1928 Ford 2-Door Sedan
Model As are the epitome of cool and this one is no exception to that rule. This Ford is tastefully customized with a nod to hot rodding days gone by.
Why This Car Is Special
It is a real deal all steel Ford. It is built for cruising with comfort in mind and is ready to take you to car shows, cruises or just out for ice cream with your significant other.
A crate 350 CID V8 is built with an Edelbrock intake, Edelbrock 650 CFM 4-barrel carburetor, Mallory distributor, shorty headers and just enough chrome. Chrome accents include: fuel pump, valve covers and alternator. The transmission is a Turbo 350 automatic and the legendary Ford 9” rear end handles putting that Chevy power to the ground. A Mustang II front end with power rack and pinion steering and disc brakes make for an enjoyable ride up front. That comfort and performance is matched with coil over shocks and traction bars in the rear. An MSD DynaForce starter has been installed for sure starts every time.
Bucket seats wrapped in charcoal cloth bring a modern touch and comfort to the interior. An Overhead console holds the Pioneer AM/FM/CD player and Auto Meter gauges let you keep an eye on the engine. A tilt steering column makes getting in and out much easier and seat belts have been added for your safety. Cold blowing A/C keeps you cool on those summer cruise nights.
The steel body is painted a high gloss black that shines like new. Red pinstriping breaks it up nicely and brings out the red Artillery wheels, provided by Wheel Smith. The headlight housings are gloss black and look great with the black grill cover. To keep the exterior looking this good for years to come, the car comes with a custom car cover made by Auto Chic.
This is a solid and very nicely restored Model A that needs only a new home. With comfort and style to spare, this old Ford is going to make its new owner very happy and popular at car shows.
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