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394-POWERED 1931 FORD MODEL A COUPE

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$20,556

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394-POWERED 1931 FORD MODEL A COUPE

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394-POWERED 1931 FORD MODEL A COUPE

High Bidder:  supercruiser

Highest Bid: $20,556 (USD)

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Location:

Merritt, British Columbia V1K 1N7

Seller:

Private Party

Engine:

394

Transmission:

Automatic

Odometer:

7,963 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

A3741965

Carfax:

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Highest Bid: $20,556 (USD)

High Bidder:  supercruiser

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Location:

Merritt, British Columbia V1K 1N7

Seller:

Private Party

Engine:

394

Transmission:

Odometer:

7,963 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

A3741965

Carfax:

Lot Number:

50429197

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Vehicle Story

OVERVIEW

This 1931 Ford Model A Coupe is powered by an Oldsmobile 394cid V8 equipped with a J2 intake manifold and triple carburetors and backed by a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission. Features include a 1932 Ford radiator shell, a chopped roof, a channeled body, a tilt steering column, heated bucket seats, a Pontiac gauge pod, a dropped and drilled front axle, and Buick polished aluminum front brake drums. Finished in burgundy metallic and cream over a burgundy and off white Italian leather interior, this Model A comes with Canadian registration in the seller's name.

EXTERIOR – FEATURES

During the build completed in 2016, the reportedly rust-free and channeled body was finished in burgundy metallic over cream. Features include a 1932 Ford radiator shell and insert, chrome headlight buckets, a windshield visor, a chopped roof, a tilt-out windshield frame, a driver-side rearview mirror, a black vinyl roof insert, accent pinstriping, and custom taillights with blue-dot lenses. 

EXTERIOR - WHEELS AND TIRES

A set of maroon metallic 15-inch wheels is wrapped in BFGoodrich Silvertown front and Firestone 8.20-15 whitewall bias-ply rear tires.

INTERIOR – FEATURES

The cabin is furnished with heated burgundy and off white Italian leather bucket seats surrounded by burgundy and off white door panels and trim. Features include manual windows and steering, a tilt steering column, a custom center console-mounted B&M automatic transmission shifter, a natural wood slat headliner, and a banjo steering wheel with an off white leather grip. 

INTERIOR – GAUGES

A 100-mph speedometer and gauges for the fuel level, oil pressure, water temperature, and battery are located in a Pontiac Silver Streak chrome gauge pod mounted ahead of the driver. With 1,600 miles added during the seller's nine-year ownership, the odometer reads 7,963 miles, but the true mileage on this vehicle is unknown.

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION

Power is provided by an Oldsmobile 394cid V8 equipped with a J2 intake manifold and three Rochester 2G carburetors and backed by a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with a non-lockup torque converter. The open engine bay features chrome valve covers, finned polished aluminum air cleaner housings, and a body-color firewall. A video of the engine running can be seen below. 

UNDERCARRIAGE

According to the seller, the original frame has been boxed and raised eight inches in the rear. It is equipped with a chrome dropped and drilled solid I-beam front axle and a solid rear drive axle. Braking is provided by manual Buick polished aluminum front drums and rear drums. The exhaust exits through polished pipes.

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Comments & Questions

March 05, 2024
08:42 PM

BID: $20,556

March 01, 2024
10:19 AM
Seller

There you go. I did the best I could without a lift. If you need anything else please let me know. As far as exhaust, it's what you see in the pictures. The pipes are custom built. I ran them with just the turnouts for about a month. Sounded fantastic but it was getting on my nerves, just too loud for daily driving. So I pulled out the turnouts, built a baffle. And then wrapped it in that same asbestos stuff they used for insulating kilns. It's been like that for 7 years plus. Sounds great. You can drive it on the highway for as long as you want and it won't get on your nerves. As it has a stock cam it's really not that loud. Unless you put your foot into it and open all 6 barrels and it makes itself heard.

March 01, 2024
10:06 AM

I'd like to see some chassis shots, suspension, Exhaust System etc.

February 28, 2024
06:28 AM

BID: $20,000

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