Husbands projects retired and not enough hours so he is downsizing
Great Deal complete car 1930 Model A Briggs Style Body 4 Door Sedan everything is there to complete the project engine transmission fenders just needs the time to put the baby back together email for more details serious inquires only no tire kickers shipping arrangements must be made in advance
There was no title issued on this Model A so a Notarized Bill of Sale with engine serial number on will be given as proof of purchase to register it you can request a lost title last time this was registered NYS did not issue titles
this particular model #170-A 1930 2 window Briggs Body 4 Dr Sedan does not use the double pointed window garnish moldings it uses full window frame garnish molding w/incorporated finger pulls in its design The ones asked about are only used on the Victoria model 190-A slant windshield Model 160A,B or C
#1) Have you ever heard the motor run? Drive?
Yes I've had the engine running I've never driven it but clutch etc. feels good
#2) Did YOU (or someone you hired) take the car apart? If so what were YOU planning to do to the car?
Interior is partially upholstered
I was going to restore car to be used for weddings etc ( not Hot Rodding)
Many parts are restored I was going to update the brakes (hydraulic), convert to 12volt system for safety sake, just too many other projects on my plate
headlights, tillotson carburetor
#3) When purchased I would pack the parts securely into the car
I will assemble car enough to transport ( mount fenders headlight bar etc)
There are alot of parts for this vehicle not all are in the pictures, the hood and grill are still packed away, there are at least 6 rims all good condition, in the pictures you can see many parts are brand new in the package, if you want to call and talk to my husband send your phone number or email address I can send you a link for more pictures thanks for your interest we have sold a few Model A's in the past few years you are getting alot of value for the price here you won't be disappointed, as I said time is ticking too any projects