Ford 1930

A / AF

Ford A - French advert.

Model A produkowany w Europie jest identyczny z amerykańskim pierwowzorem

Ford Models A and AF are assembled at the company's Trafford Park, Manchester, factory from 1928 until 1931, following tens of thousands of Model Ts. The Model A is virtually identical to the American parent car, differing mainly in having right-hand drive. The engine is a 3285-cc (98.4 x 108 mm) side-valve Four, rated at 24 HP. For those customers who want more economy, including lower HP tax rating, there is the 14.9 HP Model AF which hve 77.6-mm bore but is otherwise similar. The AF have a cubic capacity of 2043 cc. Actual power output of the two engines is 40 bhp at 2200 rpm and 28 at 2600 respectively. Both cars have three-speed gearbox, 8 ft 72 in wheelbase, 4.75-19 tyres on wire wheels and a transversal leaf spring for each axle.