This is the 1929 Ford Model A Highboy has a slick orange body and plenty of V8 power sitting on display
So it makes for a quality roadster at a value price.
The glossy orange paint on a smooth fiberglass body has a good look. And there’s always something sporty about a hot rod with its body channeled over the frame. Plus, it has great classic details like the deleted fenders, open engine, and waterfall grille. Plus, some of the best brightwork also serves a good function. The dual exhaust tips remind you this roadster has mufflers; the windshield frame shows off the single-piece windshield, and the polished 15-inch wheels carry modern tires.
The two-tone tan interior looks good against the exterior orange. In fact, it has cool details, like the tuck and roll insert in the seats and the streak running through the door panels on the sides. As a true T-bucket roadster, it’s a very driver-oriented setup with an upgraded sports steering wheel, floor shifter, and a dash dominated by essential gauges, including the center tach.
They knew this engine would be on display for the world to see, and so they made sure there were plenty of details to enjoy. You have a smooth firewall, tidy wires, flame-etched polished valve covers, and a matching air grabber. When you look beyond the style, you’ll find the substance of a 350 cubic-inch V8 that’s been given an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, upgraded intake, and shorty headers feeding the dual exhaust. And pieces like the three-speed automatic transmission, adjustable rear coilovers, and modem tires make this a solid driver.
Clean, powerful, and nicely finished, this is the all-around build you’re going to love.
Location: Concord, North Carolina, United States
Price: Auction <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on July 19, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.