Cam Snappers of Newburyport's 1930 Ford

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The Cam Snappers roadster as it sat when it was advertised for sale in May of 2014. Photo courtesy of Hemmings.
Photo courtesy of Hemmings.
Photo courtesy of Hemmings.
Photo courtesy of Hemmings.
Photo courtesy of Hemmings.
Photo courtesy of Hemmings.
Photo courtesy of Hemmings.


1930 Ford Model A roadster owned, built and raced by the Cam Snappers of Newburyport, Massachusetts car club. The channeled roadster was fit with a complete Oldsmobile driveline, gauge panel and steering wheel. The grille shell came from a 1932 Ford. It was built in 1954 and used for racing. In May of 2014 the roadster was advertised for sale on Hemmings. At the time it had been restored, but it looked as it did when it was first built. It was advertised by Donald G Meyer of Lebanon, New Jersey, and the asking price was $89,000.00. Click here to see the listing.[1]


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