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1926 Model T Sedan Kustom Street/hot/rat/rod/custom Chopped Channeled on 2040-cars

US $22,000.00
Year:1926 Mileage:123

Columbia City, Indiana, United States

Columbia City, Indiana, United States

Here we have our 1926 Ford Model T sedan Custom build. A FEATURED RIDE ON ScottyDtv on U TUBE . look under auburn 2014 traveling charity show.  Lets start right off by saying this is a right hand drive street/hot rod/rat rod! Now ur thinking it will be very difficult to drive a right hand drive vehicle! Wrong!! Everyday postal carriers drive right hand drive vehicles and most of Europe drives right hand drive vehicles! If they can do it so can U!!! and yes the pedals are in normal locations gas on the right brake on the left. It has a custom built steel tubing chassis with a 4in Z in the front and a 15in Z in the rear. With 4 link rear with a coil over shock system. In front we have a ford model a suicide style front axle with model B wish bones spilt with tie rod ends and custom built friction shocks. Also included in the front suspension is a factory Corvair Aluminum steering gear with a new 360deg pitman arm from Speedway Motors. Front spindles are factory ford 37-48 with a new Speedway Motors disc brake kit and a 2in raised steering arm. The body is an original steel Henry Ford 1926 Model T Sedan. It was in excellent cond before the custom body work was done. It has an 8in chop with the rear window being sectioned flipped and chopped 6in. the Visor is completely custom made as is the windshield header panel and the windshield still hinges and swings out. The roof is a custom cut Hickory hand scraped hardwood floor. Mounted down with over 30 polished brass acorn nuts. The cowl has also has a length of factory style hood welting that has been laid in place with more polished brass acorn nuts and house's the original 11 gallon gas tank. And to continue with the brass theme both door handles have been buffed to remove most plating to show there brass and copper construction and both radiator support rods are polished solid brass. The radiator shell is from a 1924 Durant Star and has been ornamented with the radiator cap topper from an 8n ford tractor. The radiator is a new Champion 2 core aluminum and has a new 16in electric fan mounted to back side to keep the performance 350 Chevy motor cool. The motor has a new water pump! New Fuel pump! New Hi torque starter and a Mercruiser one wire hi amp alternator. The ignition system is a new pro comp stand alone distributor with high voltage coil. The plug wires are 8mm from summit racing. The Holley carburetor is a 600 cfm and was rebuilt by us and works great. The new reproduction caddy/olds air cleaner sets off the look of the motor off along with the satin black Chevrolet tall valve covers. The exhaust is giving the car that fast racing look! They are sprint car style headers and have built in mufflers and are covered in a nice header wrap. Now for the transmission. It's a Chevy turbo 350 with a 2400 stall convertor and shifted into gear via a custom made shifter. (see pics) the rear end is a 1970 Buick skylark single track 10 bolt with a low 3 series gear. The tire's are new Coker Classic 6:00/16s mounted on Ford model B wire wheels with original Ford beauty rings. The center caps are new Aftermarket. The taillights are aftermarket model A stainless steel Stop lights. The headlights are Guide 903 brass tag lights with tags removed and holes filled. They are filled with new Tri Bar Amber turn signal headlights. Now lets go into the interior. The seats are custom made from sheet steel and have padded inserts. Now the Dash. This is a rare part here! It is from a 1934 Huppmobile 3 window coupe model W136. Few of these cars were made and even the fewer still exists. We filled all the holes on the middle of the dash and moved the glove box door to the left side of the car. Then we filled the factory holes in the center of dash then mounted VDO classic style speedo/temp/oil pressure gauges. There is a airplane style toggle for the ignition and a hidden key switch under the dash beside the steering column. Mounted to the steering column is the turn signal switch and horn button. All glass in the sedan has been replaced with new laminated safety glass. All side windows door and qrt glass still crank up and down. I am sure somewhere in here I have forgot something so if u have any questions please just ask! U can call or txt me at 260-715-188O. 

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