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1929 Model A Stretched Hearse 509 BBC, T400, 9", 3:55 gears, 3" Mandrel Exhaust

1929 Ford Model A for sale in Portland, Oregon, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Portland, Oregon, United States
Make: Ford
Model: Model A
Type: Hearse
Year: 1929
Mileage: 100
VIN: 123123123
Color: Black
Number of cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clean
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Description for Ford Model A 1929

Ford Model A "stretched" - custom made by a morticians idea here in Oregon.
Vehicle has less than 100 miles since running
Originally a 4 door "Murray" body, vehicle was stretched to add a few more doors, but the extra two were closed and welded shut into a custom hearse by a mortitian here in Oregon
Engine is a 509 BBC, all new inside with KING brand race bearings, Crower roller cam/lifters/roller rockers, new pistons, rods, and much more. (not a 454 bored, but a TRUE 502 punched to a 509) ($16K with receipts, only parts original is Crank, block heads, the rest is all new)
Custom made old school look serpentine belt system with power steering and hydraboost THIS CAR STOPS!
Carburator is Holley 950 4 bbl-all new performance parts plus ceracoat ($950 is what is cost me)
Transmission is a new T400 with stage 2 shift kit and 2300 stall converter ($2800 for trans/converter)
3" MANDREL Exhaust is custom made by GBE Mandrel Bending ($2000)
Headers are CUSTOM made by Steve @ GBE Mandrel Bending- 2-1/4" PRIMARIES with a custom made collector. Ceracoated headers as well. Awesome exhaust! ($3500)
Rear suspension is a 4 link with adjustable pan hard bar- very tight rear end
Car drives smooth at 60 and stops on a dime
Car will do a rolling 15 mph LONG burnout with no problem
One piece Chevy suburban top
One drivers door and one "half" door behind the driver. The mortician said he did not need a full door to move the baer pinsOne door on passenger side
Rear "hatch" opens up for a casket
Boxed and notched original Model A frame
Front brakes are 32 (?) Ford on a straight axle- Rear are factory drums
Rear end is a Ford 9" with 3:55 gears and a positraction-all new gears and posi ($1400 installed)
Rims are true wire wheels, not hub caps.
Tires are new and have less than 200 miles on them
Vehicle needs finished
Have single wire alternator, headlights, brake lights, marker lights and electric fuel pump
Vehicle has strengthened original steel bench seat with blankets on top
Steel floors welded all inside of vehicle
Since the mortician passed away in 2015, I have pretty much tried to put the car together and run way better than he anticipated.
I have even driven this to a few car shows and yes, I get great looks. It's so fun to drive!
I trailered it once to the first Halloweentown event in St. Helen's Oregon. I then drove to and picked up "Marny" (Kimberly J. Brown) and was police escorted to the center of the event. It was great (see pic of her next to the car, I have a few more too)
Vehicle is currently in dry storage. Purchaser responsible for pickup/delivery.
I have a clean/clear title for this 29 Model A. the title doesn't list this as a "home made car" but an actual 29 Model A. Also have 29 model A plates on the back. Registered with "classic tags" which means if you buy this in Oregon, you never have to pay registration fees ever, just title transfer.
Down payment of $1000- balance due on wire transfer. Safe and no fees

IF you need a trailer, I have the vehicle currently in a 20 foot auto trailer. For an additional $3500, the car can come with the trailer. Cheap towing and storage for the vehicle! (picture of the trailer is enclosed)

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