Real Wheels: Ottoville man’s 1931 Ford Model A popular at car shows


By Merri Hanjora - info@limanews.com



Merri Hanjora | For The Lima News
Don Dunbar bought this 1931 Ford Model A seven years ago.

Merri Hanjora | For The Lima News Don Dunbar bought this 1931 Ford Model A seven years ago.


OTTOVILLE — Don Dunbar brought his 1931 Ford Model A to the Westgate Charity Car Show. He has owned it for seven years.

Ford Motor Company followed up the production of its Ford Model T with the Ford Model A. Prices of the Model A ranged from $385 to $1,400.

Henry Ford’s son, Edsel, was instrumental in the car’s style. The Model A was sporty, attractive and well-built. The buying public loved the car, as it sold 4.3 million Model A’s during its four years in production.

The Ford Model A has become a hot rodders dream. It’s known as the A or A-bone among rodders.

Dunbar says his car isn’t used for daily driving, but he enjoys taking it to car shows.

Merri Hanjora | For The Lima News Don Dunbar bought this 1931 Ford Model A seven years ago.
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