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1928 Ford Model A Sedan Restored

Make: Ford
Model: Model A
SubModel: Sedan
Type: Sedan
Year: 1928
Mileage: 999,999
VIN: 619796
Color: Green
Engine: 4 cylinder
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Oswego, Illinois, United States

1928 Ford Model A Additional Info:

For auction is a 1928 Model A Ford sedan in beautiful green/blue and black fenders. The car starts, runs and shifts without issues and purrs like a little Ford kitten. The car was handsomely restored and sports a superb paint job, new roof, working windshield wiper, complete new grey wool interior, 5 newer Firestone whitewall tires, all new bulbs & wiring, 6V alternator and much more. The motor has an explosion whistle and a wolf-call whistle for turning heads around town. The brakes stop the car well and the hand-brake holds when parked. All lights work and the new alternator charges the battery. The original horn doesn’t work but I just haven’t had a chance to check it yet.

Overall this a nice Model A Ford for driving, it has the normal expected dings, scuffs and wear from being used as a nice hobby driver. The paint is clean and no rust exists on the body anywhere. The frame and motor are a little dirty from driving and could stand a detailing, but that’s normal car maintenance. Has a clear & open title, with engine number matching the title, and I would ask for a $1K deposit and balance due before car is moved, I prefer cash but will also take a check or bank wire, both with normal clearance times.

Please ask any questions ahead of time before bidding and please look over all the pics and my two (2) videos on Youtube: https://youtu.be/xJE8HJco1sk and the motor at https://youtu.be/XjVo7_Af_QU. The video was made in 15 degree cold weather and the car still ran great! Sold to US bidders only, just to annoying to work with outside buyers, unless you have an agent here. Thanks for looking!

On Jan-14-18 at 16:37:54 PST, seller added the following information:

I just remembered that there are two small holes from a little passenger,in the back seat,that is now gone- in the spirit of full disclosure- I wanted to mention it. One hole is on the very bottom of the back cushion and the other is by the lower corner where the back seat meets the side panel.