This paper presents a dynamic specific-factors model with money introduced through a cash-in-advance constraint. Two types of consumption goods are produced, and three types of factors—labor, capital, and land—are used. The cash-in-advance constraint is imposed on different sets of goods. When the constraint is imposed exclusive of the investment, inflation affects the pattern (and volume) of trade through a commodity-substitution effect. When the constraint is imposed inclusive of the investment, inflation may affect the pattern of trade through both the commodity-substitution effect and the factor-supply effect. In each case, we examine and prove the dynamic stability property of the steady-state equilibrium.