1927 Ford Roadster Pickup. Chassis: Custom made one off chassis
with a four piece bolt in wrap around NASCAR type tubular cage
which is concealed by the interior. Frame rails are 2' x 3' x .187
wall mild steel tubing. The cage is 1-1/4' O.D .120 wall mild steel
tubing and the hoop is 1-5/8' OD.120 wall mild steel. This frame is
completely tig welded and very ridged. Front Suspension: The custom
made front suspension uses Heidt's polished Stainless steel rear
steer spindles. Custom made tubular upper and lower control arms
with stainless steel threaded adjusters. It has a Sweet narrowed
polished aluminum rack and pinion with polished stainless inner and
outer tie rods. QA1 billet aluminum adjustable coil over shocks
have a 10 position dampening adjustment with chrome springs. Rear
Suspension: The rear end is a 1957 Ford 9' with a 410 Currie posi.
It has a custom made rear track locator and an adjustable rear four
link. The rear shocks are QA1 billet aluminum adjustable coil over
shocks and have a 10 position dampening adjustment. The shocks run
off of custom made precision bell cranks mounted off the frame
rail. Brakes: Front: Wilwoods aluminum hubs, 12.25' zinc washed
rotors, vented, slotted and cross drilled. Wilwoods black anodized
billet four piston calipers. Custom made polished aluminum caliper
brackets. Rear: Wilwoods cast aluminum rear hats, 12.25' zinc
washed rotors, vented, slotted and cross drilled. Wilwoods black
anodized billet four piston calipers. Master cylinders: CNC triple
master cylinders for front, rear and clutch with balance bar.
Stainless steel brake lines with AN fittings. Tires and wheels:
Kumho Ecsta X6 tires 265/45 ZR16 on the rear and 205/50 ZR15 on the
front. The wheels are polished billet Halibrands 16' X 8' rears and
15' X 6' fronts. Engine: Chevy small block four bolt main 406 cu.
in. 10.5:1 compression, Erson 1.6 roller rockers with World Class
heads. It has a Quarter Master low clearance aluminum bellhousing
with a 10' flywheel and a Quarter Master 7-1/4'dual disc clutch
with a hydraulic throw out bearing. Custom made low clearance oil
pan with two side tanks. Edelbrock dual quad intake hot coated,
with two 500 cfm Edelbrock carbs., Mallory Unilite distributor,
Custom made Sprint Car type headers and turn outs that are hot
coated and a CSI billet aluminum electric water pump. Estimated
horsepower is 425. The rotating assembly on this engine is
extremely light and has incredible throttle response and it sounds
as awesome as it runs. Transmission: The transmission is a
completely rebuilt Borg Warner T-5 five speed from G-Force that is
set up to handle over 500 ft. lbs. of torque. It has a short throw
Hurst shifter with a custom made handle. Body: The body is a
1926-27 Ford fiberglass reproduction body from Lions Hot Rods. The
steel 30' bed is a modified Model A bed from Brookfield Roadster.
The paint is base coat clear coat in a metallic gun metal which is
a Chrysler color and is tastefully pin striped in just the right
places. The steel tonneau cover is powder coated in a black hammer
tone to simulate vinyl. The tonneau cover and billet hinges are all
custom made along with the roll pan. The tonneau cover hinges up to
access the rear storage compartment and allows access to the rear
suspension and the two Optima batteries. The tail lights are flush
mounted in the back of the body above the bed and almost disappear
until the brake lights come on. The steel grill is a 1929 Model A
that has been chopped and sectioned. The headlights are 1934 Ford
commercial with built in turn signals. It has Stewart Warner
gauges, an Ididit steering column, a Lecarra steering wheel and a
custom made Griffin aluminum radiator. Includes custom made
California Custom car cover.
1927 Ford Roadster
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