This 1930 Ford Model A Rumble Seat Coupe was made for true classic car motoring. After all, you don't just have the iconic rumble seat, but this is a restored example that offers a comfy interior and plenty of recent investments to keep it running strong.
The Model A coupe is one of those icons of the dawn of American motoring. Its predecessor, the Model T, put us on wheels, but the Model A represents added style and features that come to symbolize what we love about cars. It starts with the two-tone presentation. The Kewanee Green paint has a proper 1930s look, and glossy black on the bottom highlights those curvy fenders. It has a very vintage style to give the impression that could make some people think you may just have a cool barn find or heirloom. A vinyl roof, running boards, pop-out vented windshield, and a rear-mounted spare are all part of the detailed style. But there are also the right investments that make sure that a stock style remains impressive and useful. For example, this was given new wire wheels and whitewall tires within the last year. And a well-integrated upgraded headlight/signal light package makes for a better cruiser in modern times.
The sea of green continues inside. This interior provides the right vintage atmosphere with the button-top velour seat and coordinating material on the side panels. You get the classic gauge package, long shifter, and big/grippy four-spoke steering wheel. The full style is unique and comfy without looking out of place in a true vintage coupe. And of course, we can't forget about the rumble seat. The fold-up rear seat is covered in durable vinyl for proper outdoor use. It makes for a cool sight no matter if you're showing it off at a car show or using it in a parade route.
Part of the recent solid investment in this coupe centers around the motor. Ford's 201 cubic-inch powerhouse looks clean and complete. And as you look closer, you'll also spot the powder-coated thermostat housing, new water pump, new carburetor, and cleaned/resealed fuel tank. Plus, this has been upgraded to a 12-volt system and an alternator. So since we talk about how this one is for drivers, it should be no surprise that the motor feels as hardy as Henry Ford wanted it to be. The three-speed manual transmission has confident shifts, and it feels poised on the road.
The sale comes complete with component receipts, an extra can of green paint, and even the original owner's California registration. This is the iconic rumble seat coupe that wants to go for every Sunday drive. Don't miss this vintage Ford, call today!