The Ford Company grew with new products and acquisitions, including several new Ford trucks and tractors from 1920 to 1929. The difficult post-Depression years of the 1930s, proved its ability with producing innovative Ford trucks and cars during this time. Between 1930-1931, Ford Model A trucks were changed considerably under the skin. Alterations included lower, wider fenders; stainless-steel (instead of nickel-plated) radiator and headlamp shells. Although the suspension used on all 1930-1931 Ford Model A trucks was the same as that of the long-lived Model T, the Model A truck was superior in every way and far more sophisticated.
(Kindly donated by Ford Otosan A.Ş.)
H:185 cm W:162 cm L:300 cm