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1929 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup

37,984 MILEAGE
Roadster Pickup BODY TYPE
Original four cylinder ENGINE
Original three speed TRANSMISSION

1929 Ford Model A Description:

Very nice 1929 Model A roadster pickup that has received an amateur, but good restoration. All sheet metal as well as the chassis appear to have been rust-free as there is no evidence of rot, rust through or body filler.
The vehicle has been upgraded with a chrome (or nickel) radiator shell, chrome (or nickel) headlights and front bumper. The tires are whitewalls in very good condition, but I do not know how old they are. Paint, top, upholstery and replacement radiator date to 2008 when the restoration was completed.
Starts fairly easily and runs pretty well, but like any Model A that has driven less than 100 miles in 8 years, it would benefit from a tuneup!
The vehicle is an excellent driver and parade car that would win awards at most local car shows. It looks great and appears to be largely correct with a lot of Ford script items (examples are headlights, running boards and door sills), but it is NOT a concours type vehicle. I believe that it is complete other than side curtains. Illinois 1929 license plates and a starting crank are included in the sale.
Odometer shows 37,984 miles, but I have no idea whether this is correct.
Inspection of the truck in Burlington, Wisconsin is encouraged. I will assist with shipping, but the successful buyer must arrange it. Of course, the successful bidder can also pick up the truck in Burlington, Wisconsin. For a reasonable fee, I may be able to deliver it along Interstates 80/90 in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania or New York during the week of April 29. I can also deliver to northern or central Illinois.
Call Ed at 847-830-7193 for details about the vehicle or delivery thereof.


Item location:Burlington, Wisconsin, United States
Model:Model A
Type:Roadster Pickup
Color:Green with black fenders
Interior color:Black
Engine:Original four cylinder
Transmission:Original three speed
Vehicle Title:Clear