1930 Ford Model A – V0614

1930 ford model-a - five window coupe

  • Stock #: V0614
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Vehicle Description

What you see is what you get. That’s the beauty of a street rod. Everything’s out in the open for all to see. That’s okay because this ferocious all-steel 1930 Ford Model A Five-window coupe has nothing to hide. It’s hard to miss that big polished Weiand 6-71 blower towering over the 350 Chevrolet small block, which by the way is balanced and professionally built. On top is a pair of Edelbrock carbs feeding fuel through the supercharger to a polished Weiand intake. A Comp Cams bumpstick directs traffic into and out of the cylinders. Exhaust exits through a set of Jet-Hot coated Sprint Roadster headers that look just right on the car. Then, you have your choice of sending the spent gasses through dual tubes, to low-restriction mufflers, and out the back; or uncap the headers to let the exhaust out right away with the corresponding benefits in power and sound. This is a fun car! Take control and grab the Ididit polished 3-spoke wheel. It’s on a tilt column for extra comfort and easy handling. A rock-solid B&M QuickSilver shifter gives you precise control of the beefy Turbo 400 automatic. The ample power is transmitted to a Ford 9-inch rear axle. For the right look, and to get all that power to the ground, some big fat tires are a must. Mickey Thompson Tires is known for providing extreme sizes. No less than 15 and a half inches wide, these Mickeys surround a cool set of 15×12 inch steelies. Matching 15×6 wheels, complete with hubcaps and trim rings, reside up front. The interior is functional and comfortable, with a pair of plush gray vinyl bucket seats. Mounted on top of the dash is a nicely-sized SplitFire tach, and in the dash a row of whiteface Dolphin gauges is neatly installed. In a nice overhead console, there’s an Audiovox Rampage AM/FM/MPX radio with CD player and quartz clock. For maximum enjoyment, all systems must function properly. You’ll be pleased to see that this build is a standout in the wiring department. It’s equipped with a Ron Francis’ Wire Works Bare Bonz wiring system. It not only works great, but looks neat and professional. The whole project was a labor of love with a father and son team doing the assembly, while having the motor work handled at an engine shop. The car was originally completed in 2004, and has seen fewer than 2300 miles since. Here’s a classic 1930 Ford street rod you can drive, race, show, or utilize as a foundation for your own vision of the perfect hot rod.

Vehicle Description

What you see is what you get. That’s the beauty of a street rod. Everything’s out in the open for…

Vehicle Highlights

  • Balanced 350ci Chevrolet V8 Engine
  • Polished Weiand 6-71 Supercharger
  • Polished Weiand Intake
  • Twin Edelbrock 4-barrel Carburetors
  • Comp Cams Camshaft
  • Accel Super Coil
  • Sprint Roadster Headers with Jet-Hot Coating
  • Custom Fabbed Dual Exhaust with Dumps
  • Turbo 400 Automatic Transmission
  • B&M QuickSilver Shifter
  • All-steel Five-Window Body
  • Ron Francis’ Wire Works Bare Bonz Wiring
  • Splitfire Tach
  • Dolphin White Face Gauges
  • Audiovox Rampage AM/FM/MPX/CD
  • 15x12 and 15x6 Steel Wheels with Hubcaps and Trim Rings
  • Mickey Thompson Sportsman 29x15.50-15 Tires
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