WOW !!! This is one of the coolest cars that has blessed our showroom. Cruisin Classics welcomes with enthusiasm a 1929 Ford Sedan. I will have more details below but I have to start with a few of the bullet points and the attention to detail of this magnificent ride. Paint color, Pinstripe, Chrome, Engine chrome, dual gas tanks, Heated and AC, rare '29 suicide doors, trunk, wire wheels, built in engine work light, LED effects, horns with built in fight songs and whistles, moo's and more....and with only 71,581 actual miles !!!! This six year restoration project has a book with EVERY...and I mean EVERY receipt since 1984 (see picture). The drive train consists of a Chevrolet 305 V-8, automatic transmission and 2:71 rear end that would be very freeway friendly. The interior is quite roomy and comfortable. The extended front end of the Murray Body gives the people in the front as well as the back the leg room needed for a comfortable ride.
List of Groovy Stuff
Custom milled dash with analog gauges Custom milled overhead controls are AM/FM radio with equalizer Outdoor temp display Digital Tachometer Gas tank selector Bud vases for flowers Roll down rear window shade Heated and air conditioned A light show of LED and Neon lights everywhere (Detailed list for the new owner) Tilt out windshield Power antenna Wind Wings with etched design Custom, Jan Wisecarver pin striping Rubber inlayed running boards Real wire wheels "Truespoke" 4-wheel disk brakes Power windows Windshield wiper 4 bar suspension front and rear Bulldog remote controlled security system 2 x 10 gallon gas tanks Cowl mounted green turn signals Parking brake in between front seats Custom Bra Bug screen Custom car cover
Ford built most of their own production bodies for the Model A, however both Briggs and Murray were their largest outside suppliers of complete bodies, producing all of Fords Model 155 Town Sedans and Model 165 Fordor Sedans. Four Door Model A body style suffix's indicate who made the body. An A indicates a 1928-1929 Murray body, B indicates a 1928-1929 Briggs body, C indicates 1930-1931 (early) Murray body, and D indicates 1930-1931 (early). Budd Mfg., Hayes Body Co. and Midland Steel Corp. all supplied Model A stampings and steel sub-assemblies and later on Budd also built complete truck cabs and van bodies as well. During 1929 Murray supplied bodies for Ford as well as Chrysler, Hupmobile, and Reo as well as body framing and stampings for Ford, Dodge, Peerless, and Chryslers. They were using so much wood, that they purchased their own mill in Memphis, Tennessee to ensure a constant supply was available to meet their heavy production schedules. They acquired contracts to build Hudson and Essex bodies the following year.
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