Launched in 1962, the Seashore Boys’ hit album “Surfin’ Safari” peaked at quantity 32 on the charts. Its catchy lyrics will more than likely get caught in your head after studying this verse:
Let’s go surfin’ now
Everyone’s learnin’ how
Come on and safari with me
(Come on and safari with)
And simply in time for summer season, your surf shuttle awaits:
The Decide of the Day is a 1929 Ford Mannequin A listed on the market on ClassicCars.com by a non-public vendor in Shawano, Wisconsin. (Click on the hyperlink to view the itemizing)
“One-of-a-kind 1929 Ford Mannequin A Woody surf wagon with matching longboard!” the vendor states. This Mannequin A wears a cheery yellow paint job and has reportedly gained awards at native exhibits. One of many pictures included with the itemizing exhibits the naked body of the automobile, demonstrating that its restoration was complete. The vendor provides somewhat extra context to the automobile’s historical past:
“This Woody began out its life in California and nonetheless has the California license plate on it. Nice promoting piece for your enterprise, or enjoyable to only cruise. Both method this automotive will flip heads,” the itemizing says.
The Mannequin A changed Ford’s standard Mannequin T and had a lifespan which ran from 1928 by way of 1931. Pricing on the time ran from $385 to $1,400, and physique Mannequin A types had been accessible in variations together with sedans, coupes, panel vans, cabriolets, and extra. This Woody wagon options dual-bar bumpers, a chrome radiator shell, working boards, chrome hubcaps, and – in fact – the surfboard mounted on the rooftop. A picket plank that serves as a rear bumper can be designed within the form of a surfboard.
The seaside theme continues to the inside which appears to be like straight out of a Huntington Seashore surf store. Flowered leis are hanging from the rearview mirror, beach-themed stickers are plastered on the headliner, a hula doll on the sprint, and a decal affixed from United States Browsing Affiliation (USSA). The USSA, by the way in which, has been disbanded since 1967 however was a legit group for a couple of years.
The itemizing concludes, “The match and end are excellent, and the eye to element is second to none, all the way down to all of the collectable surf decals contained in the wagon. What are you ready for? Don’t let this one get away.”
The asking value is $29,985 for this Mannequin A. Decide it up and go cling ten!
To view this itemizing on ClassicCars.com, see Decide of the Day.