A really nice right hand drive example in very good order throughout. It's not a concours showpiece, but a very original and nicely mellowed car you can use and enjoy. It stands well and looks superb in it's Arden green and black livery with full brown hide interior.
It runs and drives extremely well, with it's lusty 24hp motor pulling like a train. These cars are good for sixty miles an hour plus(as Bonny & Clyde proved, although they were finally eliminated in a model A apparently). Electrics are converted to 12 volt with hardly visible signs, so it has powerful lights with flashing indicators (built in to the beautiful stainless cowl lamps and twin tail lamps)without spoiling it's original appearance. Most of the brightwork on these cars is highly polished stainless steel so no rusting worries. Bumpers are chrome.
Tyres are almost new American period white walls. Car has many new parts fitted and rewired throughout. Spares availability for the Model A is unsurpassed, and there is a good collection of parts with the car. All in all a thoroughly practical, useable and roomy car for the classic car enthusiast.
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