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1930 Model A Woodie
Make/Model: Model A Woodie Station Wagon 150-B
Owner: Truitt Phillips
Original Price: $640
About the 1930 Model A Woodie
The Model A was given a face lift for 1930. All models retained the
little Lincoln look. Larger 4 3/4 inch balloon tires on smaller 19 inch
wheels resulted in a lower fresh new look.
Additional new features included higher hood line, wider fenders and stainless steel replaced nickel plate on the radiator and headlight shells. A higher steering ratio made for less effort at the wheel. Some accessories were made standard like the vacuum operated windshield wipers. Power for the 1930 Model A was provided by a water cooled four cylinder inline L-head engine that developed 40 horsepower. Specifications included 200.5 cubic inches, 3 7/8 inch bore, 4 1/4 stroke and cast iron block.
In addition, a sliding gear transmission with 3 speeds forward and reverse shaft drive, and a 3/4 inch floating rear axle. Additional 1930 Ford Model A included the 4 door 5 passenger Phaeton, 4 door 5 passenger Deluxe Phaeton, 4 door 5 passenger Victoria and the beautiful 1930 Ford Woodie Station Wagon shown below. Prices range from $440.00 to $625.00
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