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1929 Ford Tudor Sedan AV8 Flathead Hot Rod Rat Rod Custom Chopped Channeled

Make: Ford
Model: Model A
SubModel: Hot Rod
Type: Sedan
Trim: Tudor Sedan
Year: 1929
Mileage: 00001
VIN: A123075
Color: Texas A&M Crimson in Satin
Engine: Flathead V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety: Hang on and put your hands up
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Clinton, Tennessee, United States
Armstrong Steering
Sunroof, Marine-grade vinyl seats, Battery Charge Ports, Deep Cycle AGM Battery, Stereo Sounds by Ford Flattie

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Private seller

Description of 1929 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

· Original Henry Steel-Texas Body/Doors from Oklahoma

· 1950 Ford Flathead-Built by H&H Flatheads-7k miles since built

· 1950 3-Speed Trans from same truck-Rebuilt

· '47 Ford rear 3.78 gears

· 3-(repro) Ford 94's w/Progressive Linkage

· Edelbrock Intake

· Offenhauser heads

· Mallory Duolite Distributor

· Aluminum Radiator w/Electric Fan

· Stewart-Warner Gauges (each head has a temp gauge)

· 1934 Ford Commercial grille (cut down)

· 1934 Ford Commercial headlights (NOS)

· Headlights/brake lights/running lights/turn signals

· Recovered boat seats (Black Marine-Grade Naugahyde, not the silver in the pics)

· Speedway 11gal spun aluminum fuel tank

· Holley electric fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator/Fuel Pressure Gauge on Regulator

· Rotella 15W-40 "diesel" oil (every 6 tanks of fuel)+ Marvel Mystery Oil+ ZDDP

· 1940 Ford "Lockheed" juice brakes

· 1940 Ford Steelies w/(Coker) Firestone WWW's

· Split wishbones

· Speedway water pumps

· All new wheel bearings

· Drop axle (Superbell)/transverse Superbell springs/Pete N Jakes shocks

· Pete N Jakes 4 link with coil overs in rear

· Pinched and boxed frame/2x4 square tube from cowl back

· Chopped 6”/Channeled 4”/13" kickup in rear/bear claw latches

· '59 Caddy taillights/LED third combo light

· Custom aluminum windshield frame with glass window in front and rear

· No side glass/Wood roof insert bows (all new) with stain and water treatment

· Custom wood insert panels with Minion mural (easily removable)

I have driven this car on numerous trips over 200 miles one-way. It is completely reliable. As long as you can stand the bumps...go as far as you want. It gets roughly 15-17mpg. This car will come with another complete frame and running gear (another 1950 Ford F1). Flathead, three-speed (top shifting), front and rear axles, roller wheels, steering column, etc. I had planned to build another and build a SCOT blown flathead for it. (BTW: The price is the same whether you want the other frame and gear or not. You can take the other, or leave it if you don't need it. But, no discount.) I can deliver for an extra charge, within 400 miles of zip code 37716. This car was 30 years in the "wanting" and 6 years in the building. I am only selling it because I was involved in a motorcycle accident and severely injured. I can no longer drive "Maggie Rose" because of the seating position and difficulty in getting in and out of her.