Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is presenting an Original steel
bodied 1927 Model T. Known as the tall T. Now it's chopped 4 1/2
inches. 1934 fenders. Full custom-built chassis, adjustable
four-link, coil-overs. Narrowed Currie 9" rear with 4.88 gears. 408
CID Stroker. Small Block Chevy, Lunati crank and 6" rods. Comp Cams
supercharger cam, Comp Cams roller rockers, JE blower pistons,
Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum heads. BDS 671 blower, billet
snout, 1:1 driven. Demon 750 boost referenced blower carbs with
idle Eze. This engine is made for a boost. Runs on premium gas.
Mallory electric fuel pump, aluminum fuel tank. Rossler TH400
transmission, 3000 Coan blower convertor, with ballooning plates.
Leather interior with suede and tweed accents. Vintage air, power
windows, Billet Specialties wheels, Mickey Thompson tires, 4 wheel
disk brakes, AM/FM CD stereo. The key fob opens the door poppers.
The paint is Brandy wine and Purple. This older build is still very
presentable as it is right now. If you're looking for a nice driver
that will impress at shows, this is it. Chrome drop axles. Chrome
hairpins. more detail can be seen in the pictures! Don't miss your
opportunity to own a piece of American history in our Dallas
Showroom. It can be seen in greater detail including HD pictures
and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional
information please call our sales staff at 817-310-9400 or email us
at [email protected]
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