9° Encuentro Internacional del Ford "A" en Argentina.-
Video del 9° Encuentro Internacional del Ford "A", realizado en la Villa
de los Hmnos Maristas en Luján, Provincia de Buenos Aires.-
Concurrieron mas de 100 Ford "A" de 1928 a 1931
Se realizó un desfile de época y se entregaron premios a los mejores
Model A Assembly
A timelapse video of me re-assembling my Model-A Tudor after restoration of
the frame and running gear.
This video replaces Parts I and III that I uploaded previously.
1931 Model A Ford on the Highway
We were driving to our club meeting on Easter weekend. There was lots of
traffic and we could almost keep up. We generally prefer quieter roads and
a slower pace! That's Frankie riding in the back. Note the discoloration
on the dash panel between the speedometer and the ampmeter-- that's where
smokers used to strike their wooden matches.
1930 Model A Ford - First run of fresh engine
This is a video of the first time running the fresh engine after installing
it. The short block came from H and H Antique from California. The block
is completely fresh with insert bearings and a counter-balanced crankshaft.
Follow along with my daily adventures at ww.365DaysOfA.com where this Model
A is my daily driver from October 2010 to October 2011.
1931 Ford Model A Barn find, first start!
1931 Ford Model A, been sitting in a barn since 1976, at first no spark,
got that figured out, but now she aint firing. I will get her going, no
matter what! Subscribe to keep updated on the first start!
1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan - Very Nicely Restored Original
1930 Ford Tudor Sedan that has been restored from the ground up. They have
a stack of receipts for nearly every part on this car being restored or
replaced. The engine, transmission and rear end have all been rebuilt and
are believed to be the the originals. The body was taken off the frame and
both were restored. Andalusite Blue paint which is nearly black, black
fenders, and a blue gray interior really make this old Ford stand out.
Under 5,000 miles since everything was redone and it shows. This is a very
nice example of a stock 1930 Ford. Thanks for watching and commenting, I