This Model AA Ford is powered by the same 201-cubic-inch (3.3 L) engine I4 engine that the Model A Ford used. The engine produced a maximum of 40 horsepower at 2,200 rpm. The engine featured an up-draft carburetor, six-volt generator, 2-blade fan, mechanical water pump, mechanical oil pump, electric starter and four-row radiator. All of these features were identical to the Model A Ford except the radiator. The engine could also be crank started if necessary by a hand crank that is inserted through a hole in the radiator shell. The Model AA was based on a chassis that was similar in design to the Model A Ford, except it was substantially larger and heavier to accommodate the work this truck was designed for. The body and paint are in very good condition. The metal is solid and seems to be all original body panels. The paint finish is near show quality, it’s not perfect, but it presents itself very well. The truck bed and side rails have been restored to a very original looking condition. The quality and craftsmanship were superb. The frame amp undercarriage are once again, well preserved and restored for a near 90 year old vehicle. Everything seems to be in good mechanical condition. The engine appears to be original to the truck and although I didn’t hear it run on the day of the appraisal, I was told by the owner that it ran and drove with no issues. The glass is all intact and in very good condition. The tires and wheels are period correct and are in very good condition as well. The interior was restored to a period correct look and is in very good condition. The instrument panel still retains its original appearance. All electrical components of this vehicle are original and all in working order. The suspension is original to the vehicle with the exception of any suspension parts that were replaced in the past due to normal wear and tear. This is a great, solid 1929 Model AA Truck that you just don't see too often.