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NO RESERVE - 1931 Ford Model A DeLuxe Phaeton

Winning Bid:
$34,500

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NO RESERVE - 1931 Ford Model A DeLuxe Phaeton

High Bidder:  1947PA

Auction Type:  No Reserve

Winning Bid: $34,500 (USD)

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Location:

Sacramento, California 95818

Seller:

Engine:

201

Transmission:

Manual

Odometer:

9,999 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

A4289299

Carfax:

Lot Number:

Winning Bid: $34,500 (USD)

High Bidder:  1947PA

Auction Type:  No Reserve

Ends In:

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Location:

Sacramento, California 95818

Seller:

Engine:

201

Transmission:

Odometer:

9,999 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

A4289299

Carfax:

Lot Number:

49754025

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Vehicle Story

OVERVIEW

This 1931 Ford Model A DeLuxe Phaeton was restored 15 years ago and is powered by a 201cid I4 backed by a three-speed manual transmission. According the Model A Ford Club of America, Phaetons were made in 1930 and 1931 with this model being 1 of 2,229 made for 1931. Features include a radiator shell stone guard, dual spare tires, a rear trunk, LED taillights, and a newer radiator. Finished in Stone Brown and Stone Deep Gray and equipped with a tan convertible top over a saddle brown vinyl interior, this Model A comes from the selling dealer with a clear title.

EXTERIOR – FEATURES

During the restoration, the reportedly rust-free exterior was finished in Stone Brown and Stone Deep Gray. Features include chrome bumpers, chrome headlight buckets, a radiator stone guard, a chrome radiator shell, dual side-mounted spare tires, a tilting windshield, cowl lamps, a tan manual convertible top, a driver-side rearview mirror, a tan convertible top boot, a rear trunk, and LED taillights. The selling dealer states that a small spot of paint is peeling on the driver’s door.

EXTERIOR - WHEELS AND TIRES

A set of 19-inch yellow wire wheels is wrapped in 4.75/5.00-19 Firestone whitewall bias-ply tires.

INTERIOR – FEATURES

The cabin is furnished with saddle brown vinyl front bucket seats and a matching rear seat surrounded by brown vinyl door panels and trim. Features include manual steering, manual steering, and a floor-mounted manual transmission shifter. The selling dealer states that minimal wear is present on the seats.

INTERIOR – GAUGES

An 85-mph speedometer and gauges for the fuel level, amps, coolant temperature, and oil pressure are located ahead of the driver. The selling dealer states that the fuel gauge and odometer are not working. The true mileage on this vehicle is unknown.

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION

Power is provided by a 201cid L-head I4 and backed by a three-speed manual transmission. The selling dealer states that the radiator was replaced within the last six months.

UNDERCARRIAGE

This Model A was factory-equipped with solid front and rear axles. Braking is provided by mechanical drums.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

The selling dealer charges a $65 documentation fee as part of the sale. This vehicle also comes with a clean California title. 

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Comments & Questions

February 15, 2024
10:20 AM

@CAA1955 – Is this the same car that is listed in the Glendale, CA Mecum Auction in early March? Is it currently located in Sacramento or is it in the Southern California area? ...

This was not at the Mecum and it is located in Sacramento.

February 15, 2024
09:15 AM

Is this the same car that is listed in the Glendale, CA Mecum Auction in early March? Is it currently located in Sacramento or is it in the Southern California area?

February 14, 2024
03:03 PM

BID: $34,500

February 14, 2024
12:33 PM

BID: $33,500

February 14, 2024
12:04 PM

BID: $32,500

February 14, 2024
11:42 AM

BID: $29,000

February 14, 2024
11:33 AM

BID: $28,500

February 14, 2024
11:33 AM

BID: $27,000

February 14, 2024
11:31 AM

BID: $26,500

February 14, 2024
11:31 AM

BID: $26,000

February 14, 2024
11:30 AM

BID: $25,500

February 14, 2024
11:28 AM

BID: $25,000

February 14, 2024
11:27 AM

BID: $24,000

February 14, 2024
11:22 AM

BID: $23,500

February 14, 2024
04:33 AM

BID: $23,000

February 14, 2024
03:18 AM

BID: $22,500

February 13, 2024
07:30 PM
Seller

The car was last driven 3 weeks ago by the owner. It is drivable.

February 13, 2024
04:53 PM
Bidder

When was the last time this car was driven? Is this car drivable?

February 12, 2024
09:31 PM
Seller

It will stretch, the top was down for a long time.

February 12, 2024
07:31 PM
Bidder

Curious to know why you don’t show a picture of the car with the top up and hooked to the windshield, is it that it won’t stretch all the way?

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