It is a 1929 Ford Model A Roadster that is not your typical thrown together Hot Rod. It is a bare frame up, nut and bolt traditional build that was well thought out and very well executed. You can find fiberglass and Rat Rod crap all over the place. It is very difficult to find a well done roadster available for sale. The car is ready to show and win. The underside is as clean as the top side and nicely detailed. It is all steel, including the 32 grill shell. The paint and body are beautiful. It has a 1940 Flathead V8 with Edelbrock heads, tripower intake with three Stromberg 97 carburetors. The engine is very well detailed and extremely clean. C-4 automatic transmission that makes it much easier to drive. It runs very well. It runs cool, but like every other Flatty I have ever driven, it is not a huge fan of extended freeway driving and will start to get warm. It’s not what it was built for and it does not like it. Original style looking generator, but it is actually an alternator internally so it functions about a million times better. 40 Ford juice brakes. 1935 Ford wire wheels with excellent Wide White Wall tires. One really neat addition is the genuine 1929 Packard taillight/brake light. It’s just cool. The interior is beautiful red and looks like new. The seat was set down a bit so even if you are taller, unlike most Model As, you can still drive this one comfortably. The seat is also a bit taller up top so you actually have some upper back support for all day cruises. The trunk is also very well detailed. There are no hanging wires, duct tape, or some of the other weird stuff you see on a lot of them. Everything on it is clean and crisp. Everything on it works. The turn signals, headlights, taillights, Ahooga horn, all the Stewart-Warner gauges, interior light, etc. all work properly.

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Location: Cardiff by the Sea, California, United States