This 1927 Ford Model T Track T has a unique design and a throwback
powerplant that has the allure to draw you in at 1st glance. But
what's really going to have you pulled in are all the little
details that sets it apart from other T's. It was said to be built
by an indy car chassis builder who wanted to break from his daily
routine. It started off as a touring car body. The back was cut
off, doors lengthened slightly, and then re-attached to a shortened
back, all on a custom-built box section chassis. You will be
impressed with the build quality and the attention to detail of
this car eliminating the usual stray wires, ugly disfiguring lines,
and instead, giving you a clean and flowing look. Under the hood is
a 1953 Oldsmobile Rocket 303 CID V8 with a 3 deuce set up and
Edelbrock intake. Power meets the pavement with a Hydra-Matic
4-speed transmission and Ford 8'' rear end. The front axle is out
of a 36 Ford, and your front and rear brakes from a 48 Ford. Inside
are bomber seats, Stewart Warner gauges, Hurst shifter, and a quick
removable Model T 4 spoke steering wheel. This car has been
featured in magazines and has been praised for its build quality,
choice of powerplant, and the fact that it looks good from every
angle. This is one car you will want to have in your collection.
Give us a call at 763-999-1098 / 763-434-6565 or email
''[email protected]'' to inquire about this 1927 Ford Model T
Track T. WE ARE OPEN TO TRADES AND FINANCING & IS AVAILABLE!
1927 Ford Model T
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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