Just wondering what make and model this would be
Looks like a Model A Coupe.
does it not look a little to long ?
or is it just me today ?
I don't know, but (for a Model A) the roof line looks a bit long compared to the size of the trunk in the above picture?
Here's a 1929 model A coupe for comparison:
Definitely looks like a '30-'31 Model A Coupe body, belting looks right (pic is kinda small though), fender panel has correct beading, inside trunk braces match Model A bracing, rain gutters look correct. Probably the angle of the picture is throwing you off on roof length.
The missing fender doesn't help either.
Could also be a '32 Std. Coupe.
Here is another more detailed pic:
I don't know what it is.
30-31 ford coupe, funny how the roof looks long in one pic and normal in the other. looks like a fun pile to shop in
model a pickup next to it, a sedan next to that and another a tudor in front of it
Yep, 30-31 Model A Coupe.
All I can see is a TT box cab with a bunch of clutter around it !
It's a 30-31 5 window Model A Ford Coupe, probably D-lux. Looks like it had at one time a rumble seat too, you can see a rumble's hinge in the trunk and the catch on the upper lip. By that rear window track I'd say it also had a roll down rear window...too bad it's sitting there, I had one once...wish I still had it, it was fun car, miss the old girl I do.
Door looks longer than normal and rear window may be larger, Might be someones adaption.
FWIW Looks like a T Tudor to it's left.
The relevant link
I just saw that hoard/collection discussed at Facebook.
"They are in Eastern, WA near Yakima"
"I've been here, at the time Mr Snider was not selling, there is tons . like new parts and whole complete cars in buildings that are not rusted, model t screen side, 38 ford truck, international, I have hundreds of pictures of all of them which he let me take. Mr Snider was in his 90's and still collecting. I hope he's still alive, has been about 6 years since I've been there."
"That place is HUGE too! He has stacks upon stacks upon stacks of parts, too many 20-40's too even imagine! I'm glad he's selling...when I saw it in the early 2000's he wasn't. Five windows, etc right next to the highway....tease!!!"
"I checked not long ago and the guy wasn't selling anything. Very nice guy though."
The diff. housing looks like Model A.
The steel truck cab is actually an AA cab. It has the extra rib/bead running from the back window out towards the bigger bead.
There certainly are a LOT of Model A's there! I noticed the rumble seat latch, and the stamped rear fender brace, but don't see the pocket for the roll-down window--if that's there then it is a '31 body Only definite thing I can tell you is 30-31 coupe with rumble seat.
Wooo, I'd love to have any of those sedans, especially if they're a 4 door. Are any of these poor old darlin's for sale? or is it somebodies rotting collection?