Fully Restored 1931 Ford Model A Has A Rumble Seat – Shane McGlaun @FordAuthority

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We always thought one of the coolest features of early Ford cars was the rumble seat. That feature allowed a two-seat car to seat more people in a pinch, but it appears to have done away with the trunk space. This completely restored 1931 Ford Model A is for sale and features a very cool rumble seat out back.


The seller is asking $34,900 for the 1931 Ford Model A and it only recently completed its frame-off restoration. The car is painted Washington Blue and has Saddle Brown interior with cream-colored wire wheels. The odometer of the car reads 37,817 miles and unlike many cars of the era, this one hasn’t been turned into a hot rod.


The engine under the hood is a water-cooled 201 cubic-inch L-head inline-four-cylinder that was rated for a mere 40 horsepower. The transmission used is a conventional unsynchronized three-speed sliding gear manual. The Model A had a top speed of 65 mph in its day and had four-wheel mechanical drum brakes.

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