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Henry Ford finally decided to discontinue the Model T in 1927, there
was much speculation about the wisdom of this move. Ford's concern
turned to joy when over 25 million Americans flocked to Ford
showrooms in the first week just to get a glimpse of the new Model
A. In the 70 years that have passed since the introduction of the
1931 Model A Deluxe Roadster, this model is still the favorite of
hot rodders and customizers. Car lovers everywhere still admire the
efficient 200.5 cubic inch, 4-horsepower engine, cowl headlights and
rumble seat. No wonder Ford was able to sell over 50,000 Deluxe
Roadsters at $475 each. The 70th anniversary edition of the 1931
Model A Roadster is 1:32 scale precision die-cast replica that
measures 5 inches long and features over 100 hand-assembled parts.
Car lovers will love details like working steering; opening doors,
rumble seats and tailgates; and dual-opening hood with intricately
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