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  1. SabineRiverFord

    FS - 1930 Ford Model A Woody

    We are looking to sell our 1930 Model A Woody. This vehicle has been in our dealership for several years and has been a a few parades. It has been over a year since we last cranked it and is sitting on our showroom floor to our dealership. If you are looking for a restoration project, then this might be the one for you. We are asking $13,500 for it, but accepting reasonable offers. Sabine River Ford 1601 Green Ave, Orange, TX 77630 409-883-3581
  2. Bob Leonard

    Bringing 1931 Roadster back to life

    I have a few Model A repair questions. First, a little background. I restored a 1928 Model A pickup when I was about 17. My dad gave me a true junker and said that I could have it if I rebuilt it. I disassembled it (to the frame) and reassembled it. I had professionals do the chromework, woodwork, inside engine work and similar "craft" jobs, but took it apart, put it back together, and did a lot of the engine work myself. But that was almost 50 years ago and I have no confidence in my memory about quite a bit that the things that I did with ease then. I traded the pickup in on a 1931 Sport Roadster long ago and drove it occasionally for years. Almost four years ago, I moved and put it in a shed. Now I want to get it running again with the help of my son. This is all to say that neither of us has as much talent or skill at this as I would like. I would appreciate some help. Obviously, the fuel system is a first concern. We removed the carburetor and soaked most of it in carburetor cleaner. I blew out the various vents and tubes with my compressor. The gas (what there is left of it, has pretty much turned to varnish or gone to where deceased gas goes. I intend to siphon whatever is left out. What else do I need to do to the fuel system? Is this something that I need an expert to do? In the day, I took apart and repaired several "A" carburetors and don't remember any particular problems. Next, I will approach the electrical system. The battery (rather obviously) needs to be replaced. I intend to replace the spark plugs just for good measure and to reset the points. I intend to have a new condenser handy, just in case. What else do I need to do to the spark delivery system? Next, I will change the oil and grease everything that I can find that has a grease fitting. What am I missing? Also, please feel free to point me to any publications, books, or forums that would help. If anyone wants, I would be happy to chronical our "adventures" in getting this car rolling again. As much as I want the car going again, this is more about doing a project with my son. Thanks for any response. I can be reached at bob@bobleonard.com if someone wants to respond outside the forum. Also, I apologize in advance if you see this in multiple forums, but I intend to publish it in at least three to improve my chances for a good response.
  3. Hello, I have a 1930 Ford Model A Murray body Fordor sedan. I am having issues with the exhaust not staying attached to the manifold. Does anyone know of an alternative clamp that will work? The flaring on the pipe is small and inefficient. I can't find a alternative clamp. With the searching I have found, Aries Limited has a muffler system with the appropriate size flaring. I have the small aftermarket flange on my exhaust and the flange is too small and the clamp does not clamp on it well. The pipe slips out no matter how tight I get the clamp. Any help will be greatly appreciated. I am trying to keep the cost down without having to spend $200 on a new system. I have attached a picture to show the differences in the flanges from Aries Limited site.
  4. Give me a call if you are in need of and would like photos. $200 OBO. Frank @ (813) 445-0315.
  5. motey1@yahoo.com

    1930's rims and tires for sale

    1930's rims and tires for sale caps included .Look to be original and in very good shape, make offer or trade for drag racing rims for Mopar LG. bolt pattern
  6. Vintagecarguy

