The Ford Model A was in production from 1927 to 1931, following in the footsteps of the legendary Model T, which changed the automotive industry forever. The new and improved Model A was powered by a water-cooled 201ci (3.3L) L-Head 4-Cylinder engine mated to a 3-speed manual gearbox. It was available in over 30 different body styles but only four standard colors. This 1931 example was the final year of production and is a 2-Door Tudor Sedan, finished in Black.
The car was just tuned-up from a local classic mechanic, Verburg's Automotive of Cascade, Michigan. It starts easily, shifts smooth, and offers a unique yet simple driving experience. The car has always been stored in an indoor garage and obviously has been preserved with care over the years. Some noteworthy features include the pristine white-wall tires, the front fender-mounted spare, rear-mounted luggage rack with box, clean interior, beautiful radiator cap, and more (see photos).
This is awesome pre-war example and definitely the easiest driving car of this ear we've had the privilege to sell. The car is priced to move and will provide many future miles of enjoyment for its next owner. Call or e-mail if interested, or to make a reasonable offer. Thank you for looking.