1930 Model AA Truck chassis for sale. The engine seems complete but is seized. 4 speed transmission and clutch are operable. Period retrofitted with Model BB rear-end and rear springs. The rear end will turn and is not seized.
I have the fenders, splash aprons and the fender brace with headlights.
(Will post pictures at later date)
Com'on, she needs a good home!
A new project for you?
Pete: Have you tried the classifieds on aa-fords.com
Well, not yet. I'm trying to get this thing seen as much as possible. I just put an ad up on FordBarn, AA-Fords is next, then Craigslist. I've been busy with other things, so I'm a little behind. I will try to put some pictures up soon.
Here you go everybody, PICTURES!
Come on guys! Just look at her, she needs a good home! I'm sure she'd get along fine with your Model T...
Come on guys... I'm begging you, give her a good home. Her name is Phoenix, and I need this perfectly, innocent 1930 Model AA gone before the swap meet in Chickasha. I mean, when you leave your Model T alone in the cold, dark garage, don't you think they get lonely?
I would sure love to want that.
Does the BB rear end allow it go faster than a regular AA?
Dave I better shy away.To many projects now.
A fellow was bringing me a Model A chassis with a Mack truck rear axle welded under it a year or so ago and aint brought it.It was to wide to haul on my trailer.
Jerry, I'm not sure, but it might! I think BB's went around 45-50mph or something like that. A little faster than your standard AA...
PRICE DROP! Now $700!
Will deliver for $0.40 per mile.
Please call: 61five-3one9-seven57eight
I can't swear by it, but that does look like the "high speed" rear end, FWIW.
Thats a shame that the engine was left to go to hell...if the three spark plug holes were closed off maybe the engine would turn over. Probably still salvageable to someone with the time and know-how and all. Man that's a heckuva stack of springs in the rear end. Hope you unload it Pete, not really a bad price for someone wanting to build a heavy duty truck.
the running Motor now in my Sport Coupe was sitting in a frame out in a front (yes, front)yard for decades--I could never get it until it ended up in the salvage yard. No spark plugs in all that time. I had to use a 4x4 to pound the pistons out of it, but it was rebuildable!
Tim, it had all four spark plugs when I got it. I was able to remove all but the one you see in the photos. David, I sorta tried that technique, I wasn't brave enough to take a sledge hammer to it though...
So Peter,Have you decided to build a speedster with something else? Bud in Wheeler.
List it on Fordbarn or Craigs list.
Kenneth, no. I have decided to save my money and invest it into my 1926 Fordor. Mark, I have already listed it on Fordbarn and the AA-Fords classifieds. Craigslist is next.
I like the idea of putting the $$ into the Fordor. One of those is next on my "acquisition list"...Need something enclosed to haul friends in when it's chilly or windy, or whatever. Open cars sometimes just don't cut it. I would be a bit leery of Craigslist though..seems like it is a "creep magnet"... JMO
On the wrong side of the world for me.
Tim, you could build a bus out of this Model AA!
But seriously, I need this thing gone before the swap meet in Chickasha. Please somebody give her a good home!
$700, will deliver at $0.40 per mile.
Alright everybody! PRICE DROP! NOW $650
Now $650! Will deliver for $0.40 per mile.
MUST GO BEFORE CHICKASHA! I really need this gone.
MUST GO THIS WEEK!
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