After and absence of 23 years The Ford Model A name was reintroduced to the Ford stable. It was first produced in October 1927, but was not introduced to the market place until December 1927. The Ford Model A replaced the world famous Ford Model T, which had been in production for 18 years.
This new Model A was designated a 1928 model and was available in four standard colours.Within 14 months over one million Model A’s had been sold, and by July 1929, two million units had been built. Eight months later (March 1930) sales exceeded 3,000,000.
The Model A came in a wide variety of styles including Standard and Deluxe Coupes, Business Coupe, Sport Coupe, Standard and Deluxe Roadster Coupes, Convertible Cabriolets, Convertible Sedans, Phaeton and Tudor Sedans in both Standard and Deluxe formats, Town Cars, Fordors (five-window standard and three-window deluxe versions), Victoria, Town Sedan, Station Wagon, Taxicab, Truck, and Commercial. A very rare Special Coupe started production around March 1928 and ended mid-1929.
The remarkable Ford Model A production ended in March 1932 with 4,858,644 cars built in 9 different body styles. The Ford Model A was replaced by the Ford Model B.
1928 Ford Model A – NZ – GPS 56 from New Zealand [CC BY 2.0] – Featured Image
1928 Ford Model A – AlfvanBeem [Public Domain] – Brown
1930 Ford Model A – AlfvanBeem [Public Domain] – Black and White
1930 Ford Model A – NZ – GPS 56 from New Zealand [CC BY 2.0] – Coupe