1929 Ford Model A Depot Hack (tribute) finished in light yellow and black. Depot Hacks were around in the 1910s and were built on Model T platforms and coachbuilders would make the rear wooden body. They were made to haul luggage and passengers to and from the train depot. This is powered by a 201ci L-Head Inline 4 cylinder that is paired with a 3-speed manual transmission. This is an all steel body car (apart from the wood cab). Riding on color matched painted spoke wheels. This has dual side mount spares as well. Rear gate flips down for easy access to the rear as well. Under the passengers side dash is a gas shut off as well. This is still a 6 volt system and has electric start as well. Black vinyl bench seats that are in great shape as is the rest of this build. Gas gauge is functioning as well. Classic Ford Model A Depot Hack (tribute) for sale now at Unique!
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