The Cabriolet was introduced in January of 1929 but only available to dealers starting the following March, making a ’29 Cabriolet reasonably rare. This one was restored in correct 1929 Ford Cabriolet colors of Cigarette Cream, Seal Brown rear deck, black fenders, Orange pin stripe, and black painted wire wheels. It is equipped with rumble seat, rear mounted spare wheel, trunk rack and new correct trunk. “Jewelry” includes accessory wheel caps, running board step plates, and Flying Quail radiator cap.

Top-of-the-line Cabriolet models included chrome Landau Bars on a full folding canvas top with roll up windows and full upholstered cloth seats with carpet flooring and chrome internal accents. This beautiful example was restored some time ago and is still showing well- Motor reportedly rebuilt in the last few years. Further optioned with Red AR steering wheel, glass wind wings, Ford Clock in rear mirror, and chrome grill guard.

Car starts, runs, and drives just like a Model “A” should.  Ready-to-enjoy open Model “A” for a price that won’t break the bank.

NOTE: Since this consignment was added late and not in the catalog, it will be offered with reserve.

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