    For Sale: 1929 Model A Ford Sedan

    (SOLD) For sale is a 1929 Model A Ford Leatherback 4 door sedan. Rebuilt motor. Needs interior. Runs and drives great. $8300 Obo. Call or text Gerald at 1 (203) 278-7177. (SOLD)
  7. [TABLE] <tbody>[TR] [TD] Offered for Sale by the California Automobile Museum$25,000This very nice 1930 Ford Model A Roadster is a great solid vehicle. It looks to have been well maintained and is a fantastic driver.This Roadster presents nicely in its Gray paint. The pin striping is in great shape and adds a nice touch to the Ford. The passenger door does have a small spot near the handle that has some damage that was repaired as well as on the door frame (pictured). The rest of the vehicle seems to be very solid and rust free. The black paint on the fenders does have a nice shine to it but does have some various light scratches by the hood. The chrome bumpers are in great shape and have a nice shine to them. The grill shell is in good shape as well as the rock guard. The stainless cowl trim and lights are in nice condition. The front light bar is a nice subtle addition to the front of the Roadster. The glass and the glass frame are in good shape and all parts for the windshield appear to be present. The top is in great shape and does not have any rips or tears in the material. The top folds down nicely for that classic roadster look. The boot for the top is in decent shape but needs to be cleaned up a bit. The addition of the trunk rack is nice. 16 inch wire wheels have been added to this vehicle with 6.00-16 Firestone wide whitewalls. The tires have 8/32nds of tread on them and do not have any cracking in them. The doors do not have excessive play in them and they close as they should. The Brown leather seat is in great shape and does not have any rips or tears. The door panels and kick panels are also in great condition and the kick panels have a handy storage pocket. The rumble seat is brown vinyl and is in great shape as well. The carpet in the Ford is in nice condition and does not have any excess wear. The steering wheel is in great shape as is the dash and gauge cluster. This Ford Roadster runs and drives great. The four cylinder engine fires right up and idles nicely. The engine revs up nice and smooth. When the engine was rebuilt the odometer was also put back to 0 so it has less than 2000 miles on rebuild. The electrical system has been converted to 12 volt and helps to get this Model A started quickly. The 3 speed transmission shifts as it should and does not have any slop between the gears and the clutch has a good feel to it. The brakes look to be adjusted correctly and they stop the vehicle as they should. The lights on this Ford work as they should as does the horn. [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE] <textarea id="adlesse_unifier_magic_element_id" style="display: none;"></textarea>
  8. Solid all steel rust free sheetmetal...350 engine with new pistons showing .030 on top, 350T trans with newflywheel and torque convertor..double hump fuelie heads,Holley 4bbl carb,Holley"Strip Dominator"aluminum intake,Accel dual pointdistributor,aluminum Edelbrock air cleaner and valve covers,Carter Fuelpump,new spark plugs and wires-which need clips and caps attached to install indistributor cap,chromed block hugger headers,new dual exhaust system,8"rear end with panard rod,adjustable rear coil over shocks.All new frontsuspension including Super Bell dropped axle,leaf spring with anti squeekinserts,chrome shocks,after market Chevy lug pattern front disc brakeconversion with braided lines and new steel brake tubing plus all new steeringhookups,New front/rear 4 link.NEW:spoon type gas padel kit, dual mastercylinder with after market pedal assembly,pad and mounting bracket,recessedBitchin Products firewall,floor panel and trans tunnel.New tailgate,doorhinges,Ron Francis wiring kit with new head light switch,ignition switch anddimmer switch,tail lites and brackets,exterior door handles,,emergeny brakehandle,cover and trim ring.4 core radiator with trans cooler in bottomtank..VDO gauges.Chromed grille shell and chrome King Bee style head lights.Mustang 1965-'66steering box and column.Have windshield,rear glass and one door glass.Good woodwith some having been replaced.Nice upholstery on seat with slight tear ondriver side..Useable carpet,door panels,rear panel,head liner material,kickpanels which could be used if this was a daily driver.Truck needs very littlework to be a driver plus your finishing touches such as wheels and paint tomake it your own..Current <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:state w:st="on">California</st1:state>title in my name..Delivery in southern <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:state w:st="on">California</st1:state>possible for a fee....$9500.......760)751-2946 California PST<o:p></o</st1</st1
  9. I represent an auction company (Bounds Auction Company) that has been contracted to liquidate the living estate of 2 gentlemen from northeastern Pennsylvania. Included in this estate are 6 cars (3 in this thread, 3 in the next) that will be sold at auction on Thursday, August 22, 2013. The auction will be conducted live from their garage. Additionally, on-line (pre-auction and real time) bidding is available at AuctionZip. The auction catalog can be viewed at auctionzip.com (Bounds Auction Company’s Auctioneer #6348), or you can get more information at our website. (boundsauctions.com). All cars have been inspected by David Hopkins (our auto tech). Only the 1956 Jaguar will not be started on the day of sale. This car has not been touched since it was moved into the garage in 1994. The 3 oldest cars being offered are as follows: YEAR; 1931 MAKE: Ford MODEL: Model A Special Deluxe Roadster PRICE: Offered at auction @ AuctionZip.com DESCRIPTION: VIN # A422639640 Battery replaced; carburetor removed and cleaned. Vehicle was started and run dry. Fresh gas added and vehicle runs smoothly. Oil changed. Green and black with brown leather interior. Rare tracking headlamp option. Level of restoration unknown. Title shows ownership since 1989. LOCATION: Dalton, PA 18414 CONTACT INFO: omar@boundsauctions.com YEAR; 1934 MAKE: Pierce Arrow MODEL: 1240A PRICE: Offered at auction @ AuctionZip.com DESCRIPTION: VIN # 3110122 Body tag is 338-S-277, engine block 400271 (VIN on firewall plate). 