The Ford Model A was manufactured between 1927 and 1931 and was the second huge success for Ford after its predecessor, the Model T. The Model A was offered in a wide variety of body styles and was the first Ford to incorporate the standard set of driver controls with a conventional clutch, brake pedal, accelerator and gearshift. The engine was a water cooled in-line four-cylinder arrangement with a capacity of 3.3 litres. With a conventional three speed gearbox, (plus reverse), the top speed was around 65mph. Stopping was by four-wheel drum brakes operated by rods. The 1930 and 1931 models were offered with exterior door handles, stainless steel radiator cowlings and headlight housings.
This very nicely presented example has resided as part of a significant collection for a number of years, driven sparingly and stored carefully when not in use. Offered with Italian registration papers, what a fantastic opportunity to own a car that quite rightly will turn heads and gain accolades wherever you may take her.