1928 Ford Model A Pickup Truck All Steel Hot Rod Rat Rod 29 30 31 Fast & Loud on 2040cars
/ ALL STEEL
Risingsun, Ohio, United States
Body Type:Pickup Truck
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: CUSTOM MADE
Model: Model A
Trim: 671 Blower
Cab Type (For Trucks Only): Regular Cab
Drive Type: ROLLER
Sub Model: PICKUP
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: ALL STEEL
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
PLEASE NOTE: GALLERY PICTURE IS WHAT IT COULD BE!
YOU ARE BUYING A 1928 FORD MODEL A PICKUP TRUCK BODY ALL STEEL CAB - BED - TAILGATE - HOOD - RADIATOR SHELL - HEADLIGHTS - FRONT FENDERS & OTHER MISC PARTS.
BODY PARTS ARE IN GOOD TO FAIR CONDITION.
NO FRAME & NO DRIVE LINE, YOU ARE ONLY BUYING WHAT YOU SEE IN PICTURES.
CLEAR TITLE IN HAND.
EVERYTHING WILL FIT IN THE BED OF A FULL SIZE TRUCK & WE CAN HELP WITH DELIVERY FOR 1.25 PER LOADED MILE.
WE ARE LOCATED 15 MILES SOUTH OF TOLEDO OHIO.
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL FOR MORE INFO 419-344-5355
Ford Model A for Sale
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Tue, 25 Jun 2013 00:01:00 EST
With July 4th just around the corner, what better time could there be for Cars.com to announce that the Ford F-150 is the Most American car of 2013? This may be especially true since it was the Toyota Camry, a car produced by a company based in Japan, that had held the top spot from 2009 to 2012.
Mon, 13 Jan 2014 09:05:00 EST
Cars.com compiles its Most American list by considering the amount of parts each vehicle uses that come from America, where it's final assembly takes place and how many units per year are sold. "While the assembly point and domestic parts content of the F-150 didn't change from 2012-2013, vehicle sales are responsible for bumping the F-150 to the top spot," according to Patrick Olsen, Editor-in-Chief of Cars.com.
As far as automakers go (as opposed to individual models), Toyota retains the top spot it held in 2012, with General Motors, Chrysler, Ford and Honda (in that order) rounding out the list. The motivation behind this list each year, according to Olsen, is "to help car shoppers understand that 'American-Made' extends beyond just the Detroit three" and because "a study we conducted in 2012 indicated that 25 percent of shoppers surveyed preferred to buy American."
Just when you thought you'd figured the fullsize truck market out, Ford goes and throws us a massive curve ball with the 2015 F-150. The big headline news aren't tow or payload ratings, though we're sure those figures will be fully competitive if not class leading, they haven't yet been announced. Instead, the big headline news Ford is highlighting are the truck's new aluminum-intensive structure and 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine.
Tue, 12 Mar 2013 11:28:00 EST
And with good reason - all that aluminum means that Ford was able to cut a massive 700 pounds from the truck's curb weight. That is going to cause all sorts of great things to happen to the 2015 F-150's driving dynamics, performance and fuel efficiency, not to mention its ability to haul heavy loads. For those customers worried about the strength of aluminum versus the more conventional steel, Ford is quick to point out that many military vehicles, such as the HMMWV and Bradley Fighting Vehicle, use a very similar sort of aluminum alloy in their construction.
It's also worth mentioning that the backbone, a fully boxed ladder frame, is hewn from high-strength steel. Ford says "2015 Ford F-150 is the strongest and most durable F-150 ever," for what it's worth, claiming that "torture tested" in labs and in the real world for more than 10 million miles. What's more, the truck, in disguised form, completed all 883 miles of the Baja 1000.
A great many buyers fled from full-size body-on-frame SUVs to car-based crossovers in large measure to save fuel. But that doesn't mean there's still not a buying audience for more traditional truck-based utility vehicles, and those consumers doubtlessly wouldn't mind saving some dollars at the pump, too. According to Motor Trend, those shoppers might be in luck.
That's because the magazine has confirmed that Ford isn't walking away from the full-size SUV segment, and it's poised to do something about its offerings' economy ratings, too. According to MT, global Lincoln director Matt VanDyke has hinted that the next Navigator may drop two cylinders and go with a V6 model - the current model gets just 14 miles per gallon in the city and 20 on the highway from its 5.4-liter V8. The obvious fitment would be Ford's 3.5-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6, an engine that has spread like kudzu throughout the rest of the Blue Oval's large vehicle lineup.
Downsized turbocharged engines like Ford's EcoBoost franchise have come under fire as of late for not delivering their EPA fuel economy ratings, but their benefits extend beyond consumption - the 3.5L offers superior power and a better torque curve than the naturally aspirated V8. MT also suggests that Ford's 3.7-liter V6 could form the base engine for the next Navi - it has similar horsepower but a lot less torque than the current 5.4L. That may be less of a problem with the next generation tipped to go on a diet, which could level the playing field somewhat.