1929 Ford Model A (Japan Built)

The 1929 Ford Model A was a popular car produced by Ford from 1927 to 1931 and was the successor to the iconic Model T. The Model A was more powerful and easier to drive than the Model T, with a more modern design, better suspension, and a higher top speed.

The Model A was available in several body styles, including sedans, coupes, roadsters, and pickups. Its four-cylinder engine was capable of producing 40 horsepower, which could take it up to a top speed of around 65 miles per hour.

The car was also known for its impressive fuel efficiency, which was an important selling point during the Great Depression. Other features included synchronized transmission, an electric starter, and a new suspension system with hydraulic shock absorbers, which made for a smoother, more comfortable ride.

Today, the 1929 Ford Model A remains a popular classic car among collectors and enthusiasts around the world. Its role in automotive history, combined with its unique style and enduring appeal, has made it a beloved icon of American culture.

This Model A you see here was put together in Japan.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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