355 CID V8 4-Speed Manual
$40,995 ~ Stock #707-NSH
Year Make Model: 1930 Ford Model A
Engine: 355 CID V8
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Mileage: 3378 ( since rebuilt )
Body Style: Convertible
Exterior Color: Black/Salmon
Interior Color: Black/Salmon
For sale in our Nashville Tennessee showroom is an all steel bodied 1930 Ford Model A hot rod with a custom tube frame by T.C.I. and coil over shocks at all four corners. This 1930 Ford Model A for sale sports a 1932 stainless steel grill and grill shell as well. This unique Model A for sale is an interesting hot rod, it has custom pin striping and two-tone paint with 5 spoke American Racing polished aluminum wheels rolling on radial tires. The black and salmon PPG paint on this 1932 Ford for sale is a real head turner paired with leather interior to match and Rumble seat in the rear. Powering this hot rod for sale is the reliable GM 350CID V8 was punched out to a 355 cu.in. Backing this powerplant is a 4 speed Muncey manual transmission throwing all of this power to a Ford 9” rear end. Back that with 3:55 gears and 4 links on the axle, this will get this bad boy hot rod moving. It has a straight drop front axle with Vega steering and power brakes. This 1930 Ford Model A hot rod for sale also has the original 1930 Ford headlights and removable hood aprons. On the interior it has a 6-gauge VDO gauge cluster set in the center of the dash. Options on this 1930 Model A Ford hot rod for sale include: manual convertible top, AM/FM Radio with CD player, Power brakes, Radial tires wrapped around polished aluminum allow wheels, plush leather seating. If you’re looking for a unique, eye catching and surely fun to drive hot rod cruiser this machine is for you. For more information please call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or e-mail us at Nashville@GatewayClassicCars.com
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