Jeff Gean’s 1929 Ford Model A

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Jeff Gean’s 1929 Ford Model A

Jeff model a 3Jeff Gean is a long time friend, Coachmen Club Member and Listener of Horsepower for an Hour.

Jeff’s truck is a 1929 Ford model A and along with being one of the coolest we’ve seen, it’s also time period correct. The engine is a Ford model A 4 cylinder built by H & H Flatheads, The transmission and rear differential are from a 1932 Ford, electrical system has Jeff Gean Model A 2been converted to 12 volts.

Jeff frequents many of the annual Southern California Car Shows with his wife Kathy, together they enjoy the classic car lifestyle.

Thanks for Sharing these photo’s with us Jeff!!  If you have a classic car Jeff Gean Model Aphoto you’d like to submit, please send to:
cars@horsepowerbroadcasting.com.
We will have a national vote in September, the winner will receive a handsome Horsepower for an Hour trophy and be featured on our show.

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Horsepower for an Hour is a Nationally Syndicated Automotive Talk Radio Show heard all across America and in more than 182 Countries World Wide

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Donny is a Southern California specialty shop owner with primary emphasis on transmission and differential systems. He is an automotive technology graduate with over 30 years of experience. He and his wife own DMC Transmission outside of Los Angeles and were awarded “Shop of the Year” honors in 2010 and 2011.

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  1. Linda Kinyoun on

    Love the stories about our local car people. Jeff, Tammy and others are good friends and to see them get their car stories out there makes one feel good. When my husband built our cars it was for the love of cars. He also wanted to share with all the history and beauty of the car culture. It made him happy to see the smile on people faces when they saw a part of their history in our cars. I continue to share with all my husbands cars and if he was alive he would say “Good job guys”.

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