Ford Model A Sedan
The Sedan was probably the most popular of the body styles especially the 2 door.
It was basically the family saloon of the Model A bodies and at $495 for the 2 door and $570 for the Fordor, it was great value and extreme luxury after the faithful Model T.
Ford Model A Coupe
The Ford Model A Coupe proved to be a very popular body style for the Ford design team.
It was an elegant vehicle for the ladies as well as a very versatile car for businessmen of that era.
Some models came with a rumble seat in place of the boot which gave the option of an extra two seats for the fair weather traveller.
The Sport coupe (shown above) looked very much like a cabriolet with its fabric roof and landau irons, but was in fact a fixed roof.
Ford Model A Phaeton
The Phaeton was full 4 seater open air motoring and at a very reasonable price too just $395.
Full side screens could be fitted in the event of bad weather.
In June 1930, Ford launched the DeLuxe phaeton which was a luxury 2 door car with two individual seats rather than a bench seat and trimmed in leather.
Ford Model A Roadster
The Roadster just had to be a real winner with young ladies and Gentlemen in 1928.
It was a low priced Sporty open air car and with a launch price of only $385.
The optional rumble seat changed the boot to an extra 2 seats which was an extremely popular choice for model A owners.
Ford Model A Cabriolet
The Cabriolet model was not produced until March 1929.
It was a luxury version of the roadster but with wind up windows and a standard rumble seat.
A slant windscreen model was launched in late 1931 and remains quite rare due to the low production numbers.
Ford Model A Convertible Sedan
The Convertible Sedan known as the A-400 was introduced in May 1931.
It was a five passenger vehicle and a new unique design In the sporty DeLuxe line of cars.
With its leather interior and luxury credentials, It remains very sought after with only 5093
Ford Model A Pickup
The Pick Up was a very popular commercial Vehicle available with a closed or open style cab.
The open style had what looked like a roadster type convertible but was in fact fixed.
The 28-29 closed cab was the style featured in the Waltons TV series.
We actually own one of these fabulous vehicles.
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