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This Is One Sinister 1929 Ford Model A Custom

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We are suckers for Model A customs around here like this 1929 Ford Model A custom 2-door hot rod. The car has been highly customized with a 6-inch drop and 4-inch channel. It’s all black on the outside and has beefy whitewall tires that look retro and ready for the drag strip at the same time.

Power for this beautiful 1929 Ford Model A comes from a fully built 351 cubic-inch Windsor V8 engine paired up with a C4 automatic transmission, according to the seller. We’d have guessed the car was a manul seeing the shifter. The 351 Windsor V8 is topped with a pair of Edelbrock carbs. Every part of the car is newly painted or powder coated.

It has a new Accuair Airride System which is how it’s able to sit right down on its belly in some pictures and stand high enough to drive in others. All the airlines around the car are copper. Brakes on all four corners are Wilwood discs, and the car has a Ford 8.8 rear with 3.73 gears. Lots of items on the car are custom, like the frenched 1959 Caddilac tail lights, copper accents, and black leather interior.

The odometer and seller claim the car has only 43-miles on it since the build. This custom Ford looks like one seriously fun car that will turn heads wherever you go. The seller is asking $44,000. Would you rather have this 1929 Ford Model A custom or that insane 1931 Ford Model A truck that has 800 horsepower? We’d take the truck!

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Source: ClassicCars

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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