Introduced in 1928, the Model A propelled Ford away from its humble Model T past. The Model A was thoroughly modern, and the buying public responded enthusiastically to the car's styling and engineering advances. Ford sold more than five million examples, and the Model A became a landmark in American automotive history.
Collector's Originality Guide: Ford Model A is a comprehensive and detailed guide to the original factory specifications, equipment, colors, and trim of the 1928-1931 Model A. From roadsters to sedans, town cars, coupes, and trucks, vintage car expert Jim Schild covers every body style to provide the most complete and accurate Model A reference available. More than 250 color photographs of authentically restored Model A vehicles display colors, trim combinations, and component details that you won't find anywhere else.