1931 Ford A 400 Looks Fabulous

The Elliott Museum’s 1931 Ford A 400 has just returned from a four month paint and body restoration. The car looks fabulous!

Thanks to Ken and Patrick Quirk of Antique Auto Restoration for a spectacular restoration. According to Jim Ferrare, the Elliott’s car curator, the car was part of the fleet of cars that the Donnelley family donated to the museum in 2012.

“The car had an older restoration and was showing its age,” said Ferrare. “We decided to send it out to have the paint and trim redone.”

 

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