Model A Colors

Posted by Rick Black on April 23, 1998 at 00:15:33

In Reply to: A Question About Color
posted by Bobby Crumpley on April 22, 1998 at 17:07:32

Bobby, there are many photos of restored Model A's on the Model A Ford Club of America (MAFCA) web site on the page "Model A Photo Album."

Although you can't rely on the accuracy of the photos, you can get a general idea of what the colors will look like on a sedan.You'll have to guess at the color combinations, because they are usually not mentioned.

I have a '31 Deluxe Tudor, so I'm very familiar with the available colors (if you want to be original).The MAFCA/MARC Judging Standards and Restoration Guidelines has a full list so check it before you start spraying.

You basically can paint the Deluxe Tudor Black/Maroon, Chickle/Copra, Black/Black, Kewanee/Elkpoint Green, and Brewster Green/Black.Wheels were Apple Green, Vermillion/Aurora Red, or Tacoma Cream.Stripes were similar.

I have an extra copy of the MAFCA Paint Guide I purchased by mistake; I'd be happy to send it to you for what I have in it ($20 including postage.)




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