139” wheel base; When purchased in the 1950s a frame up restoration was performed. There is a paint defect on the passenger side spare tire cover. The auto tech replaced the battery, top oiled the cylinders and compression tested the motor prior to starting. The vehicle started and ran well. It was pulled out of the garage, and run dry. Spark plugs were replaced and fresh fuel added. Car has been started and run several times since with no problems. Reading on the odometer is 51,277 LOCATION: Dalton, PA 18414 CONTACT INFO: omar@boundsauctions.com YEAR; 1948 MAKE: Jaguar MODEL: Mark IV 3 ½ LtrSaloon PRICE: Offered at auction @ AuctionZip.com DESCRIPTION: VIN # 638007 Purchased by current owners in 1983. Carburetors required cleaning and exhaust manifold gasket was replace during this activity. Battery also has been replaced. For this vintage, a rare left hand drive (Jaguar’s drive for the US market didn’t start in earnest for a few more years). Odometer shows 5,716 miles. LOCATION: Dalton, PA 18414 CONTACT INFO: omar@boundsauctions.com
  10. Hey folks, I may be a newbie here, but surely most, if not all Duesie fans, will be familiar with the vehicle of which I speak. I work at Canepa Design in Scotts Valley, CA, where the 1919 or 1921 (depending on who you speak to), Duesenberg Straight 8 or Model A (depending on who you speak to), chassis #601 and engine #1001 or chassis #602 and engine #1000 (depending on who you speak to), is painstakingly and lovingly being returned to its original configuration after the circa 1927 conversion/upgrade to many model J parts. While some information regarding this vehicle may still be in question, information I've garnered thus far, leads me to refer to it as a 1921 Duesenberg Straight 8 Model A with body by Bender, chassis #601 and engine #1001 (chassis and engine numbers confirmed by the original identification plate).The primary parts changed were; tires, Buffalo Wire wheels, ft. hubs, rear axles with hubs, front and rear bumpers, headlamps, some steering components, as well as a few other items changed along the way. Regardless, as this vehicle progresses through the restoration process, a few parts have become available to help some other Duesenberg owner complete their Model J projects. In particular the parts we are currently looking to determine a value and ultimately sell are both front, dual-post mount, headlamps (Guide Lamp we believe, based on markings on the reflector bucket and lenses - although some have reported, based on old photos, that they may be early C.M. Hall or Bausch and Lomb) and the fender to fender mounting bar with four posts. Also, the front and rear, upper and lower bumpers, retaining plates with hardware and mounting brackets. And, both front wheel hubs with Wire Wheel Corp of A. Buffalo NY (Buffalo Wire Wheel) C6 wheel locks, both rear axles (hollow) with integral hubs and Buffalo C6 wheel lock (all wheel locks carry the Duesenberg name plate in the center of the cap). And to top it off, all six matching Buffalo 78 spoke wire wheels with tires (note: five tires are Firestone High Speed Gum Dipped Heavy Duty 6-Ply and one is a U.S. Royal Tempered Rubber Heavy Duty 6-Ply, all are 7.00-19 and black-wall. Also the tires allegedly pre-date WWII and thus are suitable for show purpose only). I have pictures available to anyone who is interested. If you can help me with determining a value, or may be interested in purchasing these parts for your own project or inventory, please contact me via the links on this forum. Thanks for reading. P.S., the car is nearing completion and we will be posting more photos of it here and at our company website: www.canepa.com
  11. I have listed a large assortment of Model A parts (some Model T) for my father. He sold his 1929 Model A and has a LARGE assortment of parts left he wants to sell. I have an auction on Ebay going that will end Sunday Evening. This is a no reserve auction that started at $1. Take a look Here: If that doesn't work look here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/261246900751...84.m1555.l2649 Some Specific Items: - Engine Block - 2 Engine Heads - 3 Transmissions - 4 Carbs - 7 rims that are 19" Link to 100+ Pictures <embed width="480" height="360" src="http://pic2.pbsrc.com/flash/rss_slideshow.swf" flashvars="rssFeed=http%3A%2F%2Ffeed738.photobucket.com%2Falbums%2Fxx27%2FHlone%2FFord%2520Model%2520A%2520Parts%2Ffeed.rss" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent">
  12. I have a set of 4 16 inch wire spoke wheels to sell. I believe they are off of a Ford Model A. I'm sending pictures. Each photo has 2 wheels in it. I'm asking $275, or best offer. Please don't hesitate to contact me with questions.
  13. I have most of the other parts but the frame is way to rusty to repair so I'm hoping to find one w/good # & with a proper title. Thanks, Bob
  14. Hi, Wanted to let you members know we have a beautiful 1928 Dodge Brother 2 Door Coupe in Paradise, Ca - For Sale. It being Sold through Online Auction Starting July 24th-29th I have all the details posted on mywebsite http://www.<wbr>norcalonlineauctions.com/ Go to the Dodge Brothers listing. Feel Free to email this information to your members. Thank you, Robert NorCal Online Auctions www.norcalonlineauctions.com
  15. I am trying to sell a group of Model A parts, tools, and catalogs. I am open to offers, selling as a lot or selling a few pieces individually. Tools: What I have is in the picture let me know if you have any questions and I can take something aside and photograph it. Parts: Pair of lights with 1 glass section between them. Another Light of the same model with red glass. Steering Wheel I will include what information I have on the individual paper items, they are all original and in legible condition. -1925 Research Specification Book -2 Auto Owners Supply Books 1928 and 193? - Model A Instruction Book -2 different Model A Trade Catalogs: 1st is 1931 Model A very good shape with some water damage to cover. 2nd is 1930 Model A, also in good shape with slight water damage, through cover into first page. -1960's reproduction calendars of 1913 & 15. -1974,75, & 77 Exxon Calenders
  16. Ok guys-- I have a 1929 Model A Tudor. The wheels are not stock. They are the later wire wheels. But... the spare wheel in back is completely different. I am looking for just a hubcap to finish it off. Can anybody help me identify what kind of wheel this is, or where to obtain a hubcap for it?
  17. MSidinSC

