Travel Back in Time in This 1929 Ford Model A

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On Tuesday, November 1st, 2016, CrashedToys will sell, via our live auction, a 1929 Ford Model A at the East Bethel, Minnesota location.

Released in 1927, the original Ford Model A was the successor to the famous Ford Model T, and was only available in four standard colors. Production on the Ford Model A ended in 1932 after more than 4.8 million vehicles had been produced and proved to be wildly successful. With such a rich history and signature body style, onlookers will definitely take notice of you in this classic Ford Model A.


Vehicle Details:

  • 12,934 Miles
  • Run and Drive Verified
  • Ohio Certificate of Title
  • Minor Dents and Scratches
  • Keys
  • Manual Transmission


Learn more about this 1929 Ford Model A here.

Want to see this 1929 Ford Model A in person?

This vehicle is located for viewing at the CrashedToys East Bethel, MN location, yard #112. Viewing and inspection are available by appointment of within special viewing hours for Copart and CrashedToys Members. Please contact the location at (763) 434-8822 for more information and details.

Want to place a bid on this vehicle?

You must register as a Copart or CrashedToys Member to be eligible to bid on this vehicle. Please note: if you are already a Copart Member, you are eligible to bid on CrashedToys items.

Pre-bidding for the 1929 Ford Model A will end at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 1st. Live bidding will begin one hour later at 2:00 p.m. Whether you are planning to bid on this classic or not, be sure to attend the live, online auction for this unique 1929 Ford Model A to see what it sells for!

Copart and the Purple Heart Foundation

This 1929 Ford Model A was a donation by the Purple Heart Foundation, with whom Copart is proud to partner with. All net proceeds on this vehicle will go directly to Purple Heart Services, a nonprofit charity that has been providing support to veterans since 1932.

Get a great donated car while helping a great cause! Learn more about the Foundation here.

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