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1929 Ford Model A Roadster 

There's a future in the past with.. Classical Gas!

USD 29,500
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United States Texas Arlington 76017

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Overview
Color Exterior: Purple with TruFlames 
Color Interior:
Odometer: 311.00 Miles
LHD/RHD N/A
Transmission: N/A
Convertible: N/A
Advert No: 134041



Description:

There are a lot of similarities between 20''s and 30''s bodystyles but the T Buckets definitely fill up their own niche. This classic little 29 Roadster helps to bridge the gap between T Bucket and Hiboys a little by combining a lesser common body style with the equally uncommon top. The 29 Ford Model A Roadster body sits on a boxed frame and is coated in Purple with tru flames that were laid out very well. If you have not seen this style of flames in person they look so real that at the right angle you will have people alarmed that the engine has caught fire driving down the road. The tan top looks great on the car and was entirely custom made. You don''t see alot of Buckets with a top so this is an awesome feature that will surely save you if caught out in the rain. The headlights are off a 31 Ford and are all polished out to shine like new. There is nothing cooler than vintage hood ornaments and this car has one of its very own with the added winged radiator cap. The car rides on a set of chrome reverse wheels with baby moons that match the car perfectly. It wouldn''t look right without a thicker tire in back so that''s what it has providing a very nice rake.On cars like these having just a run of the mill motor doesn''t cut it. If you could hide it sure, but on these cars the engine is a main focal point and is always out for the world to see. That''s why powering up this custom is a 327 V8 from 1967. This high performance motor gives the car plenty of power. Giving it a bit of old school style is the 3 deuce set up that looks just as awesome as it works. The three chrome air cleaners look great along with the chromevalve covers and cool flex hoses. The side pipes are another main feature on a car like this where purposely routed to be seen (and heard of coarse). Instead of just coating them black these have been entirely ceramic coated for a great appearance that is easy to maintain. Don''t worry about chipping them with your keys because this coating is extremely strong and will be around for many many years to come. Behind that chrome grill shell is the radiator and custom shrouded electric fan that have no problem keeping this car cool. The car shifts with no problem using the Turbo 350 automatic transmission with 3,000 stall. The car has an old school style straight axle in front and utilizes various polished parts. There is nothing old school about the rest with coil overs added in back and disc brakes added up front.The interior on this car is very nicely done and complete in Beige leather. The dash is one of the nicest out there especially compared to most other T Buckets you will find. It is entirely wood grain with tru fire in the upper metal section. The white faced gauges are in place and framed in a darker wood grain section that looks awesome. The knobs and controls are also mounted in a matching darker wood section to the left side of the steering wheel. Excluding the bottom leather wrap the entire steering system is virtually polished as it enters the interior. The Ididit polished tilt column utilizes all polished levers and is topped with a polished flame LeCarra wheel with polished flame horn button. The electrical is backed by an entirely new wiring harness so have no fear about that system failing anytime soon. In the center of the floorboard you will find the emergency brake lever cleanly mounted next to the Lokar shifter.If your looking for a Street Rod that''s just a bit different this is the car for you! Forget that 32 Ford and 23 T-Bucket because this one will have all those guys jealous.With over 42K (documented) invested this car is worthevery bit of $39,750.00 $34,950.00 $29,500.00!An online video is available!This is one unique custom that is sure to draw a crowd! If the paint doesn''t work the side pipes will!Year 1929Make FordModel Model A RoadsterVIN# A274163Color Purple with TruFlamesInterior Beige LeatherEngine 327 V8Transmission Turbo 350Mileage 311Other Custom Woodgrain DashPrice Reduced Price $29,500.00Stock No. #1108An online video is available!


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