Model A

How Produce Got Delivered: 1930 Ford Model A Huckster

The business of delivering goods to the masses is ever-changing.  Today we are going through a radical transformation of that process, where items are ordered online and picked up in a parking lot or delivered to your home by… more»

Drivable Older Restoration: 1930 Ford Model A Tudor

Believe it or not, probably the three most popular types of vehicles people purchase to start in our hobby are Fords.  A Model T, a Model A, or a first-generation Mustang is often the initial vehicle project that a… more»

Build a Traditional Hot Rod: 1929 Ford Model A Roadster

While it is easy to be overwhelmed with trends in hot rod history, many have decided to return to the purity of the West Coast hot rods of the immediate prewar and postwar eras.  Cars back then were built… more»

Restored 5-Window Coupe: 1931 Ford Model A

The Ford Model A was a much-improved product over the popular Model T. But it had the misfortune of being introduced just before the Great Depression, so sales never got nearly as close (5M cars vs. 14M). This example… more»

Estate Sale 1930 Ford Model A Coupe

With the new year looming, many of us are formulating our resolutions for the coming year.  With all of the insanity surrounding us, perhaps an additional emphasis on hobbies is needed to help mitigate the madness and help us… more»

Unfinished Driver Project: 1930 Ford Model A Roadster

Some cars simply can’t help but be cool. They might not instantly spring to mind on anyone’s “Top 10” list, but they possess an indefinable aura that guarantees they will attract attention. Such is the case with this 1930… more»

BF Auction: 1930 Ford Model A Pickup

Finding the full history of even just a 10-year-old car isn’t always possible, so having the detailed history of a 93-year-old vehicle is downright astonishing. This 1930 Ford Model A Pickup comes with its history written out all the… more»

Mail Call! 1931 Ford Model A Letter Carrier

The Model A was the successor to Ford’s highly popular (and affordable) Model T of the early 20th Century. Thanks in part to growing competition and the Great Depression, it didn’t enjoy the same level of sales success. Just… more»

Seems Complete: 1928 Ford Model A

Ford always knew that its Model T would be a tough act to follow because it was one of those rare examples of a car that had developed legendary status while still in production. Such was its success that,… more»

Cali Valley Find: 1930 Ford Model A Coupe

Here’s a car that’s older than most of us and looking for its next career: a 1930 Ford Model A rumble-seat coupe, listed on eBay, bid to $11,100, no reserve. The seller is Dean’s Hot Rods with 100% positive… more»

Grandpa’s 1929 Model A Ford Phaeton

Letting go of a long-held auto – particularly one of character – can be a melancholy undertaking. This 1929 Ford Model A phaeton here on eBay was owned by the seller’s grandfather and apparently enjoyed by the whole family… more»

Flashy Restomod: 1930 Ford Model A

The Ford Model A was the successor to the Model T and had the bad fortune of being introduced just before the start of The Great Depression. So only five million copies were built across four years vs. 15… more»

California Survivor! 1928 Ford Model A Sport Coupe

In automotive history, early Fords have long been a fixture, especially for the early customizers. This 1928 Ford Model A Sport Coupe looks as though it is a true survivor and, at 95 years young, is up for sale… more»

A Worthy Project: 1931 Ford Model A Pickup

In one of the mysteries of life, Model A Ford prices are on the rise.  This is in almost direct contrast to the rest of the prewar herd.  Why is that?  Perhaps the simple, elegant simplicity that made the… more»

No Reserve: 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

Ford’s Model A is part of the foundation of America’s automobile ecosystem. Sure, it wasn’t the first car ever made, and the Model T sold three times as many copies, and Henry Ford wasn’t so much an inventor as… more»

Traditional Build: 1928 Ford Model A Roadster

A funny thing happened to hot rods in the past decade or so.  Somehow, the trends slid away from Chip Foose and Boyd Coddington “billet” builds and returned to the traditional hot rod template that emerged before and after… more»