FORD MODEL A Model Y 5 CWT 1933

vehicle overview

1933 Ford Model Y Short Rad 5 CWT Van. Beautifully restored in Maroon and Cream with matching leather upholstery. The Ford Model Y is an automobile that was produced by Ford Britain, Ford SAF and Ford Germany from 1932 to 1937. It was the first Ford automobile specifically designed for markets outside the United States, replacing the Model A in Europe. It was in production in England, where it is sometimes remembered as the "Ford Eight",[2] reflecting its fiscal horsepower rating, from 1932 until September 1937. This cracking van is a rare pre November 1933 model with the straight front bumper and 9-louvre bonnet. Many thousands have been spent on restoration and it is in excellent condition all around. The private registration number stays with the van and is included in the sale. Ideal for a collector or promotional vehicle. Attention and admiration where ever it goes. The whole concept of purchasing a light commercial for private classic motoring combined with its advertising potential is one we have enjoyed for many years and proved to be an enormous success. Without doubt the most economical and successful form of advertising known to man! In summary if you are looking for a small van that is ready to go then this is well worth a look. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit cards accepted. Please call for further information. Free U.K mainland delivery.

Price

£15,995

Key Facts

  • Body type: Other
  • Fuel type: Petrol
  • Transmission: Auto
  • Engine size: 933 cc
  • Colour: Cream
  • Miles: 23,000
  • Road Tax 12 months: Zero Rated
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Contact Details


Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only
Ryehill Close
Lodge Farm
Northampton,
Northamptonshire,
NN5 7UA

01604 593445
07854 641947


mark@morseclassics.co.uk