1930 Ford Model-A Deuce Roadster 1930 Ford Model-A Deuce Roadster built by the Stirnemann brothers of St. Louis. It’s powered by a ’49 Merc flathead backed to a C4 trans and rolls on ET-II knockoff wheels.
5 inch chopped grill shell. A custom hood has been made to fit all the modified parts. A 32 cowl vent has been installed in the “A” body.
The engine is equipped with aluminum Edelbrock heads, Fenton headers, 3 Two barrel carbs and a custom air cleaner to match the heads, and alternator designed to look like an old generator and a MSD ignition all made to look like old Ford equipment. Interior: Tan leather roll & pleat design on the seats, door panels, and kick panels accent the square weave carpet.
We invite you to come and see the car personally so you can appreciate the workmanship and craftsmanship for yourself! Overall, this is a great opportunity to purchase what is likely to be one of the finest Ford roadsters in existence today. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR POTENTIAL BUYERS: