1930 Ford Model A Roadster

The Model A received a significant facelift in 1930. Wider fenders, a deep radiator shell, and the elimination of the cowl stanchion contributed to its fresh look.  Options for the year included an external sun-visor, a rear luggage rack, a rear-view mirror, and a spare tire rack Model As were the first automobile to have safety glass in the windshield.

During the production lifespan of the Model A, lasting until August 31, 1931, Ford Motor Company producted 4,320,446 vehicles. After this year, the Model As were replaced with Model Bs.

On loan from George McEvoy, Boothbay Harbor, ME