hard to say. But we will go on record saying that we love the look. The front fenders and cowl are original steel pieces, although it’s been fitted with a ’32 Ford grille shell to clean things up a bit. We’re guessing that the structure of the body is Ford as well, because the cloth roof that was unique to the Sport Coupe body style sure looks authentic. The rest of the body, including the doors and fully functioning rumble seat, appears to be completely constructed from maple, ash, and mahogany, and it’s just beautifully done. It may not be accurate or authentic, but we guarantee that it’ll draw a crowd everywhere it goes. The cool root beer colored paint looks fantastic, offering an old-school vibe with modern tech that makes it change colors a bit as you walk around the car. Details like the original running boards, cowl lights, and even the taillights out back keep the Model A flavor completely intact. There’s even a luggage rack to make it practical!
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Originally listed on March 3, 2016. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.