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1930 Ford Model A Phaeton: The all-new Ford Model A for 1930 was the first Ford to reflect the artistic influences of Edsel Ford. Lower and more streamlined than its predecessors, it was the most stylish low-priced car of the period. The phaeton represented a dying breed by 1930, as over 90% of American car production by this date was devoted to closed body styles.
Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan, L-head, in-line, 4 cylinder, 40 horsepower @2,250 rpm, 200.5 cu.in, displacement, 2,212 lbs. $440 original price.