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1930 FORD 2 DOOR SEDAN

Discussion in 'Cars For Sale' started by baker53, Feb 2, 2015.

  1. baker53
    Joined: Jan 17, 2003
    Posts: 340

    baker53
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    City: Klein

    State: TEXAS!
    Price: $35,000
    Very well built, all steel, 1930 Ford 2 door sedan that has been chopped 4 inches, channeled over the frame 4 inches, and sectioned (shortened) by 10 inches. The area shortened was behind the “B” pillar. The roof has been filled and is covered with a period correct top. The interior is very well done and is fitted with bomber style seats and seat belts. The windshield folds out and the front side windows open. The rear side windows are fixed. The car has a Pioneer stereo system, battery cut-off switch, horn, headlights with integral turn signals, rear tail lights are '39 Chevy with turn signals, third brake light in rear window, neutral safety switch, gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, water temperature, voltage, speedometer, and tachometer which all work properly. The wiring harness is by EZ Wire. The car has less that 2000 miles on the drive-train which consists of a new 350 engine fitted with a Eagle forged crankshaft and a 280H-10 cam by Comp Cams and a hi-torque starter. The induction system is a Weiand 6-71 blower fitted with two 500 CFM Edelbrock carburetors. All of the linkages and cables are first class. The tilt steering column is made by IDIDIT. The radiator is by Walker with an integral transmission cooler and fitted with a temperature controlled electric fan and shroud assembly. The car runs very cool. The alternator is a 105 amp Power-Master unit. The distributor is a Mallory breaker-less electronic with both centrifugal and mechanical advance fitted with Taylor wires. The lake style exhaust headers are fitted with Car Chemistry three stage baffles. The transmission is a TH350 fitted with a Gennie floor shifter. The third member is a non-posi Ford 9 inch with 3.50:1 gears. The brakes are Wilwood disc in the front and Ford drum in the rear. As can be seen in the pictures, the under carriage is all done in a first class manner and is painted silver. The frame is aftermarket, the front end is a dropped tubular axle fitted with Vega steering and all chromed rods and linkages. The rear suspension is fitted with ladder bars as well as coil overs and a panhard bar. The front moon style gas tank is plumbed to a three way valve so that it can be used for fuel if desired. The paint is a satin finish silver with pin-striping. The car runs, handles, drives and stops great and will really put you back in the seat when you hit the gas.

    The price is $35K which is well below the cost to build. I am open to interesting trades. Thanks for checking out the car. Bill, w5sg.bill@gmail.com or 713 898-6928


    A video on the car is available at


    Pictures are available at: http://s802.photobucket.com/user/w5sg/library/1930 Ford
     

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