OT because it's a Model A: but today I think I found the very rare and sought after Model A 400 not too far from where I live: barn fresh. I won't say where though ;) I just wanted to share because I thought it was really neat.
Yup. That's a 400-A Convertible Sedan. Congratulations and I hope you can get it. There were only about 5085 made and just in 1931. Worth their weight in gold. Two of them are on eBay right now with high reserves.
The one I found is in a garage that is unfortunately falling down. It's a camp and the owners have let the place go to pot: haven't even been there in two years. The door is falling in and I saw it as I was walking by. The one I saw is orange I think. There's junk piled on it so it's hard to tell exactly, but it does look a lot like the car in the link. I know it's not a tudor though. However, I also KNOW it has two seats.
I have done a bit of work on one of those. While not a lot of them made in 1931, there are several in close proximity of Portland Or. They have a club for the 400A's. The guy that kinda runs it post on Fordbarn all the time.
Too add, even though it's a late 31 there is still quite a bit of wood in them, such as the floor sills.
Mark, the wood in these is only in the subrails. The rest of the car is metal except for the top bows which, is common for all convertibles of the era through the 50's. I have a 68C which is a little brother to the 400A. The 68C is the Cabriolet model with the slant windshield of which there were 7200 built. The slant windshield models are all outsourced Briggs bodies.
Found one running down the road last Wednesday near Lampasas, TX on US 281. He was running about 60 mph, had a 4 speed transmission with overdrive and I think air conditioning. It was a very nice car, dark blue with a tan top and 16 inch yellow wheels. They were off to a Model A shindig rear Georgetown.
Do you live in Russia? Are you sure the link you posted is not a scam?