Home » Ford »

1929 Ford Model A Rat Rod Custom Roadster

1929 Ford Model A Rat Rod Custom Roadster
Vehicle Description

1929 Ford Model A

I purchased this awhile back with the intention of using it as a daily driver this coming summer (ya, I know - lowered, fast, no top, no heater/ac and no airbags :)) but my 44 mile drive each day just wouldn't be safe in a nutshell.
Here's a video of when it was first built - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffWxjLQ_oG4
Burnout Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGOkVNXWOPI

It runs absolutely perfect and it kills me to sell it but it's just going to sit and rarely be driven. This car is cherry, it was custom built by a guy out in Minnesota some years back. and it almost looks new with a few very small exceptions.
Here are a few things that you will need to add or change if I were you. I would do the work myself, then sell it so it would be 100% but I don't weld, I don't have a garage to work on it or the tools. So, I am always forced to pay the custom shops big bucks and I get buried in the vehicles I own having to pay for the retail work.
I did have suspension work done with new parts replaced to tightened the front end up a bit and this car will do 60mph (or faster) straight down the road without a problem. But again, put the panhard on so it wont wiggle from side to side when you get on it hard. Speedway Motors has a universal one for $92.99 under this description "Universal Bolt-On Panhard Track Bars for Ford 8/9-Inch Rear Axles"
The steering box needs to be adjusted, lubed or rebuilt. It a little sticky when you hold it to the left.
If you have any questions email me.

Custom show stopping 1929 Ford Model A Roadster (original Henry Ford steel body). From the stance to the minor details everything about this new school hot rod is exactly right. Runs, drive, sounds great and looks even better.
Small block Chevy 350 engine
  • aluminum heads, roller rockers mild cam, spotlite custom valve covers
  • 3 deuce carb look but only center carb is active
  • Offenhauser intake manifold, Ceramic coated headers with wrapped baffles, Frog air cleaners, Edmunds triple fuel block
  • 1950's Buick Finned "real" drum brakes and rear covers powder coated Anthracite
  • Wire wheels with Excelsior Tires (16" front / 18" rear)

Muncie 4 speed manual Transmission
  • Ford 9" rear end
  • custom drive line
  • Schroeder steering box and 1940 Ford Deluxe style steering wheel with quick connect for easy removal

Dash signed by legendary Hot Rodder and SEMA founding president Ed "Isky" Iskenderian
  • 1932 Smooth Dash
  • Limited edition Haus of Style Aviation Gauge Panel with Aurora Custom Gauges
  • Custom hot rod tail light and headlights with turn signals
  • Used as eye candy in Season 2 Episode 8 of Garage Rehab (small part but makes the episode)

Custom boxed frame
  • Custom interior panels and aluminum bomber style seats with custom cushions
  • Custom 1929 Ford Grill shell and guard
  • Louvered deck lid
  • Pinstripped by the legendary Johnny Martinez of Wicked Lines
  • Number 17 is shoe polish and can easily be removed
Car is titled and registered in Colorado as a 1929 Ford Model A Roadster
Buyer is responsible for pickup/shipping from Evergreen, CO 80457.
Vehicle Details
  • Item location: Wheat Ridge, Colorado, United States
  • Year: 1929
  • Mileage: 0
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model A
  • Color: Black
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
More photos
Contact