This 1930 Model A is for sale in our Louisville KY showroom. For the last decade the patina look has been growing in popularity in the collector car world. Starting off strictly in the Rat Rod world patina was basically a way to make hot rod cheap. Paint jobs are generally the most expensive thing when it comes to building hot rod. To everyone's surprise the thing that people liked the most about these creations was the faded and not necessarily rusted but carefully preserved exteriors. Created after multiple paint jobs before being basically left for dead, the paint will begin to peel revealing the different layers and colors. Many believe these shows and tell a cars history while looking pretty neat doing it. This Model a has been given this look by a new technique which gives you the look while giving it a finish that enables you to keep it clean. Covered with a couple different colors from a grey base to the red popping through and a dominant black overall the job is very convincing. Cleared over and sealed with a gloss finish the Model A will look this way for years to come. The red spoked wheels look great and help in bringing the red out. Open the door and the black interior appears to be in good shape. The bucket seats are comfortable and look good wrapped in the black vinyl. The headliner is in the same material and blends well with the rest of the car. The period correct flathead lies under the hood and runs just like it should. Pull the choke and hit the starter with you foot and it fires right up. The 3 speed Tran's shifts nicely with while the clutch still has a good feel. If you have wanted a neat car for parades or just something different to cruise in this would be a perfect choice. Options on this 1930 Ford Model A include; Vinyl Interior and Wire Wheels wrapped in Bias Ply Tires. This 1931 Ford Model A can be seen, including an HD video, at www.gatewayclassiccars.com or call at 812-294-1555 for more information.