Very nice driver with restoration possibilities. Nicely equipped with original engine & transmission, whitewall tires, rumble seat, cowl lamps, running board step plates, rear mounted spare, and more! We are very pleased to offer this 1930 Ford Model A Rumble Seat Sport Coupe! It is finished in Medium Cream Yellow with correct Tan Cloth interior…
Very nice driver with restoration possibilities. Nicely equipped with original engine & transmission, whitewall tires, rumble seat, cowl lamps, running board step plates, rear mounted spare, and more!
We are very pleased to offer this 1930 Ford Model A Rumble Seat Sport Coupe! It is finished in Medium Cream Yellow with correct Tan Cloth interior and Tan Stayfast landau top! Powered by the ever ready 200.5ci inline 4 cylinder engine and 3-speed manual transmission. Features include rear rumble seat, tilt-out front windshield, windshield visor, dual cowl lamps, Ford step plates, single rear-mounted spare tire, 19” spoke wire wheels, correct Ford Twolite headlight housings retrofitted with sealed beam headlamps, Quail radiator hood mascot, Spartan horn (auxiliary tri-tone parade horn in use now) and twin Duolamp tail lamps!
This wonderfully survived example comes from a long term ownership most recently out of New Mexico, and previously Texas, where it was restored many years ago. Having recently transferred ownership through inheritance to a local St. Louis resident in 2016, we rebuilt the Zenith carburetor, freshened all engine fluids, cleaned the spark plugs, installed a new starter, and quickly found the running gear to be in superb condition with just minor tuning adjustments! The tires are older Goodyear All Weather wide whitewalls measuring 5.00 x 19 authenticating an older restoration, with visible patina within the paint, a broken passenger door window glass, and absent door mirrors where mounting holes remain present. It should also be noted that the outside windshield wiper arm & blade are now absent. An electric wiper motor remains present inside the cabin. More recently, we opted to replace the fuel shut-off valve under the dash, and continue to find this Ford is very easy to start, it runs very well, and drives out wonderfully. The body and overall foundation are remarkable solid and free of rust. A testament to dry, indoor storage over these past decades. The doors open and close like a vault! We will add a video in the tab above for interested buyers to hear for themselves. Please take a look at the 1930 Nash 480 Sedan from the same collection on our website as well. We would welcome any questions and personal inspections. Priced to sell and reasonable offers welcome. Please call anytime to discuss either possibility further. Thanks for looking!
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