Feature Car: Matthew Sharp’s 1930 Model-A Ford

12 Feb

Gracing the cover of issue 20 of Heavy Duty Hot Rods magazine (aka Genuine Hot Rods) is Matt Sharp’s awesome chopped and channeled 1930 Model-A Ford. Built by Matt and Tony Webster from Webby’s Speed Shop in Carrington, NSW Australia, the chunky metalflake orange tudor runs a mild Holden V8 for reliability and cruising grunt.

As you can see, this beast is an homage to the heyday of hot rodding, including tall bias ply white walls, Moon tanks and good old rodder’s ingenuity in making seemingly incompatible parts fit together to make a glorious whole. Be sure to see much more of the car in issue 20, on-sale now!

As always, we’ve got a series of FREE desktop wallpaper images for you to enjoy and strobist fans will find our lighting information and EXIF data on each image’s caption, too. Simply CLICK HERE or on the thumbnails below to visit our Flickr page where all the goodies lay in wait for your visit.

Matthew Sharp's 1930 Model-A Ford

Matthew Sharp's 1930 Model-A Ford     Matthew Sharp's 1930 Model-A Ford

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