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Ford Model A 1928 roadster

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Brookville new steel body
 
 
Custom 32' ford chasis, American stamping rails
 
 
302 Ford V8, Ford motorsport aluminum heads and cam
 

 
 
Demon carb 4 bbl
 
 
AOD automatic overdrive
 
 
Magnum 4" drop axle
 
 
Lincoln ft brakes, Buick drums
 

 
 
8" Ford rear axle, 3:80 Auburn posi.
 
 
Leather seat patina, seat heaters
 
 
Southwind heater
 
 
Chasis, axles and underside all painted gloss black enamel
 


 
Excelsior radial tires
 

 

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Re: 1928 - 29 Ford hot rod

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sa c'est mon prochain projet un peu comme sa :super: :super: :super: :super: :super: :super: :super: :super: 

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1929 ford

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Fresh build title as a 1929 ford frame with 1922 dodge, body / lakester style



All vintage parts , even the steel quick change only the best has been used to build this car . the engine is a built 235 chevy 6 nice cam lifters , head work, with a chevy 3 speed trans this car sounds and runs grate turns heads where ever it goes. .It needs nothing!!!!











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1929 Ford Model A Roadster

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1929 Ford Model A Roadster Hot Rod. This car was built over a period of 4 years. Great care and attention to detail was payed to build a car that looked like it was built by a returning service member coming home from WWII. This car has a salt flats feel and is a blast to drive. It started life as a coupe but someone cut the top off years before I bought it so I turned it into a Roadster the correct way, paying attention to all of the details and sparing no expense doing it.


The engine is a strong 355 sbc with 10:1 compression. The pistons are 11.8 domed Speed Pro units, with a forged crank and eagle rods. The transmission is a 5 speed out of a Camero. The Radiator is the best that you can buy, a Walker Radiator. The rear end is a ford 8" from a 1967 Fairlane. The wheels have all been powder coated and have great Coker rubber on them.


They're 1932 Ford 18" rims out back and 1935 Ford 16" rims up front. The front brakes are 1940 Ford with drilled backing plates. The car stops very well. The front I-beam has been drilled too. All of the bright work on the car, such as the I-beam, split wish bones, backing plates, windshield frame, ect, has been nickel plated.


 The carpet is newer and is in great shape. The seat fabric is a black vinyl. The top is truly awesome looking! They are 1931 Deluxe Roadster top irons that were cut and reshaped to give a more aggressive look and get rid of the buggy appearance. New stained and polyurethaned wood top bows were also used and look great!


All of the cars controls and switches are hidden under the dash to give it a super clean appearance. The top half of the hood was made into one piece and all fastens to the car with Dzus fasteners. The nickel plated lake headers exit thru the hood louvers trimmed out with custom stainless steel rings. The red used for the scallops is 1934 Chevy OxBlood Red

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1929 Ford Roadster Pick-Up

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29 Ford Roadster Pick-Up


Originally built as a Hot Rod in the 40's by Carl Soji here in Southern California. The car was always run in Primer and it looks pretty much the same now as it did in the '40's other than a few little things. (turn signals, fan, etc.)


It runs a Cragar headed 32 "B" 4-cylinder with a "C" crank (33-34). The carbs are 97's on an Evans intake. The engine was rebuilt by H & H Flatheads and has been bearing inserted and pressurized. Runs excellent and is very strong. The trans is a '39 4-cyl. 3-speed Manual. The rear-end is a Rare Columbia 2-speed that has been converted to mechanical Linkage (Originally Vacuum operated).


The front suspension is an early Dropped axle. Brakes are '40 Hydraulic. 16" Kelsey Wires. The fuel tank is mounted under the bed. The body is all steel and very straight.






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1928 Ford Custom Hot / Street Rod 350 ci V8 Engine

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'29 model A hot rod

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1929 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

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Top Chopped 6 Inches
1959 Ford Panel Roof
193 Cowl Vent
Grill Shell Cut 3 Inches
Channeled 1-1/2 Inches
1932 Dash
Ididit Column
Custom Shifter Under Dash
Power Windows
Noon Seats (Auto Interior)
Custom Interior
VDO Guages
Custom Hood
262 CID Chevy Engine
4 BBL Carburetor
Aluminum Radiator
5” Drop Axle
1940 Ford Rear End
So-Cal Hairpins
12” Bendix Brakes
LoBeck Frame 8 Inch Kickup
Custom Exhaust
EZ Eye Glass
17” 1933 Front Wheels
18” 1932 Widened 2” Rears Wheels
1937 Ford Taillights
1929 Headlights
Limeworks Steering Wheel
Limeworks Mirror
Hand Made Grill Insert
1930 Visor
Flush Mount Gas Cap
Handmade Louvered Hood Side Panels
 

