1929 Ford Model A Custom Truck For Sale ( 1 ton steel body with customized chassis). 5.3L V8 LS engine (5.3L LS swap), 4L60E overdrive transmission, ZR2 rear end, A/C, rack and pinion power steering, independent front suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes, 15” Torque Thrust II style wheels, polished aluminum coil covers, custom exhaust with Flowmaster muffler, steel cab extended 3 inches, one of a kind custom built power tilt bed with electric wench, side storage compartments, Daytona blue exterior, chrome mirrors, tinted glass, custom interior with overhead console, SonyAM/FM/CD radio, Haneline white faced gauges, swing open windshield. This incredibly engendered street rod can be daily driven.
Ford Model AA is a truck from Ford. As the Model T and TT became obsolete and needed to be replaced, Henry Ford began initial designs on the Model A and Model AA in 1926. Basic chassis layout was done rapidly and mechanical development was moved forward quickly. Body design and style was developed and then outsourced to various body manufacturers, including Briggs and Murray. The designs of the Model A shared parts and materials with the Model AA Ford, notably the body, engine and interior. The AA usually received plainer interiors than their car counterparts. The Model AA followed similar design changes to the Model A during the AA’s four years in production, often delayed anywhere from three to nine months. The mechanical changes and upgrades were done during production of the vehicles. Body changes that occurred between 1929 and 1930 were also integrated into AA production, but leftover parts were used longer in the heavy commercial trucks.
Today, enthusiasm for the Model AA continues. Preservation and restoration of these vehicles remains popular. In the United States, there are two national clubs. One club supports the Model A/Model AA hobby and one club is dedicated specifically to the Model AA. The Model A Restorers Club and the Model A Ford Club of America, along with the Ford Model AA Truck Club work to support members with technical advice and support along with displaying members vehicles as they are being restored.
In some countries, like Uruguay and Cuba, Model AA trucks are still in use, more than 80 years after their introduction.