1931 FORD MODEL A
This 1931 Ford 400A is one of the most rare and desirable Model A body-styles.
The most recent owner had it professionally refinished in the correct Washington
Blue/Riviera Blue/Black color scheme and it looks amazing with the contrasting
Tacoma Cream wheels. Deep tan upholstery is correct for this model as are the
rare ash trays in the rear seating area. The engine was recently rebuilt by local
North Carolina Model A guru John Klutz and the car runs and drives well.
1923 FORD MODEL T
Offered from the estate of the late Dr. Charles Love is this glossy black, 1923
Ford Model T; affectionately referred to as a “doctor’s coupe”. The paint on
this particular car shows really well and pairs nicely with the Pigeon Gray cloth
SELDOM SEEN MODELS FROM THE 1920’s AND 1930’s
1930 FORD MODEL A
This 1930 Ford Model A is a true survivor. Features on this beauty include coach
lights, outside mirror, white wall tires and wire wheel covers. This exceptionally
clean Model A has always been stored in a climate controlled facility and it runs
and drives great.
1926 FORD MODEL T
Offered from the estate of the late Dr. Charles Love is this super nice 1926 Ford
Model T Touring. Its sheet metal is dressed in Drake Green paint matched to a
very nice black leather interior. There is an original wood steering wheel that pairs
beautifully with the wood spoke wheels. This car also has the original radiator
ornament and the undercarriage is in excellent condition.
1931 FORD MODEL A
Offered from the estate of the late Dr. Charles Love we have this wonderful 1931 Ford Model A. 1931 was the last year for the Model A and this two door deluxe
roadster is a great example. It is finished in red and black two tone paint with yellow wheels and a gorgeous cognac brown interior with rumble seat. This particular
“A body” has almost all of the options including double spare tires, wind vanes, radiator ornament and luggage rack.