Upon closer evaluation of the gearbox we’ve found a number of issues that will require further investigation. Repaired case damage
The Revelator needs a new engine. This is how it’s being done economically. Photo by Dan Beaudry, others by David Conwill
Just like the ’30s, bro This Winfield intake, Cyclone adapter (to install a Stromberg), and RayDay cylinder head were removed
Finally got around to stamping and fitting the body tag to the A!
[Editor’s note: This “Reminiscing” story, edited by Richard Lentinello, comes to us fromHemmings Classic Car reader Jim Zimmerman of Burlington, Wisconsin.]
The 1929 Model A Sport Coupe is now proudly sporting a Boyce Motometer as a result of a kind birthday
Now here’s “drive your s***” for sure! Thread here on the Antique Automobile Club of America – Discussion Forums Below
As usual a great video from Tom Cotter’s Barn Find Hunter series, in particular there is a very early Model
Bad news for those in the Model A Ford community, long time upholstery specialist LeBaron Bonney has filed for bankruptcy.
My friend John has a 1929 Tudor Sedan for sale, any interest please let me know and I can pass