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1928 Model A, Supercharged EFI Flathead V8, C4 trans, With 32ft car hauler


1928 Ford Model A Description:

This is my 1928 Model A. It has gone over many improvements over the years. It currently has an 8BA Flathead with a Mccolloch VS57 Super charger (making about 2psi) with a Fitech EFI Power Adder EFI system. It starts, idles, runs and drives in all temperatures. The EFI system even controlls the timing which is fully adjusted on the fly as is every EFI paramter. It gets regularly driven every couple weeks. The paint isnt super great. There are chips and I've seen some runs in it. It wasnt a Barrette-Jackson level paint job. I am including the 32FT enclosed car hauled i keep it in. It just passed inspection this year. Its not pretty, but is water tight, has two new axles in the past two years, has a front exit door too (i usually park our 4 wheelers up front and the car in the rear). its gvwr is 12,500lb and it has e-track rows the whole length of the trailer with a treadplate coating over the wood floor.

The car has a State issued a visible Vin # inside door jam, no need to lift cab for frame number. It is registered as a regular vehicle, not historic. It underwent a full safety inspection, brakes, all modern working lights, horn, etc. There are no driving restrictions on it.

It has an 8BA Flathead V8 with mild cam (don't know the exact specs)– overhauled in the past 8 years

Billet distributor, Edelbrock aluminum heads, Aluminum speedy bill intake, adjustable lifters

Mccolloch VS57 Super charger kit making 2-3psi

Fitech Go EFI Power Added EFI System – controls timing too

Fitech Fuel Command Center 2 with return to stock cowl tank (in perfect condition)

C4 transmission – overhauled at the same time as engine

GM 10 bolt rear with drum brakes – 3.55 gears

Pete and Jakes 2094 Complete front Axle with disk brakes

1931 Grill with aluminum radiator

1996 Corvette steering column and clock spring assembly

Weld in boxed frame

All wooden cross members removed and replaced with channel

Wood floor removed and replaced ¼” aluminum treadplate bolted and polyurethane adhesive to frame

2018 Subara BRZ Leather/suede adjustable and flip forward seats with seatbelts, bolted directly to c channels welded to frame

Here is a video of my cold starting it and backing it our of the trailer TODAY as i post this ( you will have to copy and past it into the browser)
Here is a video of a hot run and rev of the car a week or so ago



Item location:Felton, Delaware, United States
Model:Model A
Drive type:RWD
Vehicle Title:Clean