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1930 Model A Pickup

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This survivor belongs to a good friend of mine. I transport it every change of season from his house for winter storage to his down town shop for summer where he drives it around town to run errands for his business pretty regularly. It was time to take it back home for winter yesterday.

The body was restored about 15 years ago, But the driveline and mechanicals are basically original and maintained with a slew of new-old stock oem parts he acquired from an auction many years ago. It is a flat 4, 3 speed manual with mechanical drum brakes.





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Thanks for posting. I worked for a man in Eastland, Texas whose passion was restoring model A's and  model T's. He was diagnosed with cancer, and built a pickup just like that one. He wanted his casket carried to his final resting place with that truck. He stated he did not want his last mile to be in a Cadillac. He had retired from Caterpillar, so when that day came, his casket was painted CAT yellow and was carried his final mile in a classic Ford. 

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