1925 FORD MODEL T CAB. Cab has been chopped 6 inches channeled 3
inches and sectioned 3 inches. Has a cowl from a Hudson. No side or
back glass. Chassis is a speed way motors outlaw T chassis with
coil over springs in the rear. Ford 8 inch rear axle that has drum
brakes and open differential. Front suspension is a ford 4 inch
drop axle with disc brakes. Also slider front spring. No front
shocks so ride is moderate. Steering consist of a corvair gear box
and steering column with removeable steering wheel to make it
easier to get in and out of vehicle. Brakes are manual with
proportioning valves. Dual master cylinder with new lines and
fittings. Electrical is accomplished with a set of king bee
speedway tri bar headlights and a jeep style rear tail lights.
Inside guages consist of oil, water, horn, and amp. Headlight and
tail lights all work. Brake lights work. No turn signals switch
installed yet. I do have one that goes with vehicle. Just not
installed yet. Drive Train is a Chevy 350 that has been rebuilt 2
years ago by previous owner. Engine has a new Edlebrock Carb, new
mechanical fuel pump, mickey thomson valve covers, hei distributor,
speedway 3 row radiator, stock cam, and T bucket headers. New
hoses, alternator, and starter. Engine is stock compression 9 to 1
and stock rebuilt heads. Engine idles smooth and sounds wicked when
accelerated. Gas tank is from speedway and is aluminum spun type.
Transmission is a th350 rebuilt with cooler in radiator. Has a
electric radiator fan that runs off a switch when needed inside
cab. New parts installed are as follows: Brand new 4 inch drop
axle. All new king pins and bushings. Redone overhead axle spring.
Spit Wishbones bought RECENTLY used and are perfectly straight.
Larger tires installed on front. (another set of tires go with rat
rod) Brand new Edlebrock Carburator, fuel pump, hoses, gas pedal,
corvair steering box, rod ends, etc. Nice Chrome wheels. Front wind
shield is plexiglass. No glass in side or rear windows.
1925 Ford Model T
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