Vehicle Description

VINTAGE INTERNATIONAL SHOW CAR

This is a 70s era extremely high profile original not catalog built, its the real deal. The build focuses on using virtually a variety of years of Ford parts which are very tastefully chromed,  painted with Candy colors, upholstered and assembled. The car was built
strictly for International Car Show circuit. Has window stickers and decals as International show car circuit participant. In 2011 the
27 T Coupe began going through the process to becoming a drivable street car instead of nothing but
show car that was shown tilted up with mirrors to display all the chrome, gold plating, custom painted frame work
or sitting in climate controlled show rooms.

Upgrades beginning in 2011 were focused on maintaining its original
image and not updating to today's aftermarket parts. Anything done in 2011 will have date behind statement of work


FRAME, SUSPENSION and BRAKES:
● Custom fabricated Steel Box frame with round holes to lighten and add access.
● Car was weighed to determine the correct suspension modifications to provide a nice ride
● 1930 Ford front Cross-member 2011
● 1940 Front Axle
● Spindles 42-48 Ford Truck, Large square backs 2011
● Custom Box Frame,  Painted gloss black with hand painted marigold and cherry red scroll art work
● Polished stainless under pan 
● Custom machine shop fabricated Stainless Steel suspension side mount suspension plates for
proper alignment of suspension geometry 2011
● Posies custom built to vehicle weight super slider spring 2011
● Bilstein Chrome shocks installed at proper height and travel with custom machined 
fabricated Stainless steel cam shock mounts. 2011
● Radius arms modified to correct caster, axle adjusted to correct camber 2011
● King Pins with stacked Needle Bearings 2011
● Heim joints and custom length machined suspension tubes 2011
● Custom Stainless Steel steering arm 2011
●  Steering box is Corvair type. Cast iron all bearings and no bushings mfg by Flaming River.
with custom installed 1968 Mustang Pittman shaft 1 1/8” diameter installed to extend through
the frame rail. Output Shaft is supported in addition by a firm mounted 1 1/8”surface bearing
to prevent flex in Steering. 2011
● 1965 Galaxy 500 Pittman arm 2011
● Steering column is original 27 T Tube with roller bearings and a 1957 Chevy steering shaft
machined to fit. 2011
● Stainless Steel Polished DD Steering Flex joint to absorb road vibration 2011

Drives like it has power steering

● Volvo P 1800 Front 3 Piston front Brake Calipers rebuilt, modified width with custom machined
Stainless Steel spacer 2011
● Brake Rotors originally were not vented, installed 1978 Volare vented 2011
● Ford lug pattern
● Extended, hardened wheel studs with precision centering spacers for front wheels.


Engine, Fuel and Drive Train
● 1967  Cobra 289 Engine with “O” ringed block.
● Gauges are from original 1967 Shelby Cobra 289 and mileage is true
● Cobra Shelby oil pan from original build
● Removed cast iron heads and installed aluminum heads, removed cragar 6-71 blower, or MIA. since 2011
● (2) 450 CFM Holley carburetor tuned for blower and blower solid lift cams cams
● Tunnel ram with custom engraving to accent engine parts
● Shorty Stainless Steel headers with chrome exhaust all the way to exit
● Removed Moon 2 gallon keg and had Custom Stainless Steel fuel tank built to add ability to
travel longer distances by Gibson Welding in Destin, Fl. The Tank has baffles and properly set
Fuel Sending unit countersunk into tank, tank sump, Fuel vent to outside of the car with
baffles and drain to fuel when putting in a showroom or storing car for long periods of time.
2011
● Holley Fuel system with Pressure regulator and gauge 2011
● Rebuilt Carburetors with Holley ethanol resistant parts 2019
● 1967 4 speed transmission with ID tag shows to be from 1967 era
● Speedometer drive from Mustang 2011
● Speedometer cable custom built 2011
● Petronix custom curved distributor removed, Mallory distributor since 2011
● Performance ignition wires  2019
● Performance spark plug boot protectors, with heat shields 2019 
● Cooling Hose upper Dayco 71129 "E" 2011
● Cooling Hose Lower Dayco 72248 "E" 2011
● Radiator flushed, flow tested and fins straightened 2011
● Electric Fan, Relay, loom, wiring and mounts NAPA 8278024 2011
● Overflow tank 2011
● Braided hose covers 2019
● Starter and insulator blanket 2019
● Brake combo master cylinder, Slave Cylinder 60-63 Chevrolet Truck 2011
● Ford 9” Triple nickel chrome plate rear end with spool and 4:10 Gears
● Chrome rear Brake backing plates
● Chrome Brake Drums

● Stainless steel flexible brake lines

 


DASH and INTERIOR
● Dash and Fire Wall custom aluminum Machined and polished
● Original Green line Cobra Shelby dash gauges
● Matching Green line Temperature Gauge with sender bulb type 2019
● Matching Green line Fuel Gauge and Tachometer 2011
● Hardwood header console with CB Radio
● Custom Seat springs with Burgundy Velour interior
● Green tinted laminated windows custom cut and fit from 1959 school bus
● Green tinted glass etched with decorative roses
● Stainless Steel Sills and Chromed trim throughout


EXTERIOR
● Original rare 1927T High Top Coupe body in excellent condition
● Chromed side shields, running boards and trim
● Fiberglass replica fenders
● 63 Oldsmobile Tail lights
● Real Candy apple red paint
● Real Candy Black Cherry, Black in the shade, beautiful deep burgundy in the sun
● Naugahyde top and visor
● Hand operated Windshield wipers
● Tilt out front windshield with adjustment knobs.
● Chromed front windshield frame
● Original Ford V8 emblem installed as Trunk key hole protector

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1307038
  • Price:$39,500
  • Location:Navarre, Florida
  • Year:1927
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Model T
  • Exterior Color:Candy Black Cherry
  • Interior Color:Burgundy Velour
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Engine Size:V-8
  • Odometer:10003
  • Title Status:Clear
  • Aftermarket Wheels:Yes
  • Exterior Condition:Very Good
  • Seat Material:Velour
  • Tinted Windows:Yes
  • Power Steering:Yes
  • Electronic Ignition:Yes
  • Crank:Yes
  • Engine History:Rebuilt
  • Engine Condition:Running
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive