I have a 1928 Model A Ford sport coupe for sale. It would be a good banger project as a roadster. Very solid frame, doors, quarters. It is a rumble seat car. Running gear is all intact. Rolls and stops good. Doors shut good. $2,700 firm. No texting, 507 458 6778.
I would NOT even think of modifying this into a “roadster” it is too intact a sport coupe—you are only missing the rear bow and 3 support braces (which are easily made, or purchased) and, of course, the faux landau irons. This is a fairly small production body style; much rarer than a roadster.
It needs the correct hood, too, but still a decent start for a restoration. If I were younger and didn't have so many projects waiting their turn, I would have jumped on this one long ago.
Bob, I'll post a link over on a dedicated Model A website that is quite active. Maybe that will stir something up for you.
As a 1928 business coupe with a dealer installed rumble seat you would not even need the faux landau irons. If you could find a set of 1929 business coupe corner windows it would be a even more interesting car.
I do have a correct hood if needed.
I did be real interested in but don’t have that much free of money to pay asking price or a way to even get it to me.
If I had a way of getting it to me within a reasonable cost then I would have already bought it
Car is sold pending payment, Thanks.