fozz71

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    I am an educator and a fan of old cars.

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  1. The Model A has been sold.
  2. So sorry guys, that's an important detail left off. Mercer is right, asking $9500 but open to offers. I am headed towards a Model T Ford instead of an A.
  3. (SOLD) 1930 Model A Ford Tudor Sedan. Starts, runs, shifts and stops just like a Model A should. Clean motor, good 3 forward gears and 1 reverse, the handbrake is not hooked up, missing linkage. Brown cloth interior with custom driver's seat rail for taller drivers, has wear in fabric along bottom of back seat. All lights and gauges work, has a 6v alternator for reliability, good roof, and headliner. Two-tone lacquer paint from 1980s is worn and crazing in places, could use a repaint in the future, but still looks decent. Good tires and tubes, nice chrome accents and car is complete with hand crank. All good glass. Original aoogah horn, recent oil change and the car is ready to be enjoyed. I got it in a trade and don't really need a Model A, looking for a Model T instead. Has a clear title in my name; engine serial # A4083481 from October 1930 and title is marked C1259493 from a plate on the firewall. Motor and exhaust sound like a percolating little kettle. Could use a good cleaning and polish, car isn't perfect, but should shine up nicely. Was previously owned by an elderly gentleman who took good care of his cars.
  4. Car has been sold: 1977 Pontiac Firebird - LS1 Camaro SS engine swap – LS1 steering column & original Firebird Deluxe steering wheel - 4L65E automatic transmission - good brakes - upgraded radiator - updated springs and shocks for suspension - updated gauges - Sierra Copper Metallic paint - bodywork done by shop - Firestone 205/75/15 tires all around & spare in trunk. - Pontiac Rally II wheels & trim rings - newer upholstery & carpeting, front bucket seats & new foam - new trunk mat, door & trunk seals - interior and exterior lights work - heater works, no A/C
  5. My favorite, in a 1914 $250K Model T Ford remade for the centennial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkdn15lL0OI
  6. (Car has been sold) Here’s one of the nicest and best maintained Shay Model A Deluxe Ford Roadsters that I have ever seen. Garage kept its entire life with only 16K miles on the car. Beautiful original Tan color compliments the black interior and polished chrome all over this car. Features a fiberglass Model A Ford body on a Mustang chassis & suspension with a 4-cylinder motor. Runs and drives like a modern car with the look and class of an antique. Features: -superb running Ford engine, 4-speed manual trans with upgraded shifter, new custom cloth roof with opening rear center window, new custom-made side-curtains, new ball joints and bushings in suspension, 5 new Firestone tires & tubes, new carpeting, new brakes, new Dietz headlights, chrome stone-guard on the radiator, 1930 style Ford taillights, and original Model A horn. Even has a custom top boot to cover the roof when folded down.
  7. Bump to top now that it is back on the market.
  8. Buyer could not complete sale due to emergency- CAR IS STILL AVAILABLE!
  9. BUYER COULD NOT COMPLETE SALE: Here is a Tin Lizzie in the final months of production, serial number 15,003,275 and a nice example of the Model T at her end. Drive her & enjoy the world through 1927 lenses on battery or original Ford Magneto power. The car features: 1. Solid steel restored and painted body with bonus safety aftermarket front bumper 2. Good newer tires and tubes, on sporty red steel wheels all around including spare with Ford scripted cover 3. All lights work and even has a nice dash-light for evening cruising. 3. Interior has been reupholstered in the past 10-15 years but still has some original back covered wool panels. 4. Good seat springs and cushions. 5. All new chrome accents on headlights, hubcaps, lugnuts, step-plates and rear view mirror and details all over the car. 6. Brand new radiator, hoses with new moto-meter and dog-bone cap. 7. Newer roof. 8. Brand new refreshed engine with new wiring and plugs, new timer & brush and starter cables. 9. Rebuilt ignition/spark coils inside coil box with new lid. 10. New manifolds, both exhaust and intake with newly professionally rebuilt Holley NH carburetor. 11. Good rebuilt starter and good working original Model T commercial water-pump. 12. Chrome domed engine headbolts and head gasket was de-carbonized and changed in the last 3 years. 13. Rebuilt original 1920s Aoogah horn works on Model T horn button on column. 14. Side windows are laminated-safety glass for protection. 15, Brand new 6 volt battery and battery cables as well. The car can use a little cleaning and polishing here and there and both the small back glass and windshield have cracks in them. But they don't detract from the enjoyment of the Model T. Starts right up and purrs well, has cotton transmission bands that work well. The car has an open clear title ready for you. Walk around video on Youtube "1927 Coupe Walk JC" for clip, and "1927 Coupe Driving JC" for clip from inside the car. Asking $10,500 or best offer. Located in Oswego, IL Text 630-935-8561 or email anteekguy97@aol.com
  10. I am in the market for a Shay Model A, if anyone has one for sale, please email Jim at anteekguy97@aol.com I am 45min west of Chicago, but will look all over for one.
  11. Thanks for the testimonials, it is indeed a well-restored and solid car. Once you drive it, you'll love it! Must be a bad time to sell a old Dodge Brothers car? Anyway, if anyone wants a steal of a deal- drop me a text 630-935-8561
  12. Okay guys, l've gotten some interest and a few calls but no takers as of yet.
  13. Just the old bump-a-roo to the top for the Dodge Brothers.
  14. Beep and Bump- any takers for the dependable Dodge Brothers?