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1930 Ford Model A hardtop, hot rod, rat rod, custom rod, custom car, street rod.

1930 Ford Model A Hard Top coupe

Make: Ford
Model: Model A
SubModel: Hard Top coupe
Type: Hard Top coupe
Trim: none
Year: 1930
VIN: A3384281
Color: gray primer
Engine: 350 Chevy
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: GM 700R
Drive type: rear wheel
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Paradise, California, United States
Power Windows

Description for Ford Model A 1930

This is a 1930 Ford Model A hard top coupe. Drive train: Chevy 350 motor. 700R tranny. Lokar shifter. aluminum drive shaft. custom radiator and a Dana 60 differential. Engine modifications: hi lift cam. Pentronix ignition. tri-power with 3 Rochester two barrel carburetors. Moon cast aluminum skull air cleaners. aluminum valve covers. early angle plug cast iron racing heads and Sanderson Jester headers. Front suspension: 4 bar in front. 4" dropped axle. Unisteer steering box. Steerclear. Idit tilt column. LeCarra steering wheel (aluminum with leather) and power boost disc brakes. Rear suspension; adjustable coil overs. power boost disc brakes. 4 bar suspension with a panard bar. Body exterior: steel body in gray primer. aluminum firewall. body and frame stretched 5 1/2". B post removed and filled in. centerline wheels. chopped approx. 5" channeled over frame. custom built frame (yellow). dirt track tilt hood (fiberglass). custom made skull grill (installed but not in photos). headlights are full cast aluminum skulls. rear fenders (fiberglass. not installed). skull side mirrors. skull 3rd brake light. front signals are skulls. suicide doors (electric) and steel top filled. Interior: Corvette seats. electric remote bear claw latches. custom wiring with full color custom schematics. custom wood instrument panel (skull). HX Dakota Digital instruments (red. beautiful at night). lectric windows(operating but unfinished). 20 + gallon aluminum gas tank and a full steel roll cage. This car is a trophy winner. It is presently running on the middle carburetor. The progressive linkage is in place but not connected. I cut the car in half and stretched it 5 1/2' because I didn't fit in the car comfortably. I the removed the B post and turned it into a Hard Top Coupe.