1929 Model A Ford Roadster


A sporty roadster with rumble seat.

After building millions of Model T's, Henry Ford shut down the Ford Motor Company in 1928, to re-tool for the all new and much heralded Model A. There was much excitement and anticipation. It seemed that everybody wanted to see the "New Ford."

The Model A was an uncomplicated four cylinder inexpensive machine, easy to own, easy to repair. From 1929 through 1931, it was America's number one seller This restored Ford Roadster was the model used by the noted artist Don Ensor, for his famous painting entitled "Fifty Cents Worth Please."