I am an expert in Model A Fords. I can answer questions about the repair and restoration of Model A's. I also have expertise in the value of Model A's and Model A parts.
I have restored 3 Model A's totally, doing all the work myself. I have rebuilt about 15 engines, 100 transmissions, 25 steering columns, 200 shock absorbers, 10 front ends, 10 rear ends, and a variety of other components.
I have a bachelors and masters degree in Mechanical Engineering, and worked on a variety of automotive related projects for 25 years. I am now retired.
|sean||07/20/14||10||10||10||Thanks! Ill keep all of this in .....|
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Sean, Here is a link to a picture of the drivers side of the engine. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1928_blue_Ford_Model_A_Tudor_Sedan_engine The tube coming up between the generator
Sean, I'm assuming the car is stock, and has a 6 volt electrical system. You'll probably need a new battery, but trying to charge the old one won't cause any harm. Check the oil and the fluid
Marianne, I'm reading the numbers that are visible as 775, with the middle 7 being a different script. I'm guess you read it 715, with the top of my 7 being something else. You're probably right - -
Marianne, Sorry, but I don't think I can be a lot of help. I can tell you this isn't a Ford. It's generally like a Model T Touring car of the 20's, but it's obviously a nicer car. I really doubt
Joe, Value depends on condition and a number of other factors, so I can't give you a accurate estimate. If you take a look on Ebay, you'll find a number of similar cars that have sold for a variety