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Re: 1928 - 29 Ford hot rod

Message  203 pick up le Sam 16 Nov - 11:48

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Re: 1928 - 29 Ford hot rod

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1928 Ford Model A Tudor

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Driven Rods And Rides Is Now Proud To Offer This Awesome 1928 Ford Rat Rod Tudor! This Is One Special Car That You Won't See Another Like At Your Local Car Show. This Is Actually A Fresh Build That Has A Plethora Of Time And Money Invested. This Tudor Is An Absolute Show Stopper That Boasts A Rare All Ford Drive Train As The Driving Force Of This Chopped Rat. The Attention To Detail And Build Quality Is Evident Through Out This Build Starting With The Custom Boxed And Z'd Frame That Has Nice Even Welds And A Sweet Satin White Paint Job With Excellent Looking Rims. She Is Presented In True Rat Rod Classic Fashion But Has Some Nice Features Including A Custom Removable Top, 4 Wheel Disk Brakes, Rear Coil Overs, Smoked Plex In The Rear Windows, Billet Aluminum Valve Covers/Scoop Air Cleaner, LED Tail Lights, And New Coker Wheels With Coker Wide Whites. Coupled With A Lowered Stance And Those Awesome Looking Rims And Tires This Tudor Has The Perfect Look And Stance That Everyone Loves Young And Old.


Some of the Highlights:

- 4" Chopped 1928 Ford Cab

- Custom Boxed And Z'd Frame

- 351ci Widsor V8

- C4 Auto Transmission

- Ford 8.8" Rear End

- 4 Wheel Disk Brakes

- 16" Coker Smoothie Rims (Front)

- 20" Coker Smoothie Rims (Rear)

- New Coker Wide White Wall Tires

- 4" Drop Axle, Dropped 32 Front Cross Member

- Rear Coil Overs

- Removable Top

- New Aluminum Radiator

- Electric Fan








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1929 ford model a coupe hot rod

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BODY
-original henry steel 1929 model a coupe rumble seat body
-1932 ford grill and radiator
-1932 ford dash
-original model a seat
-windshield is glass, rear window and 2 rear side windows are thick lexan


FRAME / SUSPENSION / STEERING
-original 29 model a frame
-boxed frame with drilled speed holes
-rear suicide perch for spring behind rearend
-vintage super bell drop i beam front axle
-custom made headlight/shock mount from f100 shock mounts
-custom K member to sturdy up frame
-all cross members welded in place for no movement
-pete & jakes front shocks
-rear leaf spring is reversed eyed model a spring
-front leaf spring is model a spring
-radius rods front and back
-vega steering box cross steer


TIRES AND WHEELS
-tires have approx 560 miles on them, still brand new with 100% tread
-rear wheels-5x16 kelsey hayes wrapped in firestone 700 series bias plys
-front wheels- 4x16 kelsey hayes wrapped in firestone 600 series bias plys
-vintage ford chrome hub caps



ENGINE / TRANS
-typical SBC 350 4 bolt main with th350 trans w/shift kit
-lokar shifter
-vintage cal custom finned aluminum oil pan and matching valve covers
-vintage weiand intake
-vintage weiand breather
-4bbl rochester carb
-corvette ram horn exhaust
-satin aluminum pulleys and other goodies added on
- ford 9"


INTERIOR
-has all original interior trim all of which are hard to find and pretty pricey when you can.
-1932 ford dash
-finned aluminum dash panel
-stewart warner guages- (speedo, water, gas, volts, oil)
-original model a seat
-original package tray behind seat, could be removed for more cab room
-lokar shifter
-filled roof lead welded a long time ago with metal tubing braces on interior
-updated door latches, hinges,handles and strikers
-wood kit


OTHER RANDOM ITEMS TO KNOW
- has not been chopped
-12 gal spun aluminum gas tank
- glass 1950 pontiac taillights
- matching pair of guide light headlights
- drum brakes all around, fronts are 42'-48 ford
- has quick disconnect wiring harness for easy body removal


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1929 Ford Modified - Blood Line

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Though many have been able to pass the hot rod torch onto their children, it is quite rare when the torch has been passed through four generations. But such is the case with Michael Moal, son of Steve, grandson of George, great-grandson of William.

It was William Moal, a wheelwright who got things going back in 1911 building coachbuilt cars. Through the '20s and '30s William created custom bodies for customers in the San Francisco Bay Area. George followed in his footsteps and became a bodyman, when he wasn't out racing wooden race boats or whittling something fantastic out of wood.



When George's son, Steve, was old enough the pair became partners in an Oakland-based bodyshop, which is where Steve's sons, Michael and David, learned the craft from the earliest age.

Steve Moal's name should be well known to hot rodders as he has created some memorable vehicles, both for himself as well as others (including Gary Meadors and TV/movie star Tim Allen).

