The true key to happy classic car ownership is finding the right vehicle that gives you the confidence to take it out whenever and wherever you want. That's what makes this 1931 Ford Model A replica so appealing. It might look like a classic hot rod, but beneath the vintage appearance is a more modern drivetrain and desirable features.
A bold red rumble seat roadster with some custom flair is always going to have plenty of appeal. But those who start their build with Henry Ford steel often get nervous about enjoying the final product. However, the durable fiberglass body of this one means it still looks good after years of Saturday parades and Sunday drives. And that's the key to the overall appeal here. It has a driver-quality style and that means it's always a driver-ready custom. After all, when you have a classic rumble seat, there's always going to be someone who wants to go for a ride. Plus, this one has even more great elements you love in a classic Model A, like the upright grille, running boards, and a space for a spare tire in the fenders. And speaking of those fenders, they have the flowing style that looks great on a vehicle that has the right look of custom street machine style. And those modern REV 17-alloys have a terrific hot rod look - especially the stance from the larger rear set.
When you first glance at the interior, you may not immediately notice this is a replica. The black seats and matching door trim are very well presented. And this one also gets the details right from the wind wings on the side of the windshield to the fantastic rumble seat. But then you slip into the driver's seat and find a more comfortable wheel than an original Model A. There's a full gauge package in place, which is always a welcomed sight. And the full folding top will keep the sunshine off your shoulders whenever you want.
This is built to be a classic-style Ford, so it's great to have a proper Ford heart... And we especially love that they have utilized an updated and more powerful Ford legend. The 289 cubic-inch V8 looks good under the classic hood with nice details like the bright air grabber and finned valve covers. You'll even see good supporting components, like a newer distributor, wires, and brake booster. It's not just the engine that's upgraded. The entire underpinnings are a hardy chassis and suspension that's beefier than a Model A. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and modern tires make for an appealing true cruiser.
We like what this roadster represents. It has a fine V8 cruiser style right now. And the solid axles and hardy V8 mean you can unleash a lot of extra power without getting too worried about the components that are already in place. It delivers an enjoyable driver for today, and there is a ton of added fun we bet you'll be planning on for the future. So if you want to drive something distinctive and have the potential for something even more personal, you know this rumble seat roadster is ideal. Call today!!!