1928-1931 Model A & AA Parts
In 1927, Ford introduced the Model A to replace the discontinued Model T. The Model A stayed on the market until 1932, with a total of 266,768 produced in Canada and 4,849,340 in the United States.
The Model A boasted more advanced technical features and aesthetic options than the Model T. This was in response to competitors who had begun outselling the utilitarian Model T by offering more modern and customizable features in their vehicles while staying at a similar price point. Fortunately, the Model A was a significant enough revamp for Ford to once again pull ahead of competitors and reclaim its title as best-selling car in America.
George Moir Antique Auto Parts has a thorough selection of parts for your Model A or Model AA. Parts can be purchased at our warehouse or through our catalogue. We are dedicated to helping our customers with their restoration projects, not only through our broad range of parts, but also through sharing our knowledge and expertise on early Fords.