In the classic world there is a definite split when it comes to the styles of the older Fords. In one group you have the custom Street Rods with chopped tops and flashy paint. Then you have another group which you are surprisingly seeing less and less of. These are the original style classics which stay true to what you may see rolling down the road 80 years ago. That is how this 1930 Ford Model A was finished out. It is an all steel car that is laser straight and very solid. The body rides on a custom tubular frame that fits under the car perfectly. The car is entirely rust free and coated in a two tone copper and tan combination. The body is nicely coated in a lighter copper with the fenders slightly darker. One of the cool things about how this classic Ford is done is that while it looks like the originals it has been updated in places that you can't see. This allows you to preserve that look while having the reliability of the modern street rods. One of these cool features is the aftermarket GM sunroof that most likely came out of a late model Cadillac. Other nice additions include the Jaguar independent rear end and independent front suspension. When it comes to chrome this car has plenty. The original style split bumper in rear and front have a great shine and has the original style steps. These same rubber steps are mounted on the rear fenders and were at one point meant for getting into the rumble seat. The rumble seat has been removed and the trunk now houses the added gas tank. The original style taillights, headlights (with headlight bar) and fog lights are all in place and work as they should. The grill shell has a nice shine as does the mesh original style grill. The car has a nice stance and rolls around on the original style spoke wheels with spinner style center caps. Under the hood of this classic is a Chevy 350 V8 the powers up with no issues. This car cruises down the road very well and always gets a lot of attention. Although it's a Chevy motor the block, heads, and manifold are coated in Ford Blue to preserve that stock appearance. The Edelbrock finned valve covers finish off the look very well along with the chrome air cleaner. The car has a nice sound and a good idle through chrome headers through dual exhaust. The automatic transmission mates up to the engine and shifts with no problems. Moving on to the interior you will find it is just as nicely done as the rest. The tan nugahyde bucket seats fit nicely in the car and are very comfortable. The dash is all steel just like the rest of the car and is finished off very well. The upper section and column are painted to match the fenders and the lower section painted to match the body. On the lower dash you will find the black faced Autometer gauges and added Jenson cassette player. The tilt steering column as well as the steering wheel are out of a late 70's Cadillac and work well in this style of car. This is a very nicely done car that gets down the road with no problems. Being all steel this classic will continue to hold its value and be a sought after car for years to come. Don't miss your chance to park a Model A this cool in your garage. This classic can be yours for only $22,500.00!!