This 1929 Ford Model A was modified with speedster-style bodywork under previous ownership before being acquired by the seller in 2016. The car is finished in tan with matching upholstery, and power comes from a 201ci inline-four mated with a four-speed manual transmission sourced from a seventh-generation F-Series pickup. Additional modifications include a shortened driveshaft, a Weber 32/36 carburetor and intake manifold, a wood dash and windshield frame, bucket seats, a custom fuel tank, a wood trunk, and more. An oil change was performed in June 2020. This Model A speedster is offered with service records from 1998 to present, a cockpit cover, and a clean Oregon title in the seller’s name.
The speedster-style bodywork was added under previous ownership and is finished in tan with black fenders. Accessories include a mesh grille cover, a custom wood windshield cowl, side lamps, an exposed fuel tank, a wood trunk, and dual brake lights.
The 21″ wire wheels are finished in yellow and mounted with Firestone bias-ply tires. The front tires were reportedly fitted in 2018, and a matching spare is mounted out back under a Ford-branded cover. New brake drums and wheel bearings were installed under the seller’s ownership.
The body-colored bucket seats feature black and yellow pinstriping and are trimmed in tan upholstery. The car is fitted with a rubber floor mat and lap belts.
A four-spoke steering wheel with an aftermarket vinyl wrap sits ahead of an aftermarket turn signal switch and a custom wood dash panel. The factory-style instrument cluster features a barrel-type speedometer, an ammeter, and a Stewart Warner coolant temperature gauge. Just over 1,300 miles are shown on the five-digit odometer, all of which have been added under current ownership. Total mileage is unknown.
The 201ci inline-four is fitted with a Weber 32/36 downdraft carburetor on an aftermarket intake manifold, custom split exhaust headers, and an alternator feeding a six-volt positive-ground electrical system. An oil change was performed in June 2020. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission sourced from a seventh-generation Ford F-series pickup and a torque tube that has been shortened by four inches.
Build photos and service records are included in the sale.