1923 Ford Model T Hot Rod T-Bucket with FL title Frame & Body: •
Frame extended (to accommodate lengthening passenger compartment) •
Fabricated rear end assembly with an aluminum "STRANGE" 9"
positraction with 3.90 gears • Shock absorbers on all 4 wheels •
Disc brakes on all 4 wheels • Billet Specialties Street Lite wheels
with Mickey Thompson tires • Dashboard, splashguards and trans
tunnel are carbon fiber • All fenders modified to fit car • Turtle
deck modified to facilitate bottom half with license plate and tail
light openings • Custom billet headlights • Custom seats, rugs,
etc. by L&S Auto Trim • Lithium ion re-start battery Engine &
Transmission: • SB2.2, 358 cubic inch "Richard Childress" NASCAR
engine • Crankshaft "Winberg" fully counterweight billet with a
complete service including magnaflux-nitrite shot-penned reground
connecting rods for Honda bearings and polishing including
counterweights • New H-beam connecting rods • Bill Miller
Engineering pistons • Comp Cams roller camshaft and lifters •
Five-stage, dry sump oil pump, tank and all hardware AN fittings
and stainless lines • MSD ignition box • MSD pro billet distributor
• Fully ported "Joe Gibbs" aluminum heads with 7mm titanium valves,
retainers and keepers • Complete Jessel shaft rocker arm assembly •
Jessel timing chain assembly • Aluminum oil pan • RCR valve covers
have top-end oilers for valve spring longevity • Stainless steel 4
into 1 headers • RAM flywheel, clutch disc, pressure plate •
Richmond super T-10, 4-speed transmission • Hurst shifter
Additional Parts • NASCAR MSD twin ignition boxes, coils, etc. •
Rick Hendricks billet distributor for dual coils • M&M
dual-quad polished tunnel ram with carburetors. • RCR heads with
5/16" titanium valves, retainers and keepers • M&M fabricated
aluminum valve covers • 350 turbo hydromatic transmission built by
Rollins Automotive • 10", 3500 rpm torque converter
1923 Ford Model T
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