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1927 Model T Coupe Nailhead T5 Hot Rat Rod Project 1926 28 29 30 31 32 Nail Head on 2040-cars

Year:1927 Mileage:12589 Color: Mostly green primer /
 What interior
Location:

Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States

Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States
Transmission:T5
Body Type:Coupe
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:Nailhead
Fuel Type:Fossil Fuel
For Sale By:Owner
Condition:
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Year
: 1927
Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Ford
Model: Model T
Trim: Not much
Drive Type: RWD
Exterior Color: Mostly green primer
Mileage: 12,589
Interior Color: What interior

 1927 Model T Coupe Project



NO TITLE

SOLD WITH BILL OF SALE ONLY



  • Custom built 2x3 frame, Z'd in the front and rear
  • Triangulated 4 link rear suspension, set up for Speedway coilovers (No coilovers included, has square tube spacers installed for ride height mock up)
  • New 4" dropped and drilled front axle
  • New spindles with new kingpins/bushings
  • New dropped steering arms
  • New Posie front spring
  • New shackles, hardware, etc. in the frontend
  • Original Ford wishbone that's been split, drilled and pie cut for correct caster
  • New tie rod/tie rods and drag link
  • New Vega steering box
  • Original Ford F1 truck brakes on the front, new shoes and wheel cylinders
  • Original Ford F1 rearend
  • Original 16" Ford steel wheels in front with Firestone 6.00x16 blackwalls
  • New steel wheels in back from Coker with Firestone 8.20x15 whitewall drag slicks
  • Steering is all done and connected. It uses a New Speedway steering column with quick disconnect steering wheel. New "DD" steering shaft with new Sweet Mfg u-joints. The steering wheel is an old 3 spoke.
  • The engine is a 1956 Buick Nailhead 322ci, was running/driving when pulled from the '56 Buick. It has an original Offenhauser adapter that goes from the 322ci Nailhead to a '39 style trans, then a New Speedway adapter that goes from the '39 style trans. to a T5. I have an Original NOS Schiefer aluminum flywheel for the 322 and a pilot bushing adapter from Russ Martin. A pressure plate and clutch disc is needed to complete the setup.
  • A new aluminum radiator is included but isn't 100% mounted and top tank needs completed.
  • The body was chopped when I got it, the chop job is pretty rough. The wheel wells, panel below the trunk lid, and lower door skins were replaced before I got it as well.
  • Custom made motor mounts, wishbone mounts, just about everything is custom built on it.
  • I've got some other misc. parts that go with it too.



In the pics below it has a 6x2 intake, it will come with an Offenhuaser 3x2 intake and 3 Holley 94 carbs...just to be clear, the 6x2 intake is NOT included. Other than that, it's for sale exactly as it appears in the pics below.



NO TITLE. SOLD WITH BILL OF SALE ONLY.


Located in Fredericksburg Virginia 22407


$500 Non-refundable deposit required within 24 hours of end of auction. Remainder to be paid in full within 7 (seven) days. Remainder to be paid in Cash, bank transfer, or bank check ONLY. Sold as-is, where-is. No warranty written, expressed, or implied. And as always, ask your wife before bidding.

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