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25

Unusual — It's got a Lincoln motor and it's really souped up That a Model A body makes it look like a pup It's got eight cylinders and uses 'em all Got overdrive, just won't stall With a four barrel carb and dual exhausts With four-eleven gears you can really get lost Got safety tubes, but I ain't scared The brakes are good, the tires fair

Pros: power

Cons: people make fun of me in my car

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Evil Looking — The car really is a blast to drive and always get tons of attention. Easy to maintain, basically just wipe it down once in a while and off you go. Nice stereo with and IPOD connection too. The interior is very basic, I may put an interior in at some point but really enjoy the car as it is.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Lots of fun to drive around. Kids love the car.

Cons: Uncomfortable, low roof line, gas mileage.

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Its Awesome — Almost completely original. Still has the original 137Cu flat head 4 cylinder. been in the family for almost 50years. It still has original breaks so breaking is not too great. Acceleration 5-24 mph in 8.6 seconds (that used to be kinda fast). fenders could use replaced. Currently in driving condition.

Pros: Its a Ford

Cons: N/A

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Awesome! — this car for being 79 model years old and almost all original is one of the most reliable in my garage! a bit underpowered in modern traffic but nothing beats the feeling of always being able to instantly identify my car amongst the sea of suv's and "jelly bean" looking sedans in the local wallmart parking lot

Pros: reliability

Cons: poor acceleration

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Ford Model A — I love everything about this car from the build quality to the ride. Everything is raw and basic. Just the bare essentials. It has three gears two forward and one in reverse, a gravity fed gas system. Now i haven't actually driven this car and seeing as i am in a different state going to school it will be around Christmas time when i have the joy of driving my baby to the store just for the looks that i get from people.

Pros: Beautifully symplistic

Cons: doen't run...yet just needs a new spark coil

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1930 Ford Model A — the cab and box are from a 1930 model a truck and the box has been shortind but other wish the rest of the car/truck is costum made

Pros: lots and lots of horse power

Cons: don't hit the rail way tracks to fast or u will bend or snap the front suspetion

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Looks Great, Goes Slow — This car has the original Ford engine and has matching numbers. It has been slightly altered to a boat-tail. Looks amazing. A real cute car that gets lots of stares.

Pros: Dependable car, always ready to go.

Cons: Too slow to take on major highways.

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1931 Ford Model A Reviews

Fun To Drive! By tswear

this car is currently not working, i am just putting this on here so you can see it, its yellow( factory i think, im not that old to know XD) and that car looks nice, my grandfather owns a working mod... Read More

Fast By RRodNH

The motor has about 10 miles on it and with the power to weight ratio it is difficult to keep the wheels on the ground. The car is so clean and the paint is beautiful. The Hot Rod took 3 awards at the... Read More

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Electric Green 29 Model A By Jason

Likes: ease of repair, styling, easy hobby, avalibility of parts, complements on the road, paint job, power, fun to drive, low milage. Dislikes: can only drive in clear weather, hard to steer and bra... Read More

Fun To Have Fun With Or Drive In A Parade, Or To Lunch On Sundays By Car_Man_Dan

Sorry I dont have a picture, you might be able to see it on the '98 BMW picture... This is a car that has not been made into a hot rod. Its fun to drive, sure it doesnt go very fast or sound very ... Read More

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Over Eighty Years Of Reliability By GlassparGuy

This car is a family tradition. For two years when stationed at the Pentagon I could always find my car in the parking lot. I took my daughter from her wedding to the reception in it, and now my grand... Read More

Fun To Have By Stewart

Work in progress. Original metal body, glass fenders, 302 HO, parts from a variety of vehicles Read More

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Hollow Machine T-roadster Rat Rod By Jykä

Performance with two turbos and double Dellortos was good but with one turbo and 8-point injection controlled with Megasquirt gives more torque to old Y-Block. 630,3 Nm ( 463 ft lbs ) at 2600 rpm and ... Read More

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