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1929 Model A, Hot Rod Rat Rod, Blown BBC, Over the top build, full roll cage

1929 Ford Model A

Make: Ford
Model: Model A
Trim: Tudor
Year: 1929
Mileage: 1,500
Engine: Blown Big Block Chevy
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Elmore, Ohio, United States

Description for Ford Model A 1929

1929 Model A Rat Rod/Hot Rod
The pictures should say it all.
The response most people give is that it is "Bad Ass" and they are right, it is one "Bad Ass" machine.
First off for thecriticalthe body is actually a 1931, but I had a title for a 1929 so there you are its a 1929.
The Model A has had some changes, it has been chopped, channeled, and now sits on a Zrectangularframe. The front end is old Ford mono leaf, and rear is adjustable 4 link coil over, has mid 70's chevy truck rear end with 3.73 gearing.
Brakes are disc all all 4 corners, tires are Firestone 6.4x15 front and 10.0x15 cheater slicks in rear all with true wide white walls.
Engine is a Big Block Chevy 454 with a 871 Weiand Blower, old 2 1/4 inch funny car zoomies, Hunt magneto, huge aluminum radiator, etc.
Transmission is a Turbo 400 fully rebuilt to handle the blower and TCI reverse manual valvebody, external cooler and Lokar shifter.
Interior is allbusinesswith full twin funny car cages, custom metal seats with custom leather inserts, full gauge set up, less speedo, all fitted into a modified 1959 chevy dash, that still has the glove box.
Exterior is very nice with a custom 1957 hood turned around as part of the roof and is housed with 1959 Caddy lamps with blue dots, the hood opens to gain access to the 10 gallonaluminumfuel tank.
It has working headlamps,tail lamps, brake lamps,dash lamps, but does not have signals.
This is not a daily driver, it could be if you would addbafflesto the exhaust, but I must say when in the drivers seat you do have a largeobstacleto look over when looking right, that is the engine.
Please email or call for more information. Shipping will be the buyers fullresponsibility. A $1,000 dollar deposit is due with in 24 hours, and Cash for the rest of payment at time of purchase which must be concluded with in 10 days of deposit.
Please no tire kickers, this is a very serious car and no test drives without me being the driver.
Thank You, John