1929 A Ford 4 door Leatherback US $ 19500

1929 Ford Model A 4 door “leatherback”  The first Fordor Sedan offered on the Ford Model A chassis was the so-called “Leatherback” model, with a “two-window” roofline without rear quarter windows, covered in pebble-grain artificial leather. Promoted by Ford as the Fordor Sedan, it was intended to be a more comfortable Model A, and emphasis was placed upon the luxuriousness and quality of its interior fittings. Bodies of this style were produced by Briggs, in a leased corner of the Highland Park Ford plant, and became available in mid-May 1928. The design continued into 1929, after which a “three-window” design was adopted for future Model A Fordor
Recent nice restoration of a very solid car. Great appearance and a very unusual elegant body style.
Mechanically well sorted and runs as expected.  $19500DSCN0749DSCN0748DSCN0753DSCN0754DSCN0752DSCN0750DSCN0751DSCN0755