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You’ll Be So Ready to Drive This 1929 Ford Model A Roadster When You See Its Matching Vintage Teardrop Trailer.

I love watching the Barrett-Jackson auctions on TV.

Of course, I can’t afford a hubcap on most of the vehicles that sell, but it’s so cool to see vintage automobiles in all their glory.

What’s unique about this 1929 Ford Roadster is that it comes with a matching vintage teardrop camper.

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Both the Model A Roadster and the teardrop have been fully restored.

Related: You’ll Enjoy Seeing This Man’s Tear Drop Camper Come to Life.

Inside the teardrop, you’ll find a TV, stereo system, interior and exterior lights, a gas stove, bed, and a cooler with a working sink.

Pretty much everything you need to live comfortably – and in style.

The Barrett-Jackson auction site said that this combo won many awards at car shows, and I can see why.

This all-steel 1929 Model A Roadster has a rear rumble seat and dual side mounts. Those are upgraded Ford wire wheels painted (an obnoxious?) neon green.

1929 Ford Model A Roadster and teardrop camper

The matching all-aluminum teardrop camper dates from 1959. It looks like it’s got a range hood of some kind with that vent coming out of the side.

1929 Model A Roadster and teardrop camper

There’s a 4-cylinder engine with a 4-speed manual transmission under the hood. Both have been fully restored.

1929 Ford roadster engine

Beautifully redone leather interior. The Model A comes with an optional grille guard and a Ford hood ornament.

Interior of a 1929 Ford Model A roadster

You don’t get a chance to see many of these vintage teardrop campers, especially one with a matching 1929 Ford Model A Roadster!

Unfortunately, it looks like you’ll have to pass on this one.

It sold at auction in 2010 for a whopping $34,100.00.

Source: Barrett-Jackson
Via: TinyHouseTalk

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