Advertisements Part of the no car show side effect of the pandemic is that you are kind of forced into doing the stuff you have been putting off for years, last year and earlier this year it was interior trim,… Read More ›
Advertisements A Milton man hit the road for a cross-country journey and he did it all behind the wheel of a Ford Model-A. The journey let him see the country through a different lens or should we say windshield.
Advertisements Half the cylinders, half the work? If only! The flathead four-cylinder engine in our “Swap to Street” 1930 Ford Model A was leaking oil like crazy and wasn’t running particularly well, either. That made it a perfect subject for… Read More ›
Advertisements Video showing Henry and Edsel with the “New Ford Car”
Advertisements This load of three new 1930 Model “A” Fords is on a semi-trailer manufactured by the Taylor Truck-a-Way Co. of Los Angeles, CA. At the time, a rig of this type was used for local and regional transport, and long-distance… Read More ›
Advertisements Just like the ’30s, bro This Winfield intake, Cyclone adapter (to install a Stromberg), and RayDay cylinder head were removed from a Model A in 1956. Images courtesy Evan Bailly and as noted. We are suckers for vintage speed… Read More ›
Advertisements Today’s lead image contains a view of filling station attendant A.I. Norrell and a gentleman posing at a modern Shell facility located in San Diego, California. 221 more words via Gas Station Series: Shell “Green Streak” – A Unique Fuel… Read More ›
Advertisements Really interesting piece from The Old Motor especially being a Model Sport Coupe Owner albeit a 29