Ford Model A Owners Manual

A complete scan of the Model A Owners Manual.

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26 Responses to “Ford Model A Owners Manual”

  1. Misty Burnitzki says:

    Hi everyone! I have an original 1931 Model A Instruction Manual. In very good condition. I found it in some of my Late Grandmothers things. I have no use for now it. I’m currently looking to pass it on to someone that could use it. Feel free to contact me with any questions at mburnitzki@gmail.com
    Thank You!

  2. Ron says:

    Downloaded the Manual for the Model A. Page 27 is missing. DO you have that page you could send to me?

    Ron

  3. Rick says:

    The manual shown on your page is a reprint and not an original printed-in-1930 manual.

    http://www.motormayhem.net/model-a-ford-reference-page/owners-manual/

    Regards,
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    Rick Black
    Medford Oregon

  4. Dave says:

    Hi Miles,
    Actually, it appears as though pages 38/39 and pages 44/45 might be the missing pages. The reason I think 44/45 is that it is the next missing link in the website link sequence. See the 2 numbers before the .jpg below:

    http://www.motormayhem.net/wp-uploads/2008/06/20.jpg (pages 36/37)
    http://www.motormayhem.net/wp-uploads/2008/06/21.jpg (missing 38/39)
    http://www.motormayhem.net/wp-uploads/2008/06/22.jpg (pages 40/41)
    http://www.motormayhem.net/wp-uploads/2008/06/23.jpg (pages 42/43
    http://www.motormayhem.net/wp-uploads/2008/06/24.jpg (missing 44/45)
    http://www.motormayhem.net/wp-uploads/2008/06/25.jpg (image page)
    http://www.motormayhem.net/wp-uploads/2008/06/26.jpg (image page)
    http://www.motormayhem.net/wp-uploads/2008/06/27.jpg (pages 50/51)

    So it appears as though your images, 2008/06/21.jpg and 2008/06/24.jpg are the missing upload images. If you still have those images, you won’t need to rescan those pages of the manual.. Hope this makes sense. Good Luck and thanks for the work you’ve already put into this.

  5. don swofford says:

    The body and fenders need to be completely removed to access the VIN number of the chassis/frame. That number is right behind the bolt that secures the front of the cowl to the frame. If you unfasten that bolt and try to remove the fender…you will bend the side rails under the body and might never get the doors to close and open again.

  6. Luis says:

    Alberto con respecto a la publicacion me agradaria saber si la paginas 38 y 39 son correctas o faltan desde ya gracias muy bueno todo

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  8. Alberto says:

    Thanks a lot for the owner’s manual!!! great info!!!
    but, pages 38-39 and 48-49

    Alberto Rodriguez Mathon
    Canelones City
    Uruguay

    • miles says:

      Thanks, I have been trying to find my owners manual to scan the missing pages, but it seems to have gone missing. If I find it or if someone is willing to scan the missing pages and email them I would be glad to include them.

  9. wendy says:

    this looks really helpful. can you tell me if there is a pin or something similar holding the firewall/gas tank to the frame? we need to find out if the original engine number was stamped on the frame under the driver side fender since we think that number was used on the title and the current engine isn’t stamped with the same number. This is where previous research of my husband indicated it might be, if it was stamped at all. thanks.

    wendy

  10. Ray says:

    Just wanted to know if the manual for the 1930 is indicative of the 193? I just bought a 1931 and it didn’t come with the owner’s guide, and this sure does look like what I needed, so thanks very much for this info.

  11. Serafín says:

    Felicitaciones por lo completa que es vuestra información, gracias.Serafín

  12. Pablo says:

    Thanks for your work, this is very usefull!!!
    I think that pages 38-39 and 48-49 are missing, could you upload them? Thanks anyway, pablo.

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