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1930 Ford Model A "Woody Wagon". Real barn find. Very nice unrestored car.

1930 Ford Model A Woody Wagon

Make: Ford
Model: Model A
Trim: Woody Wagon
Year: 1930
Mileage: 88,242
VIN: 1234567
Color: Black
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Gold Beach, Oregon, United States
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Description for Ford Model A 1930

I had just gotten a new trailer so all excited I jumped online and found something cool to go buy. My friend and I drove over the Cascade mountain range, through some amazing scenery and there we were. Heaven. Oregon does that. Right before the end of summer it gets SUPER nice just to make you stay and then it kicks your ass for 6 months.
Well, I looked at the car I wanted for 2 seconds and realized it had no wheels. It was beautiful and everything it was supposed to be plus...Whoops...I have a little crappy winch. Big giant 4dr sedan with no wheels isn't going on my trailer.

I walked around, took a billion pictures of everything I could think of. Did the dance. Didn't have to ask any questions because it was obviously all there. Thought of different ways I could meditate to pick it up. Then...

Grandson: We've also got a model T for sale.Me: No way, Can I check it out?Grandson: Yeah over thereMe: Can I look insideGrandson: blah blah blah blah (I didn't hear anything else).

I looked inside and realized he had something pretty damn cool just sitting there in that trailer. Then I saw the wood!!!!
The wood is amazing. The doors are amazing, feel great opening and closing. The roof interior is beautiful. Dash and instrument panel is beautiful. I like the word beautiful.

It was fired up around 2000. You can tell by the plugs I guesstimate. Other than that it was hanging out in the back storage of a nice older couples house for many years. The plates are from New Jersey 1951,. There is a NJ Registration sticker on the window from 1955. There is also a Monmouth, NJ Model A club tire cover. When the owner passed a couple years ago his widow and grandson decided to offer them for sale. The Model A rolled into the trailer it's in now. Nancy - whom is very, very nice - told me some stories about parades she used to go on in Jersey with the car and there are supposedly some photos which would be amazing!

There is also an extra engine that comes with the car. I THINK its the original but can't confirm. The wheels are said to be from a later 30's model but again I could be wrong. That was just info from a friend.
It's a very cool automobile that deserves to see the light of day.
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