Starting out at the shop by sweeping up after school, Michael learned over the years from the best people Steve could hire, including the very talented Jimmy Kilroy.



The dash is custom, and is filled with Moal Bomber series gauges. The four-spoke steering Once old enough to drive, Michael's interest in cars was wide-based, and he liked everything from Autocross racing to vintage Shelby Mustangs. In the late '90s, as his father slowly got out of body and fender work to concentrate solely on building hot rods for customers and creating a line of chassis and suspension pieces, Michael's interest in that particular type of car piqued.

By the beginning of this decade, Michael began designing a car in his head-something with a racing flavor but with a traditional feel. Influenced by the Hilborn-Warth streamliner, Phil Remington's dry lakes racer, Barney Navarro's iconic track-nosed Model T roadster, and after talking it over with his dad, Michael finally figured out what he really wanted: a traditional-looking 1929 Ford Modified.

It sits right because it's on a Moal chassis. The PPG white paintjob was done in-house at Moal's by Mike Faccini and Al Aguyao, and Faccini then added the black scallops off the nose. One-name Rory followed with a subtle pinstripe to finish off the paintjob.
It sits right because it's on a Moal chassis. The PPG white paintjob was done in-house at By the end of 2003, Michael had a Brookville Roadster pickup body in the shop, but it would take a few years for it to finally become a full-fledged project worthy of spending all hours and any extra money on it. But as an added benefit, through the years Michael was absorbing what was happening in the shop and figuring out how to apply it to his ride. When most people mention "table scraps," they think of what's left on the dinner plate that goes to the family dog. But when you're a Moal, it's whatever parts and pieces that were left over from different projects that are taking up space at the shop when they really could be used in a project. So Michael began gathering parts, and soon it was time to put everything together.

By February 2006, a chassis began to go together in the shop's chassis jig using 2x6 boxed 'rails and a custom suspension system. Steve Moal has not only made a name for himself with the high quality of workmanship that comes from his shop, but the cars also work really well, too, and their unique suspension is why.

Michael's ride uses a torsion bar setup, with the front suspension using an I-beam axle and a pair of chromoly arms that run between a mount on the batwings to a pair of torsion bars mounted lengthwise between the framerails. The rest of the suspension looks like a "regular" hot rod with hairpins and covered shocks (though these are Strange-built double-adjustable units with Moal covers).

Wilwood four-piston calipers work to clinch 12-inch rotors up front, while another pair of 12-inchers work a similar setup out back. Another set of torsion bars are found in the rear, too, but mount transversely and forward of the Halibrand V-8 quick-change rearend, which has one-off mounts welded to the axle tubes for the triangulated four-link suspension bars.

A '65 Chevy 327 was gone through and assembled by Dan Brewer in Torrance, CA. A polished and balanced crank works with stock-size rods, 0.040 over pistons, and a COMP Cams camshaft. Up front a FlowKooler water pump was used as well as a three-pass Mattson's radiator. Electronics include a Powermaster alternator and an MSD ignition system running through Taylor wires. Exhaust exits out a set of Corvette manifolds and a custom exhaust system made from stainless steel by Moal's. A four-speed Muncie transmission with a Hurst shifter is used for gear selection.
A '65 Chevy 327 was gone through and assembled by Dan Brewer in Torrance, CA. A polished a With a mind guided by sports car performance, Michael used a NASCAR 12:1 power steering box modified and blueprinted by Tommy Lee to help with the steering, and it connects to a LimeWorks column. Rollers come in the way of Vintiques wires, 15x6 and 16x8, which have been shod with Goodyear Eagle GT II 195/60-15 and 285/60-16 rubber.

Now all that the roller needed was a motor, and one was found in the form of a '65 Chevy 327. Dan Brewer, out of Torrance, California, went through the engine for Michael, reassembling the polished and balanced crank with stock rods and oversize (0.040) pistons along with a COMP Cams camshaft and stock iron heads. Up top a trio of Holley carbs mounted to an Offenhauser manifold feed the small-block, and exhaust exits out a pair of Corvette iron manifolds. The V-8 bolts to a Muncie four-speed transmission, which is guided by a floor-mounted Hurst shifter.

Once complete with engine, the chassis could now receive the body, but "stock" really isn't in the Moal vocabulary. A custom three-piece aluminum hood was also fabbed up (with three rows of louvers added to each hood side), and the most striking addition to the car-the track nose-was soon created at Moal's in November 2007. Michael wanted a vintage '40s look to the nose, so this one was made with a little more vertical profile (very similar to the one found on the old Barney Navarro dry lakes racer) than what you'd find on a contemporary roadster.

