1929 Ford Model A Hot Rod. This car has been a Hot rod since at least the 50’s in California. The earliest pictures we have of it are from April of 1960 when it was in Drag racing form running A/ Gas. It has been featured twice in Street Rodder Magazine, once on the cover in 1977 and also in 2001 shortly after its last build was completed. The car today looks as fresh as it did when it was completed 19 years ago and has had only 4000 miles put on her since. Its received many awards including “Dick Magoos personal Choice award” at Daryl Starbirds Hall of Fame Show and the Goodguys “Real Hot Rod” award. All steel original ford body on 1932 ford frame rails. Body modifications include a modified cowl, 32 Dashboard, custom aluminum 3 piece hood, and 32 ford grille. The body and Paint in “Viper Red ” are show quality, fully sanded and buffed to perfection with only a some extremely minor paint touch ups here and there from use. The 32 frame was pinched up front and Sports a genuine Mor-Drop front axle, hairpins, 46 ford backing plates and brakes utilizing 57 buick drums, Pete and Jake shocks, and its all Show Chromed. Out back is a Halibrand Quick Change with 378 gear, Pete and Jakes ladder Bars, and a model T style leaf spring with P&J shocks. There is a 20 gallon aluminum fuel tank hidden behind the trunk panel. This A is powered by a Crate 350 engine with Edelbrock Aluminum Heads, Competition Cam, an Offenhauser intake with 3 Rochestor carbs, and Mallory ignition backed by a th350 automatic with Lokar shifter. Interior is “Austrian Bone Leather” by Dougs Upholstery in Scotts Bluff, Neb. Superb Job. The 3 spoke Bell style wheel steers the car with little effort. The 32 Dash houses “Classic Instruments” gauges and the windshield is a hand formed Bronze and then Chromed masterpiece. Headlights are genuine “King Bee.” Rolls on 15″ ford smoothies with 42 ford caps. Superb driving Hot Rod that really has “The Look” with the high end quality build to back it up.