1930 Ford Model A
Engine & Drivetrain
Under the hood is the 200 cubic inch inline-four cylinder engine looks just like it did back when brand new in 1930.
The engine looks great painted in the green and looks period correct with its downdraft carburetor, cooling fan, electrical system, and all sitting in a restored, cleaned, and detailed engine compartment.
It has had a lot of new or rebuilt parts including the distributor and alternator, fuel shut-off valve, Zenith carburetor, water pump, 2-piece crankshaft, points, oil pump, exhaust and muffler, clutch & pressure plate, and much, much more.
It is backed up by a manual transmission and has had a lot of suspension parts redone as well as new radiator, brakes, battery is 5-years old, and it can still cruise around on the street as it did back them. It rides on a lighter color painted spoke wheels with blackwall tires.
Inside or A is a clean and neat brown tweed bench seat and matching door panels, that looks great and is very comfortable as well as the factory gauges in the middle of the body colored dash, chrome shifter with black shifter knob, black floor mats, black steering wheel, and everything inside looking as new.
The rear “rumble seat” in the back is spacious and it still has the step-up that you need to use to get into it.
Our 1930 Sedan is painted period correct too in a 1930 Ford tan color that is set off by the contrasting black fenders to make a very stylish looking paint scheme.
The restoration has a very complete look with the iconic twin front headlights and grill, black front and rear bumpers, mirrors, and factory horn in the front.
It even has the spare tire in the back too. You won't be disappointed with how it goes down the road and the looks you get when you do.