You could get a really good deal on this classic car.
Plenty of Ford fans would love to get their hands on a classic car made by the Blue Oval. This 1928 Ford Model A Phaeton is a great option to consider. It looks great and runs strong, so you’re getting the full package deal and something which is turn-key. Even better, it will be auctioned off at no reserve, so you have the chance to scoop it for a solid deal.
Gallery: 1928 Ford Model A Phaeton To Sell At No Reserve
This car was part of a Greenville, South Carolina estate and had been stored for a long time. As you can see, the exterior is polished to a fantastic shine and is complete. There’s a fresh convertible top, that iconic radiator cap, dual fender-mounted spares, and chrome bumpers with a mirror finish. Period-correct whitewall tires and black wire-spoke wheels help keep the appearance of this classic appropriate.
Just as important, you’ll find the interior to be quite authentic. The OE steering wheel, gauges, and other controls are present and look great. Fresh brown upholstery on the seats keep things simple and genuine, as does new carpeting. The backseat is especially deep with good legroom, so you can bring friends or the family along for a vintage cruise in real style.
Faced with the proposition of replacing the aging Model T, which was a runaway hit, was no small task for Ford. To continue the same level of success, the automaker took on a dramatic plan to launch the Model A. It had heavily influence on subsequent Fords, including being the first car to wear the Blue Oval logo. Sales skyrocketed to over five million by 1931. Despite those numbers, not many are surviving today. This is a unique chance to own this classic at an amazing deal. To bid on this car during the September 27 auction, contact Tom Mack Classics.