Model A


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Model A

1. The first automobile model introduced by the Ford Motor Co.
2. The Ford Motor Co. model that in 1928 replaced the Model T. This model had a forty horsepower engine and was a much more conventional automobile than the Model T, which, by the time it was replaced was considered by many to be obsolete.
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I had a couple of Model A and Model T automobiles, Model T grain trucks and Model T farm trucks at the time I heard about the Model T conversions," he says.
Wendel notes in Farm Tractors 1890-1980, "whereby any Ford Model T or Model A could be converted into a small utility tractor.
Dick Lusk's parents bought their 1929 Ford Model A for $480.
Lusk, 74, of Rancho Palos Verdes, recalled his early memories of the car Sunday as he stood beside it and about 50 other Model A's on the lawn of Chevron Employees Park in El Segundo for the 50th anniversary of a local Model A collectors' club.
In the article, we quoted Marvin as saying he purchased his rare 1911 Heider Model A as "a basket case.
This author can testify to the accuracy of all that, because things were still the same when I "courted" in a Model A Ford, the successor to the Model T.
The McKenzie A's chapter of the Model A Ford Club of America is hosting a car display.
It could be members of the Worcester County Model A Club out for a drive.
Group antique auto: High Desert Cruisers Car Club, first; Antelope Valley A's Model A Ford Club, second; and A.
The first Ford car was the Model A, with a horizontally-opposed, 2-cylinder, 8 hp engine and a 2-speed transmission, both of which were built by Dodge Bros.
I like the sound of a Model A - it's unique, because it's just four cylinders and 40 horsepower.
Apparently, Campbell was protesting against the exclusion of her long-time friend Azzedine AlaE[macron]a's work in the Model as a Muse exhibit.