This 1931 Ford Model A has a lot going for it. This is a rare slant windshield model, and there's a long list of solid investments to make sure this is kept a road-ready classic. So if you want the feeling of rolling nostalgia, you need to check out this sedan.
The slant windshield sedan is a 1931-only body style that can be easily identified by its namesake inclined front glass. That gets people thinking about a true classic. And if you like a real vintage machine, then this one has even more to offer. The Washington Blue with black fenders is a classic color theme with a glossy appearance. It was redone 30+ years ago so that casual observers may assume the matured style is just an exceptional survivor. There's a nice level of coordination with the black vinyl top going well with the black lower paint. And we especially like how the gray pinstripe matches the wire wheels. It's an impressive overall style, and that's because this comes from an enthusiast who really loves these slant windshield sedans. This was what he considered his backup/cruiser, and so you'll see the right driver-ready attitude throughout.
There's always something extra jaunty about the look of suicide doors on a sedan. They are a gateway to a spacious back seat, and so it feels like a car you can share with family and friends. And with the full cloth interior having a very vintage style - but a far fresher restored feel - there are plenty of people who will happily go for a ride. The classic four-spoke steering wheel and three-speed floor shifter will give you that vintage tingle every time you feel their grip, and the pop-out front windshield knows how to get the old-school breeze flowing. It's a fully authentic experience where the only addition you may notice is the water temperature gauge cleanly installed on the steering column. It's a true sign they want you to be able to enjoy the drive.
The engine bay is one of the most interesting you'll ever find for a Model A. There's a nice authentic style to the clean green block, plug leads, and the fuel shut-off valve that was exclusive to 1931. You'll even see a cool brass plaque identifying a rebuild in 1935. But this is a road-ready classic, and so there's a bit more going on here than the first impression. For example, the latest rebuild was really closer to about 1500 miles ago. It's said to include an oversize bore and new components like the pistons, rings, bearings, camshaft, timing gear, and valves. There's also a new radiator, distributor, pulley, fan, hoses, harness, and an upgrade to a 6-volt alternator. You can call for a full breakdown of the full investments, but the way this one runs strong really reaffirms the quality. And everything from a rebuilt transmission to new brake drums makes this a true vintage sedan that truly loves to cruise.
This is the rare and desirable slant windshield Town Sedan that was made to be shown off in more places. So if you want to drive a legend, call today!