Engine Size
Transmission Type
Body Style
Miles
Vin
Stock
MCE640
Video coming soon

1930 Ford Model A HUCKSTER Wagon Pickup

Just like its long-running predecessor, the Model T, Ford's robust and reliable Model A was a highly adaptable, basic design that proved to be an excellent platform on which to construct utilitarian but very handsome wood-bodied station wagons and “depot hacks.” Ford did not yet manufacture its own wooden bodies for the Model A, and consequently, all wagons came from a number of outside suppliers. One alternative was the commercial “huckster” body with a large cargo area at the rear.
The “huckster” was useful for many utilitarian applications, and restored survivors continue to remain popular among early Ford collectors today.

This Vehicle Was Done By Hudson Wagon Works In Iowa. Tag On Car States It Was #26 And Vehicle Was Done In 1980. According To The Current Owner This Wagon Has Less Than 2,500 Miles Since Restoration....

The 'Huckster' Is Not A Ford Model, But Rather A Converted Model A Where The Rear Of the Vehicle Was Often Fitted With A Wood Enclosure That Would Be Filled With Goods For Sale.

Features Stated By Current Owner:

Great Running 4 Cylinder Engine Believed To Have Only 2,500 Miles Since Rebuild.
New Plugs / Fresh Oil Change
Rebuilt Carburetor
New Air Filter Assembly
Rebuilt Gas Gauge
New Powder Coated Engine Pans
Electronic Ignition
New Fan Belt
Radiator Cleaned And Checked
New Instrument Panel
New Safety Fuse
New Exhaust Manifold Gasket
New AMP Meter
Generator Converted To Alternator
Interior Rearview Mirror And Drivers Side Outside Mirror
New Floor Mat

Other Recent Items:

Tires, Brake Drums, Brake Rods, Hub Caps, Steering Box Rebuild, Distributor Body, Hoses And Clamps

Paint In Cream With Wood Doors, Sides, Bed, Roof And Tailgate
Color Of Interior Seating Is Brown
Grained Black Vinyl On Outside Of Roof
Single Fender Mount Spare (On Left Side)

Hucksters Are Popular Among Hobbyists And Automobile Enthusiasts And Often These Conversions Are Much More Elaborate Than Their Early 20th Century Counterparts.

This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective.

Worldwide Enclosed Transporting/Financing Available

Basic

Year
1930
Make
Ford
Model
Model A
Miles

Engine

Engine Type
Engine Size
Fuel Specification

Body

Body Color
Body Style
Doors
Paint Type

Interior

Interior Color
Secondary Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console
No
Engine Size
Transmission Type
Body Style
Miles
Vin
Stock
MCE640
Video coming soon

Email Us

Contact Details

Finance Calculator