This 1931 Ford Model A has a terrific street machine attitude from the high-gloss finish to the powerful stroker V8 under the hood. And we know you just love the stance on this one that gives it the ideal mix of sleek, vintage, and intimidating.
From the first moment you lay eyes on this one, you know they got the look just right. It starts with an ideal shade of metallic red that loves attention. So the sunshine loves to both radiate off the body and draw added attention to those classic Ford curves on this well-done body. This Ford keeps the correct amount of original Model A appearance, including the classic dual bumpers, vinyl roof, windshield visor, and step plates on the running boards. You even have a classic luggage rack. But those American Racing Torq Thrust wheels instantly tell everyone this is far more than something vintage. After all, the forward-leaning stance is downright intimidating.
The custom work inside is both about performance and comfort. The tan leather bucket seats look terrific with a tuck-and-roll style pattern. They match this package with the rear seats and custom side panels. Even the headliner and even the carpet are part of this full tasteful tan package. And the addition of the woodgrain to the dash makes this feel like a true luxury car. In fact, you even have great features, like an AM/FM/CD stereo, power windows, and provision for air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) But more than just comfy, this was built with the driving in mind. That's why you have a Lokar shifter for the three-speed automatic, a grippy sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and a dash dominated by Classic Instruments gauges.
The engine bay is car show ready with a ton of polished components, including the alternator, compressor, pulleys, and Ford Racing valve covers. But it's not the style that you'll really love; it's the substance within it. This is a 347 cubic-inch stroker V8. More than just a nice displacement, it has been further upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake manifold. The total package has a nice throaty rhythm out of the H-pipe dual exhaust. But don't just listen to the pipes; look at their full journey in the undercarriage shots. There you'll see evidence of how nicely this one was built with the painted chassis and undercarriage. Plus, with a full updated suspension, including an adjustable A-arm independent front end, four-link coilover rear, Ford 9-inch rear, and four-wheel power disc brakes, this knows how to handle its big power out on the streets.
Everyone can't help but respect a low-mileage and detailed street machine build like this, and if you're quick enough, the admiration can all be yours. Call now!