Information About the Model “A” Ford

"Henry's Lady," the successor to the Model T, was built at various Ford assembly plants in the U.S., Canada, and Europe in 1928 through 1931.  Model A vehicles came in a variety of colors and styles including two and four door sedan, coupe, phaeton (two-seat touring), roadster, station wagon, pickup, and commercial trucks.  All shared the same four cylinder, forty-horsepower engine, black fenders, and all had mechanical brakes. Many roadsters and coupes were fitted with rumble seats. No Model A had a radio, white wall tires, or heater as original equipment.