I didn't know that the 1st Model A's had been made into replicas, very cute car for sale. Not connected to the sale.
Maybe this needs to be in Classifieds, sorry.
It is nice! Too bad it's a rep., but then if it weren't I wouldn't even be able to afford to LOOK at it! LOL
There is a yahoo group called horseless carriage replicas. The fellows in this group are extremely talented in re-creating good looking replicas of the early cars. Most of them use atv or lawn mower engines, but some even build their own replicas of the original engines. I think they also have a regular website.
Put two matching lights on it, polish up the brass and drive the heck out of it! Even has a title.
Someplace in my stuff I have (or they are lost it's been maybe 30 years since I last saw them) the plans to build a similar car but not as nice and more simple. I think it was called the Dalton. The plans were sold by Popular Mechanic's back in the 60's or 70's.
I have 3 scratch-built vehicles and belong to the Horseless Carriage Replicas. My Curved Dash Olds is full sized, 13hp gas. my 1897 Olds Trap is 13hp gas, my 1910 REO truck is 3cyl diesel. Some of the cars in the Club are really convincing, made to scale, running and driving perfectly. Come on over and take a look....http://www.horselesscarriagereplicas.com
I believe that this replica was sold by Sears Roebuck.