This 1930 Ford Model A hot rod is a five-window coupe which is said to have been built by Bruce Bunker in Ohio, from whom it was acquired by the seller 10 years ago. Power is provided by a 283ci V8 topped with three downdraft carburetors and paired with a TH350 automatic transmission. The chopped and channeled steel body is finished in satin burgundy over a white interior and sits on a refurbished chassis with front disc brakes. This ’30 five-window coupe is now offered with a clean Maryland title in the seller’s name.The 1930 body was chopped, channeled, and refinished in satin burgundy. Chrome tube shocks, disc brakes, and an aluminum tank are installed up front. Other modifications include dual mirrors and a body-colored sun visor with speed holes.No longer have the covers shown on few pics. Chrome 15″ steel are mounted with Mickey Thompson Sportsman wide-whitewall tires in a “big and little” setup. Pinstripes adorn the radiator shroud, white-painted firewall, and rear deck lid.The cabin is fitted with white upholstery on the bench seat and doors complemented by burgundy piping and carpets. Controls include a white four-spoke steering wheel and a tall floor shifter with a layered acrylic knob.The body-colored dashboard houses instruments including a five-digit odometer reported to display approximately 1,200 miles, which is said to represent the total since completion of the build. A Mooneyes tachometer and a period-style turn signal lever are mounted to the steering column.The 283ci Chevrolet V8 breathes through triple downdraft carburetors with chrome velocity stacks and an aluminum intake manifold. Chrome and polished accessories include open exhaust headers, ribbed rocker covers, and more. A tune-up will be performed and new battery installed prior to delivery. A walk-around and driving video is available.