1931 Ford Model “A” Model 160C

Late ’31 with indented firewall.  Rare slant windshield with no rear quarter windows, more commonly known as a “Blind Back”. One of reportedly only around 1,900 produced in 1931 only.  In their advertising, Ford said the omitted quarter windows “provided the rear passengers with a degree of seclusion”.

This car is an older restoration that has held up extremely well and has been used by a previous owner for a tour car, and has been driven many miles touring.  It is handsome in “Henry Ford” black finish with Apple Green wheels and pin stripe. Interior is correct cloth and woodgraining is very nice.  It is loaded with period correct “jewelry” including dual side mounts, trunk rack and matching trunk, wind wings, moto-meter radiator cap, radiator stone guard, and fog lights.  Modern touring improvements include rebuilt touring motor, Mitchell overdrive, turn signals, insulated cabin, and 4-passenger seat belts.

With about five million Model A’s  produced, and maybe 2-300,000 still on the road, it’s pretty hard to show up at a Model A show with a unique car, but you can with this one.  You can drive this one home, but shipping can be arranged.



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