1930 Ford Model A Pickup and 1929 Ford Model A

The annual Arthritis Foundation car show in Dublin, Ohio is scheduled for this coming weekend and I am raring to go!  But mother nature is threatening to throw a monkey wrench into those plans.  Rain is predicted for most of this week so we shall see how it goes; hopefully it will hold off for at least for one day of the show.  In the meantime I will be sharing some shots from last years show that I haven’t shared with you yet starting with this customized root beer brown (that’s the color listed on the plaque in front) 1930 Ford and his friend the 1929 Ford Model A.

By the way, the 1930 Ford has a 1955 Chrysler 331 Hemi engine for all of you motorheads 😉


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22 Responses to 1930 Ford Model A Pickup and 1929 Ford Model A

  1. GP Cox says:

    I love the old cars! Ever notice today that most of the sedans all look alike, all SUV’s, etc, but the old cars were all unique!

  2. Nice rides…good (weather) luck this year…

  3. Timothy Price says:

    Nice shots. They have very modern engines!

  4. Emilio Pasquale says:

    Beautiful shots. I think the fenders have been built out, too. The tires weren’t as thick back then.

  5. Fingers crossed you can get the car show in Teri. I still have not found old hood ornaments here. Oh well

  6. ChgoJohn says:

    Grandpa was the proud owner of a Model A and we’ve pics of him tending to it. It never looked as good as the one in your shot, Teri. 🙂

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