Professionally built by national award-winner Charles Spencer of
Charly's Garage, this 2015 AMBR-contending car began life around a
221ci Model B "banger" engine paired to a 4-speed manual
transmission. The engine was built by Taylor Engine shop and
features a Serr-Miller overhead valve conversion and has been
converted to a crank trigger ignition. Additionally, the engine has
a custom intake that supports two side-draft S&S carburetors
and completely custom stainless headers and exhaust. The engine has
been smoothed and painted matte black with gloss black highlights
and lots of polished goodies. It attaches to a '39 transmission
that sends drive to a Winters Performance Quick Change rear
differential. The body is a '26 Ford Model T that sits on a
rectangle chassis. The chassis has semi-elliptical rear springs, a
4-inch drop axle, and custom friction shocks front and rear. The
car has a complete belly pan. The Model T has built-in headlight
mounts that hide all wiring, and the front brakes are Buick drums
with Wilwood brakes mounted inside. The interior is all distressed
leather with custom bomber seats and custom Classic Instruments
gauges, as well as Von Dutch-style pinstriping. The paint is Axalta
Black ChromaPremier base and ChromaPremier clear. The deep black is
set off by the red wheels and matte black touches. This car has
been featured in Rodding USA magazine.
1926 Ford Model T
Interior Color:WASHED SADDLE
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