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1927 Ford Model T sedan , 1929 model A chassis , rat rod , Tall T

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Location: Grant, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model T
  • Year: 1927
  • Mileage: 100,000
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1927 Ford Model T Description

*** this is as low as i will g, will part it out if someone want to buy the body or chassis .. Just the body say 250, the running driving chassis you put your body on it and go 350, call and i will put it up on a separate auction.
1927 Tall T seda, not choppe, done DRIVING register able hot rod . Body from Oklahom, mounted on a 29 Model A fram, all patch panels butt welded correctly (not crappy sheet metal over metal) split bones front and rea, front dropped axle w/ F1 drum brake, rear 1940 Ford with juice brake, all brake shoes and cylinders new as is all the brake line and the floor mounted brake pedal & master cylinder set up ....all new stuff. Tires are all new 450/500 - 21 inch on freshly painted 21" spoke wheels ..cool. Steering is a 1957 Ford column / bo, aftermarket Grant whee, directional s and horn button mounted to column. Dash has working speedomete, oil pressure and temperature gauges. Check out the NOS sparkomatic powerglide shifter / console in the car .
The drive train is out of a 1964 Malibu SS ca, 283cu inch / powerglide automati, all tuned u, new water pum, fuel pum, rebuilt carb the usual stuff done to a motor that sat for a few year, runs like a top . Exhaust is stock manifolds to aluminized pipe out the back with baffle, not to loud but ya know its there . Interior has a set of very comfortable bucket seats on adjustable track, windshield is new auto safety glas, no side or rear windo, 17 gallon RCI gas tank in the rea, carpet on the floor basic interior. Headlights are king Bee and tail lights are LED caddy . All lights wor, brake lights, directional, flasher, horn, speed, dash lights, you get the picture .
What needs done, take it to a front end shop and set the camber as the dropped axle and F1 spindles give you about 10 degrees too much camber which will wear out the brand new tires too quickly....... or not . up to you . Steering column sloppy in need of rebuil,
I have a open title for the car as a 1927 ford 2 door sedan for registration .
no trades..............no trades ......no trades