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1931 Ford Model A Roadster Traditional Early 1950s Hot Rod Street Rod Brookville

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  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model A
  • Type: Roadster
  • Year: 1931
  • Mileage: 99,999
  • Color: Satin Black
  • Engine size: Flathead V-8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Red
  • Options: Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Naples, Maine, United States


1931 Ford Model A Roadster -TraditionalHot Rod

This is a very nice, sweet,little traditional Hot Rod. It is a mostly recent and ongoing professional build, started around 2010,and it has been driven very little over the past few short Maine summers. It runs, drives, handlesand brakes very well. It is very comfortable to sit in and drive.It is a trueearly 1950's stylebuild. The only visible newer components are the Buick aluminum 45 finned brakes, which are correct for 1958 and are a sensible upgrade that would have been done backin the day.

The engine has a slight oil leak. The speedometer, parking brake and turn signals are not hooked up.

Title: Maine is a non-title state for older vehicles. This vehicle is currentlyregistered in the State of Maine with no title. Iam able to provide a Pennsylvaniatitle from a previous owner for the vehicle at no extra cost if you require one.

Payment: I acceptcash (USA$)at pickup. A bank transfer is also possible, but this will slow down closing the deal as I wait for all funds to clear into my hands before releasing the vehicle. I can help with loading the vehicle but the buyer must make transport arrangements.

Countries:If you find that your country is blocked, andyou are a serious bidder / buyer, please contact me so I can change the settings to allow you to participate.

The buyer must understand that this vehicle is built with period parts. Some of these parts are new, some are old. A vehicle such as this will require maintenance and repairs much more frequently than a modern vehicle.

This vehicle is sold as is with no warranty. NO TRADES!

I will try to list all of the particulars of this vehicle. If after reading my entire auction description you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Serious customers are free to ask for my cell phone number as well. More photos are available too...


Satin black paint, NOT primer.

1930 / 1931 Brookville all steel body with an original Henry Ford firewall. The doors and trunk lidopen and close as they should, nice solid latching.

Original 1940 Ford dash board with all 1940 dash accessories.

1940 Ford standard steering wheel.

1940 Ford steering column and dropwith properly functioning lock and key.

Model A dash rail from commercial roadster with passenger roadster ends grafted on to fit doors.

1930's Chris Craft brass windshield stanchions.

Original Henry Ford 1932 commercial grille shell.

Teas custom seat. Soft leather. Very comfortable.

Seat belts (lap belts) for driver and passenger.


Aftermarket 1932 Ford frame. Boxed.

Aftermarket front crossmember.

Custom transmission crossmember.

Original 1940 Ford rear crossmember.


1946 Ford Flathead V-8. 59L block.

Rebuilt by Walter Dupont.

Scat 4" crank.

1/4" overbore.

Iskenderian Max 1 camshaft.

Two rebuilt Stromberg 97's on Tattersfield dual intake manifold.

Walker Cobra radiator.

Offenhauserbeehive oil filter.

Aftermarket headers. Wrapped.

Custom stainless steel exhaust.

Engine has a slight oil leak.


Manual T-5 five speed, fifth isoverdrive.

Mechanical clutch.


Reproduction 1940 Ford cloth under dash and enginewiring harnesses. Wiring for the whole vehicle is simple and cleanly installed.

Early 1930's Ford generator converted to 12 volts.

Yankee 960 turn signal. Not wired.

Guide 682-C headlights.

Polished stainless headlight bar.

Original 1950 Pontiac taillights.

Vintage Yankee 331 license plate light.


So-Cal forged front axle. Dropped 4". Drilled.

Original 1940 Ford round back spindles.

Aftermarket spring with reversed eyes.

Flaming River Vega style steering box.

1958 Buick 45 fin aluminum drums with Buick backing plates and internals.

Wilwood dual master cylinder.

Most brake lines stainless steel or braided stainless steel.

Chrome hairpins.

Stainless bat wings.

Stainless spring perches and shackles.


1940 Ford banjo rear axle. Approx 3:73 to 1 gear ratio.

1940 Ford spring with extra leaves.

Converted to open drive line.

Converted to Ford 9" axles.

1958 Buick 45 fin aluminum drums with Ford backing plates and internals.


Tanks R Us gas tank. Approximately 12 gallon.

Monza style flip top gas cap.

Electric fuel pump wired to ignition switch.


Original 1935 Ford 16" wire wheels on all four corners.

Front tires; 6.00-16 Firestone Deluxe Champion.

Rear tires; 7.00-16 Firestone Deluxe Champion.

All tires are Bias Ply and tubed.