The Sleeper Files: 1929 Ford Model A (with video)

I’d like to introduce a new ongoing segment here on the TurboBlog, and it’s called “The Sleeper Files!” Anyone that knows me knows that I love nothing more than a car that looks unassuming, but packs a big performance punch. What’s more fun than blowing your competitor’s doors off after they completely underestimate you?

This week, we’re featuring what looks to be a stock, restored, antique 1929 Ford Model A. This one is for the true sleeper aficionados, as the owner has gone to extreme lengths to keep the stock looks while adding lots of serious modifications.

Click to view the full article on HotRod.com

Click here to visit the car builders website for photos galore.

Of course I must say, only one thing would make it better…a turbo!

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3 Responses to The Sleeper Files: 1929 Ford Model A (with video)

  1. Anonymous says:

    I must say that is the first time that I have ever seen a Model A on a dyno!

  2. Tom T. says:

    I know! That thing sounds so mean!

  3. Anthony says:

    Tom what is your location? Would love to pay you to tubo my 93 Miata yellow, just like yours. How much for kit and labor and parts. Ball park what it all cost? Even if you cant, would like feedback on cost?

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