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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model A
  • SubModel: Huckster
  • Trim: Huckster
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1931
  • Mileage: 3,237
  • VIN: A889496
  • Color: Other
  • Engine size: 201 CI 4 Cylinder
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Other
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Local pick-up only


There's no better pre-war head turner than a woody. But while it usually cost a small fortune for the distinction of real lumber, this 1931 Ford Model A is going to make one person quite happy for quite a nice price. Will it be you?
A good Model A Ford is always a welcomed site wherever it goes, because it fills us all with the same nostalgia as warm apple pie. So when you can get it in quality wood body, it's as much a symbol of old-style comfort as an FDR fireside chat. More than just the real wood body, this is a full coordinated package that is quite nice. The red lacquer used for the cowl and wire wheels are great standout pieces against the wood. Plus, black flowing fenders and running boards coordinate nicely with the trim around the tailgate and side curtains. The result is a very complete package that looks like you paid double the price.
Open the door to more craftsman-level lumber. After all, we know you could just stare for quite some time at the full-length wood slats that make up the ceiling. And you'll continue to marvel for years at all the different joints that come together to make this unique body. But more than just the wood, the fresh black bench seat, taut door panels, and bright red dash, come together to give you a great coordinating appearance with the exterior. In fact, with the door glass rolled down and the side curtains out, this woody can give you the same wind-in-you-hair experience as a hardtop muscle car. Well, not exactly... after all, no muscle machine can give you that tingle of nostalgia like a Model A can from the moment you grab the large four-spoke steering wheel and feel the generations of drivers that have come before you.
The engine has been under good maintenance. So you have a strong runner that features items like a newer belt and a six-volt alternator. This classic 200 cubic-inch motor is the backbone of the Ford Motor Company, so when it's a runner like this, you feel instantly connected with history with every chug of the exhaust. The torquey engine is great for parade routes and can keep up with traffic around town. The three-speed manual transmission shifts cleanly with a quick double-clutch and the brakes are effective for a vehicle with modest performance and light weight. In total, this 85+ year-old is still a fun runabout.
This is the distinctive classic pre-war Ford that you've always wanted, and it's never been more affordable than now. Don't miss out, call today!