Ford Model A car books includes the history and restoration of the Model A.
The Ford Model A was the designation of two cars made by Ford Motor Company, one in 1903 and one beginning in 1927.
The Ford Model A: A Color, Upholstery And Production Facts Book by George DeAngelis (1971) is the result of ten years of research. Original specifications, directives and drawings, date directly from Ford Archives.
Model A Ford Album: A Pictorial History Of The Fabulous Model A Ford From Beginning To End by Floyd Clymer & Leslie Henry (1960) contains over 250 photos, charts of all Model "A" cars and body styles, Model "A" technical articles, the fabulous Ford-Lincoln, interesting articles by experts, and trucks, parts and accessories.
How To Restore The Model A Ford by Floyd Clymer & Leslie Henry (1975 Reprint) initially concentrates on general information such as vehicle authenticity, restoration costs, then covers the various models before describing technical aspects of the vehicle and suggested restoration procedures.
MODEL T & MODEL A 1904 - 1931 Catalogue by Richard Henderson (1981). Fully illustrated with drawn and photographic depictions of the component parts with prices (for 1981).
Henry's Fabulous Model A by Leslie Henry (1959). A history of the model A containing much data and material not previously available.
Model A Ford Restoration Handbook by Gordon Hopper (1973)
The Model A Ford: The First Fifty Years 1928-1978 by Ian Irwin (1977) A souvenir publication to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Model A Ford in Australia.
Illustrated Buyer's Guide: Ford Model T & Model A by Paul McLaughlin (1994)
Henry's Lady: An Illustrated History Of The Model A Ford by Ray Miller (1980). The New Ford was introduced in December of 1927. With a rare eye for design, the very appearance of the car suggested character. It implied integrity and promised performance. Incorporating a radically different sliding gear transmission, shock absorbers, twice the horsepower of the earlier Model T, and only a slightly increased price, loyal Ford owners without hesitation laid it on the line and acquired a new Ford.
The Model A Carburettors by Paul Moller (1975)
Model A Restoration And Maintenance Handbook by Paul Moller (1991). Detailed directions for rebuilding, restoring or maintaining a Ford Model A.
Model A Ford Service Bulletins by Dan Post (1981 Reprint)
Original Ford Model A: The Restorers Guide by Jim Schild (2003) provides detailed specifications, vital to the serious restorer. Includes more than 250 photos of Model A's giving enthusiasts a hands-on connection with the car. Five million Model A's were made and sold from 1928 through 1931, and it's a tribute to the car that more of them are still around today than any other car of that era.
Restorer's Model A: Shop Manual by Jim Schild (1985)
Legendary Model A Ford: The Ultimate History Of One Of America's Great Automobiles by Peter Winnewisser (1999). Based on original sources and information from the Ford Research Center in Dearborn Michigan, this book is exactly what car buffs have been looking for. Loaded with anecdotes and more than 300 photos dedicated to the Model A's heyday (1927-1932).
Genuine Antique Parts Catalog: Ford Model A, 1928-1931 Undated. Complete parts and price list, wiring diagrams, hydraulic brake, color charts and model identification.
The Restorer: The Magazine For Model A Enthusiasts Model A Ford Club of America. Various editions.