1931 Ford Model AA Stake Body Farm truck, 1-1/2 ton. 4-cyl flat-head, 201 cubic inches with 40 hp. 4-speed manual transmission, short wheel base with dual rear wheels.
The Ford Model A was manufactured between 1928 and 1931 and was the second huge success for Ford after its predecessor, the Model T. The Model A was offered in a wide variety of body styles and was the first Ford to incorporate the standard set of driver controls with a conventional clutch, brake pedal, accelerator and gear change. Shortly after the launch of the car came new trucks, namely the Model A and the 1½ ton Model AA. Built on a steel chassis with a 131 ½” wheelbase, the AA was fitted with stronger heavy duty leaf-springs. In 1929 a four-speed manual gearbox became standard. High pressure pneumatic tires were used all round, as were mechanical drum brakes. This recently restored truck runs and drives fine and has 400 miles on it since it was done. The pale yellow coachwork is in good order and the stake body is finished with oak sides and floor with stainless metalwork. These trucks are great for local farms, wineries, or your general store. Lettering and signage is all it needs! They are becoming increasing rare, especially in this condition!
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