Model A Information

The Model A was available between 1928 and 1931.
There were some 42 different body styles, with a combined total of 4,325,725 cars sold in the US.
There are plenty still around, so take your time and find the one that is just right for you!


  • The engine was a four cylinder L-head cast en bloc type.
  • Displacement was 200.5 cubic inches.
  • The stock compression ratio was 4.22:1.
  • The Model A’s engine had a bore of 3-7/8″ and a stroke of 4 -1/4″.
  • Gas mileage ranged between 20 and 30 miles per gallon.
  • The carburetor was a Zenith one-barrel with an SAE horsepower of 24.03.
  • Brake horsepower was rated at 40hp at 2,200 rpm.
  • Wheelbase was 103.5 inches.
  • Tires were 440/450/21 or 475/500/19.
  • Gear ratio was 3.77:1.
  • The transmission was a three speed sliding gear unit with a 1 speed reverse.
  • The Model A had four-wheel mechanical brakes.
  • Shock absorbers were double action hydraulic Houdaille.
  • Springs were semi-elliptic leaf springs in the front and rear.
  • The Model A’s top speed was approximately 65 miles per hour.