By January 2008, Michael was ready to gain a little extra room in the cockpit so the rear section of the roadster pickup cab was extended a few inches. The next big custom piece was the trunk, which would sit over the rear end. Made from aluminum and riveted together, the trunk actually conceals a bladder-type fuel cell that takes up roughly half the trunk's space. And with the chopping of the windshield posts and the addition of the cowl vent and scoop, the body was ready to roll into the spray booth at Moal's at the end of December 2009. Moal's Mike Faccini and Al Aguyao used PPG paint to coat the car in white, after which Michael laid out a scallop job in contrasting black. After Rory came by to 'stripe the pickup, the exterior was pretty well done.

The interior was next, and Michael thought something simple would work well but simple is a lot harder to do correctly than it looks. Michael started with a new, larger dash made from aluminum, added a glovebox and door, then in the first week of January 2010, filled the dash with a set of Moal Bomber gauges. The steering wheel is a Schroeder four-spoke, 14-inch midget wheel, which has a black anodized aluminum horn button that looks like a mini crash pad, and mounts to a LimeWorks column.

Another advantage to Michael was when it came time for some seats. He wanted bomber-style buckets, and it just so happened that the first pair of seats Moal's made for the California Special back in 1997 weren't used in the car, so he claimed them before sending them to Tom Sewell to have him cover them in pleated red leather. The door panels are aluminum, but they're covered in black leather by Sewell. Down below black and gray carpet was laid out.

By January 26, the car was off its jackstands and getting prepped for its first public showing: the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, California. From a rather slow start over a period of years to a mad dash for the last six months, Michael now has first-hand experience in what it takes to get a car finished and ready for its first show.

In the time it took him to start and finish his first traditional rod he not only had a son (Rex, his first) but now he's old enough to be enrolled in school. Rex has already shown an interest in the shiny, glossy vehicles down at the shop, so here's hoping the Moal legacy will be carried on well into the 21st century!



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1929 Ford Model A Hot Rod

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1929 Ford Model A sedan , ALL STEEL, no expense was spared on this professionally  built traditional hot rod . This car was built by Kark Riojus at Wheatland Hot Rods. No junk here !!!!  Countless hours were spent building this one of kind car, and it shows, with a number of hand made, one of a kind pieces, as well as many NOS vintage hot rod parts, every detail is covered, from the hand made steering wheel, to the Cirello Magnetto, right down to the custom mixed matte copper paint  by Mark himself. Here is small idea of  each aspect of this incredible hot rod.




BODY ---  first he started with an extremely nice, ALL STEEL 29 sedan, chopped it 8" for the right top stance, but to improve visibility out of the windshield , Mark  incorporated chopped down 32 ford windshield  frame , with   32 hinges that work , to let in a little air, after that , he incorporated 34 ford style drip rails all the way down both sides of the body, and sectioned  and shortened the rear of the body and fender wells to bring it in and utilize a 32 gas tanks out back. Mark then processed to fill the roof and add custom ribs to break up then flat  top. A brand new steel 32 grill shell and insert was also utilized. Other countless modifications have been done to this 29 , but those are the high points.




PAINT--- Custom one off, hand mixed matte copper paint covers every inch of this car and give it a one of a kind custom look, and to top it off hand laid black and cream pinstripes by pinstrip artist Rick Knight.




CHASSIS---  Once again a full custom job, Mark  started out with a 32 steel frame rails , then built all the crossmembers and body supports to match this 32 chassis to the body, up front a set of  cut and drilled wishbones was linked up to the  aluminum drop axle and topped off with a truly nostalgic  set of Buick finned brakes. In the rear, a fully rebuilt Ford 9 inch is set up with half leaves and two link, and in the very back, once again the 32 fuel tank tucks under the sectioned body. Many of the suspension components including the wishbones and dropped axle are painted a matte grey ( raw steel look)  to accent the bold copper on the rails themselves.




TIRES AND WHEELS--- Brand new Firestone gum dipped, dirt track style tires are matched with a set of brand new 40 Ford style smooth steel wheels with beauty rings and hubs caps to polish it off.




ENGINE AND TRANS----  A fresh 350 with  four stromberg carbuerators, Wieland intake , bigger cam, a mild amount of head work, and OPEN headers make this car run strong, It is FRESHLY BUILT WITH LESS THAN 800 MILES. Also adorning the motor are a set of NOS Eelco finned valve covers and a super RARE Cirello " FRANKENSTIEN " magneto. A two speed power glide turns the nine inch ford nicely, and is also completely rebuilt. Matte gray also covers the block and tranmission.




INTERIOR---  the interior is very BARE BONES, hot rod in this car, but still features a numbers of one off pieces, including, hand made steering wheel, hand made gauges surround  and dash accents. drilled shifter to match the front axle and hand made bomber seats  by Mark himself. The interior also features all new door latches  and window rubber , as well as lightly gold tinted windows. It could easily be left alone for a more raw look ,or finshed out  in leather for a more luxury appearance.

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