This 1930 Model-A Ford Briggs Fordor Sedan is pristine and runs as a Model-A should. The gray mohair interior is in very good condition. The upholstery and carpet are clean, but the front has a small tear on each end of the upper front seat. The black exterior paint with green pinstriping is beautiful and has a mirror finish with no cracks, rust, or Bondo. It has the usual closeup flaws of a 90-year-old car. The green wire rims, an original option on this car in 1930, match the pinstripes. The four-cylinder engine is original and runs strong. The three-speed manual transmission shifts smoothly. The wiring has been changed over from a 6-volt to a 12-volt system. Good rubber. New front oil seal, gas gauge and gasket, battery, belt, and Moto-Meter. The glass is clear and the bumpers are shiny. The millage reads 74,000 miles but is probably not accurate. You won't find a better Model-A for the money. I'm asking $12,995. Inspection welcomed. Pictures available.
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