    Model A Auction

    We will be auctioning a collection of Model A's, parts, and much more on March 24 2012 at the Western NC Agricultural Center in Fletcher, NC. This auction includes the following: 1928 Roadster, 1929 Roadster, 1929 Sport Coupe, 1930 Speedster, 1931 Roadster, 1929 Phaeton, 1931 Roadster Race Car, (3) engines at various stages of rebuild, multiple transmissions, (2) Complete sets of spoke wheels, vintage license plates, and a variety of other parts. There are also 2 open trailers that were used to transport the vehicles. This auction will take place at noon. It will be both live and on the internet. Absentee and phone bidding will be accepted. Please view the website for pictures Bramsey.com Email request for pics and details (from appraisal) to mike.bramsey@gmail.com
  18. Mopolo9

    1928 Ford Phaeton Model A

    1928 Ford Phaeton Model A Hot Custom Kustom Rat Rod Vintage Steel Body Call 407 463 6780 Asking 21,000 lets make a deal. Lake City Florida See Pics Here 1928 Ford Phaeton - YouTube
  19. This is the first year for the Rendezvous and they hope to make this a yearly event. The two day event, Friday May 20th and Saturday May 21st, is organized by the Bucyrus Tourism and Visitor's Bureau and numerous clubs have been invited from around the state. Preferred parking around town for participants and lots of special activities planned by the various participating local businesses. Visit www.bucyrus.org/ModelTCars.htm or call the Bucyrus Tourism Bureau (1-866-562-0720) for more details.
  20. This is the first year for the Rendezvous and they hope to make this a yearly event. The two day event, Friday May 20th and Saturday May 21st, is organized by the Bucyrus Tourism and Visitor's Bureau and numerous clubs have been invited from around the state. Preferred parking around town for participants and lots of special activities planned by the various participating local businesses. Visit www.bucyrus.org/ModelTCars.htm or call the Bucyrus Tourism Bureau (1-866-562-0720) for more details.
  21. This is the first year for the Rendezvous and they hope to make this a yearly event. The two day event, Friday May 20th and Saturday May 21st, is organized by the Bucyrus Tourism and Visitor's Bureau and numerous clubs have been invited from around the state. Preferred parking around town for participants and lots of special activities planned by the various participating local businesses. Visit www.bucyrus.org/ModelTCars.htm or call the Bucyrus Tourism Bureau (1-866-562-0720) for more details.
  22. Join the Scioto Model A Ford Club for a breakfast cruise-in THIS SATURDAY, April 2nd at Der Dutchman Restaurant, 445 S. Jefferson Ave. (corner of SR 42 and West Ave.) in Plain City, Ohio. The event starts at 8:30AM and usually ends around 10:00AM. ALL makes and types are welcomed, Ford, Chevy, Dodge, Imports... Restored, Survivors, Street Rods, Rat Rods, Muscle Cars, etc... Invite your friends and drive your car. This event is rain or shine and takes place the first Saturday of every month from April through September. Call Daric (614-354-5957) with questions. I hope to see you there.
  23. Join the Scioto Model A Ford Club for a breakfast cruise-in on Saturday April 2nd at Der Dutchman Restaurant, 445 S. Jefferson Ave. (corner of SR 42 and West Ave.) in Plain City, Ohio. The event starts at 8:30AM and usually ends around 10:00AM. ALL makes and types are welcomed, Ford, Chevy, Dodge, Imports... Restored, Survivors, Street Rods, Rat Rods, Muscle Cars, etc... Invite your friends and drive your car. This event is rain or shine and takes place the first Saturday of every month from April through September. Call Daric (614-354-5957) with questions. I hope to see you there.
  24. Hello I have Model A for sale I thought you might be interested in, I'm curently marketing it on ebay... You can go to ebay.com look up Item Number: 220743271991 Or you can copy this link to your browser : Ford : Model A - eBay (item 220743271991 end time Feb-28-11 07:48:13 PST) Thanks alot for your time!! :eek: