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1930 Ford Model A Deluxe Coupe


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1930 Model A Deluxe Coupes, all complete original except for one repaint, this is truly a very rare find especially in this condition. “Solid Excellent Condition”. Was garaged all of its life. Original Condition. This Model A has had one repaint about 38 years ago and everything else is original as it was purchased. (86 Years Young Owner)

Please note this Model A has been in a control storage for the last 47 years, started up and ran on a regular basis. Very nice vehicle for the Model A Collector, pictures do this car no justice.

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Not many of these true original Model A left. You will have a real hard time finding another as original as this one and in the condition this one is in. Super Nice Vehicle. Contact 951 238-4512

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Welcome to the AACA Discussion Forum.

A couple of questions. What size are the wheels/tires on that Model A?

I also see several non-original items in the engine compartment. Do you have a complete list of the non-original parts that have been installed?

Also, to comply with the Forum Rules, and increase your odds of finding a buyer, you need to list the price and the location of the car. Thanks.

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You have a good eye to notice those wheels, Matt. I had a chance to buy a set of these cheap many years ago and have seen them occasionally since. They are 16" rims adapted to 19" Model A wheels. They must have been made in the postwar years when 16" tires were still common. It seems like it wouldn't be worth the trouble,what could you sell them for? but somebody did.

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Welcome to the AACA Discussion Forum.

Also, to comply with the Forum Rules, and increase your odds of finding a buyer, you need to list the price and the location of the car. Thanks.

Price & location would be nice, but since phone number is listed, taking a couple minutes to call won't hurt.

I have to commend the seller on the photos. Excellent shots & plenty of them.

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