1923 Ford C Cab for sale in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Don't just look at the pictures. Don't just skim this description. Take in everything, as this 1923 Ford C-Cab is one of the most impressive and most complete street rods you will ever find. This is a truly a one of a kind Street Rod -and yes, she's street legal. Nothing about this 1923 Ford C Cab has been overlooked in regards to the detail, quality of craftsmanship, imagination, and originality. I designed and built this beautiful Street Rod from the ground up. During the first year it was shown at 16 car shows, won 16 1st place trophies and 8 best of show trophies. The customization, craftsmanship, originality, and performance really stack up. And even with a blown 770 HP hemi, you can still easily drive it anywhere on premium gas.
The C Cab is very similar to the T Bucket except it has the round C shaped hard top and this one also has side windows. Normally they have just 1 door on the passenger side so 1 door was added on the drivers side and the entire steering column pivots up and to the center of the car for easy access. This unique hot-rod was completed in 2009, and has only 9780 miles on it since completion.
The motor was built by "For Hemis Only" with aluminum heads and racing quality parts throughout. Built as mild as possible for good drive ability, but with its blower, this C Cab still puts out 770 HP along with 740 lb-ft torque. With that much horsepower, I went to Gear Star where they built its GM 4L60 automatic transmission for the horse power, torque, weight, rear gear ratio and tire size of this car. The rear end is from a C4 Corvette, it is a Dana 44 with 3.75 gears.
Construction began with a custom fabricated 1/4" wall 2"x4" steel, making for a very rigid and very strong chassis - quite important with the power this car makes. The front suspension consists of adjustable coil-overs hidden at the back of the car with stress proof shafts hidden inside the frame tube and an arm coming out on each side in front which is attached to the axle and gives it a full 8" of travel. This slick arrangement not only gives a more neat look, but also makes things easier to keep clean. Along with the C4 Corvette rear end the entirety of the setup gives a very comfortable ride with excellent handling. It also has a custom fabricated 47-gallon fuel tank with bladder and I have already averaged 15 miles to the gallon when driving on the interstate highway.
This was to be my final street rod and was built to be driven, so nothing but the best materials and craftsmanship were used; quality always trumped time. Every metal piece has been carefully plated or powder coated. Attention to detail abounds!
Car Features and Facts:
Engine Make: Chrysler 540 cid. HEMI with 770 HP and 740 TORQUE mild cam (good drivability) built by For Hemis Only
Blower: Polished 8-71 built by The Blower Shop
Carburetors: 2 Holley 670 cfm Street Avenger built for the blower
Headers: Custom built and Ceramic Coated with Internal Mufflers in all 4 outlets
Transmission: 4 speed with overdrive automatic GM 4L60 with 2800 stall converter built by Gear Star
Rear end: used GM C-4 Chevrolet Corvette Dana 44 with 3.75 gears
Front Suspension: Coil Over Shocks located near the rear of the car
Paint: Intense Blue with shaded Hemi Orange flames
Interior: Black cloth seats and 3 point seat belts, blue carpeted sides and top. Also Oak wood trim and dash
Chrome: done by Custom Plating Specialist
Wheels: Front Cragar SS 15" X 4" Rear Polished Colorado Customs 20" X 15"
Tires: Front - BF Goodrich P155/80R15 Rear Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/R 31 X 18.0R20
Brakes: 4-wheel disc brakes
Pictures: Included is a photo CD of the motor build, list of all the motor parts and dyno sheet
Title: Clear, titled as a truck in 2004
Appraisal: Appraised in 2009 for insurance purposes at $120,000.00 with papers.
This 1923 Ford C Cab is truly a work of art and superb craftsmanship. The pictures look good but it must be seen in person to really appreciate it's perfection and beauty. We are moving on with our lives towards retirement and can not take the car with us, so you could be the next owner of this car at far less than the appraised value. I am not asking for a dime for all my build time, I'm not even asking to get out all the money I invested in it for parts and material. You would be getting a perfect running beautiful car and be the envy of everyone. If you would like to view this 1923 Ford C Cab just contact us through through this website and supply your email address and/or phone number so I can get back to you promptly, Thanks for your interest, Randy.
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