1927 Model T Street Rod on 2040-cars
Hensley, Arkansas, United States
1927 Ford Roadster titled as 1927 Kit Car. Drives great, and a real head turner. Body, Chassis, and some accessories came from Spirit Industries. Chevy 350 with Edelbrock 3 Duce intake and Berry Grant Demon 98 Carburetors. TH 350 Transmission with a 2800 Stall Converter. The rear end is a S-10 Chevy Truck positive traction with 342 gears. Mallory Unilite Distributor. Paint is Daytona Yellow GM Paint Code 984. Front disks brakes and rear drums. The speedometer is not working. I used the Tac or a GPS to gauge speed. Deposit of $500 at auction closed. Full payment within seven days of closing. I have the right to cancel this auction due to local listing. Might be able to help with delivery. If you have any questions contact me at 501 580-4829. I have two sets of wheels. One is sport like mags and the others are steel smoothies. There will be a picture of the car with each set of wheels. You can choose whichever set you want. All tires are in excellent shape. I has all new axles and center carrier and brakes, see pictures.
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