Hot Rods &
Customs For Sale
This is where members of the Vintage Hot Rod Association can advertise their VHRA eligible cars for sale. To advertise a car, you’ll need to email us photographs, a full description, price and your contact details, all of which will be included in the advert. Ads must include a price, so no “offers” or “POA” please. Cars do not need to be complete, but they do need to be together enough to show that they meet the rules for joining the club.
There’s no fee for this service and your ad will run until the car is sold, so please remember to let us know if it finds a new home. This service is only available to VHRA members that are private sellers, not those in the motor trade. You must be a member for at least six months before you can use this service.
If you're in the market to buy, then please direct your queries to the contact details in the adverts, not to the VHRA.
1929 Ford Model A
Bob Booth is looking to rehome on his Model A Roadster Pickup. We'll let him tell you about it.
"Time has come to move on a real fun car…
1929 Roadster pickup
8BA flathead V8, 2 x new 97 carburetors, Sharp dual intake, 1939 transmission, 1934 front wishbone and dropped original axle, 1940 brakes and spindles, 1940 rear with 3:78 gears, 1939 pedal set, F1 steering with 1940 pickup column and steering wheel, original 1932 grille insert and 1932 k member, 1925 T gas tank, early big Stewart Warner gauges, Mallory ignition, cloth wiring,12 volt electrics, BLC headlights, Firestone big & little tyres, stainless steel exhaust system, new radiator, the list goes on.
Raced at Pendine and GOW!. A real nice VHRA compliant, proper early car with all the right bits.
Just moving it on as got too many toys and not enough time. I shipped it in a few years ago now and went completely through it. the V8 fires up first time every time, trans never jumps out of gear. Drivers door is full of bullet slugs and could do with a skin if thats your thing ,but personally for me it's part of the car.
Looking for £22,000