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1929 Model "A" Ford
The Model A of 1903 was the first production Ford. 1,708 were sold in the first season. In 1904, the company offered the Model C Runabout, which was a development of the Model A.
The immortal Model T was announced for the 1909 season and began an 18-year production run until it was retired in 1927. Over 15 million had been sold although the car had changed little since the first one was built in late 1908.
Factories were then changed over to the new Model A. 1928 was a new beginning for Ford and so this car was named after the first Ford of 1903, the Model A. This popular Model A was produced through 1931 but was a victim of the Depression and increasing competition.
Our Model A is a Deluxe Rumble Seat Roadster with Dual Sediments, Ford Tire Covers, Mirrors on each wheel, a Clock in the Rear View Mirror, Motormeter, Rear Trunk Rack, Luggage Rack on the Running Board, White Wall Tires and Good Chrome. It runs well will cruise at 50 mph, and has a current Virginia inspection. This is a nice rare car. It was the top of the line in 1929.