Classics: Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus - PressFrom - US
  •   
  •   
  •   

ClassicsHaul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus

20:40  17 september  2019
20:40  17 september  2019 Source:   motorious.com

Haul Your Classics With A Classic 1947 Chevrolet Snub Nose COE

Haul Your Classics With A Classic 1947 Chevrolet Snub Nose COE This is a stylish way to get your car to the track. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); If you have a car you don’t want to drive on the road, for whatever reason, there are multiple ways to transport it. This 1947 Chevrolet Snub Nose COE is perhaps the most stylish option, if you really want to impress upon arrival. It’s been restored in glorious fashion, making it every bit as desirable as the cars you could haul on the back.

Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus
Haul Everybody Using A 1929 Ford Model A School Bus

Kick it “olde school” in style.

VIDEO: New Vs Old Shelby GT350R

VIDEO: New Vs Old Shelby GT350R Does the 2016 model hold up against the original 1965? Recently, V8TV took a comparative look at the original 1965 Shelby GT350R, a race car that ruled the tracks during the muscle car golden age, and the 2016 Shelby GT350R. Despite these two vehicles sharing a nameplate, there’s a lot that’s different about them. How exactly do they stack up? The results may surprise you. Shelby ditched pretty much everything it could to shed weight on the 1965 car, using plexiglass for windows, dumping the heater, and not including a radio, to name a few things.

It’s really pretty amazing the things the Ford Model A was used to do back in the day. A truly diverse, tough-as-nails, hardworking American vehicle, it filled plenty of roles in the economy. One particularly interesting example is this 1929 Ford Model A Custom School Bus. It features a custom body that was typical of what was used in many rural parts of North America to transport children during the 1920s and 1930s to the local schoolhouse. Now you can buy this unique classic, injecting some serious fun into your car collection.

Bring this classic Ford Model A to any event and you’re guaranteed to have everyone talking as soon as you come into view. There’s no missing that bright yellow school bus exterior, complete with “Olde School Bus” written in black lettering on the sides and in yellow across the front of the raised roof. That lettering is done in vinyl, so you can remove it and add whatever you like.

Haul Some Sunshine Into Life With A 1969 Volkswagen Type 2 Pickup

Haul Some Sunshine Into Life With A 1969 Volkswagen Type 2 Pickup This is the not-large pickup truck you’re looking for. Call it the Microbus, Kombi, or Transporter, the Type 2 is one of the most iconic VW models ever. Just about any person on the street knows one when they see it, even if they’re not schooled in the technical background of the vehicle. That’s what makes this 1969 Volkswagen Type 2 Pickup so much fun, because it puts an unexpected, zany twist on an old favorite. Painted Elm Green with a Cloud White roof, that was the original color scheme done by dealer John Heishmans Volkswagen in Arlington, Virginia.

As is the case with any quality custom build, the details are everything, and this one doesn’t skimp. Emergency red lights mounted to the vehicle add just a little more authenticity to this bus. The chrome stone guard for the grille adds a nice high-end element, matching the headlight surrounds and eyebrows. A fantastic chrome quail ornament is fun. Even the windshield brow, which has been painted yellow to match the roof and other body panels, really adds a subtle touch to this ride.

Fold down the custom rear step for access to the rear seating. Up to 10 people can fit back there at a time, so this ride could be just as much a party bus. The roof isn’t too high, plus this Ford is pretty short, so garaging it to keep this classic out of the elements shouldn’t be a problem.

Driving this Ford is a blast. The 4-cylinder and 4-speed manual transmission work great. You’ll also find the cab has an authentic setup with the gauge cluster, steering wheel, and gear shift. To make an offer on this ride, contact Volo Auto Museum.

Read More
Check Out This All-Electric Motor-Swapped FJ40 Land Cruiser
200 Cars Head To Corpus Christi Old Car Museum Auction

Read More

Buy A 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control.
Nobody can say no to a face like that. It’s amazing how affordable many classic Jeeps models still are these days, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see their prices start to climb. After all, the Jeep brand has become a darling not only for Americans but many people around the world. That’s why grabbing this 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW Forward Control isn’t a bad idea, whether you’re just looking for an investment vehicle or something unique and cool to drive to events. Just under 2,600 of these were made for the 1960 model year, so it’s not like they’re growing on trees these days.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 1
This is interesting!