1930 Model A Ford
We got the first 1930 Ford Roadster because it was like the one we used on our wedding day, riding away from the Church in its rumble seat. That car was nice but since it was a Roadster, it was an open car. That means it only had side curtains to put on when it was windy, cold or raining. Since we are a little older now we like to have a warm car to ride in. This car is like the Roadster but it is a sedan. That means it is enclosed and is able to keep out the wind, cold and rain.
I found this car in Indiana at an Auction. It has been restored. The exterior and interior are in great condition. I need to check out the engine to get it running as smooth as the other 1930 Ford. These Model “A” Fords are very popular for the AACA car tours and it would be fun to get this one in good running condition so we can take it on one of those tours.