Engine Size
201 I4
Transmission Type
3 Speed Manual
Body Style
Body Color
Brown & Black
Interior Color


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This 1931 Ford Model A Victoria is an extremely nice car that underwent a full frame off nut and bolt restoration a few years ago. This was a no expense spared restoration and everything was new or rebuilt at that time. There are only 278 Miles on this car since being restored. The body is exceptionally clean and straight and it is an all steel car. The paint was professionally applied and looks fantastic. We believe the colors are Chicle Black and Thorne Brown and it has the Tan Vinyl Top. Just a great looking vehicle and a great color combination that stands out. All of the chrome and stainless is excellent as everything is on the car. The underside is highly detailed and really nice as well. It is easy to see this was a quality restoration. The interior was also all redone with new upholstery, new carpet, new headliner with built in sun visors, and new door panels. The dash was redone and looks excellent and all of the glass was replaced. A really nicely restored interior. Lights, Blinkers, horn, and tail light work as they should. Wipers are inop and this car was never driven in rain and always stored in a climate controlled barn.

Mechanically this runs and drives great!! All of the mechanicals were rebuilt or replaced. The engine is the original 201 Inline 4 Cylinder that runs excellent! When the engine was rebuilt they added an alternator and a leakless water pump, but otherwise it is all stock. It has a 3 Speed manual transmission that shifts nice and the tires were replaced with vintage replicas. This car is ready to roll. We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives. Our pictures are never touched up or photoshopped. What you see is an accurate representation of the vehicle. We take consistent pictures and show you everything so you can get a true representation of the vehicle.

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