An excellent article from Kurt Ernst at Hemmings
Up for auction is the mobile base of travelling marine supply salesman J.M. Keely.
The rig consists of a 1931 Ford Model A De Luxe Coupe and custom trailer
This is a fascinating glimpse into the past and the life of a travelling salesman, I’m assuming he wasn’t ever in a hurry? 🙂
J.M. Keely’s 1931 Ford Model A De Luxe Coupe and custom trailer
You can read the story
The auction listing is
Expected to raise between $100,000 – $150,000
Took the A along to the inaugural Wellington Country Park Farm Shop Car Rally.
For a new show the turn out was excellent, good American car turn out.
A number of A’s were present including one I hadn’t seen before and is amazingly local!
John Cochran’s truck was also present, after he and Meg had taken a long trip to the Goodwood Revival (110 miles :))
Love this years AMBR winner from Darryl Hollenbeck, how about the colour?
Congratulations to Darryl Hollenbeck and His ’32 Ford—The 2016 AMBR Winner
here from the Rodders Journal
Took a drive over to Hartley Wintney for the New Years Day meet at the Phoenix Inn, pretty well attended considering the weather wasn’t great. A good smattering of American cars, along with coffee and some decent grub was on offer!
Some nice vehicles included:
Hudson Super Six
Chrysler New Yorker
Model A Coupe & Roadster
Plus a really cool Mercedes Hot Rod, not my normal thing, but very nice..
January 1, 2015
2015, Brookwood, camaro, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Coupe, Ford, GMC, Hartley Wintney, Hudson, Mercedes Hot Rod, Model A, Mustang, New Years Day, New Yorker, Panel Truck, Phoenix Inn, Ranchero, Roadster, Super Six •