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1929 Ford Model A RPU

Discussion in 'Cars For Sale' started by dmac620, Jun 2, 2016.

  1. dmac620
    Joined: Sep 16, 2007
    Posts: 357

    dmac620
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    City: Jackson

    State: New Jersey
    Price: $14,500
    image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg 1929 Ford Model A RPU.

    Recent build that was completed in 2014 and was featured on Hop Up Magazine's website.

    Genuine Henry Ford steel

    Stock frame and suspension with a few leaves removed to achieve the stance

    '46 Ford hydraulic brakes

    '50 Ford master cylinder

    Stock but freshened '31 Model AA engine

    New Snyder's 6:1 high compression head

    New F&S electronic ignition

    New Snyder's leak less

    Stock Model A 3 speed trans

    Aluminum Flathead V8 radiator with custom built hoses

    Stock '31 Banjo rear

    '40 Ford wheels with V8 caps and rings

    Custom hand-grooved 7.50x16" dirt track rear tires

    5.50x16" Excelsior front tires

    Converted to 12 volts

    Electric fuel pump

    BLC headlights mounted to '32 Ford stands

    All new black paint on chassis

    Body painted '46 Ford "Feather Grey"

    Hand painted lettering done by Kevin Gill

    7 gallon aluminum Moon gas tank mounted in the bed

    Vintage metal beer cooler battery box mounted in the bed

    New stained wood in the bed

    Custom made removable canvas top

    Overall, a great looking, running, driving, traditional 4 banger Hotrod.

    Here is the link to the Hop Up Magazine website's feature on the car:

    http://www.hopupmagazine.com/kevin-gills-roadster-pickup/

    Since the article appeared online I have painted the engine, put the new head and water pump on, and had the canvas top installed. The beach pictures were taken by Tim Sutton at the 2014 Race of Gentlemen

    My growing family is forcing me to move on to something that will allow me to fit the whole family in. I would prefer to sell outright but would consider a trade for the right 49-54 Chevy or Ford Shoebox mild custom.

    Thanks for looking.
     
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