This rare piece of history is a 1927 Sprint T roadster. Built in 1976 by Ron Fournier of Race Craft, it was one of five models made, and one of only two that still exist. The only other survivor is in the Speedway Motors Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.
It has a custom welded steel frame, chrome roll cage, fiberglass body with sprint car nose/grill and belly pan. 1969 Chevy 350/300 H.P. motor, Edelbrock carburetor, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake manifold, Mallory ignition, TH350 transmission with Hurst shift, Ford 9? rear end with 4:10 gears. It has working head lights, tail lights, signals, horn and a full set of gauges. There is a 4-point harness system for both driver and passenger. The front suspension is all chrome with a 3? dropped front axle, transverse mounted spring, hydraulic shocks, 4-bar. The rear suspension is coil-over shocks and 4-bar. It sits on BF Goodrich white letter tires and Centerline wheels.
It is a rare find with alot of history behind it, and all the paperwork to back it up. Not to mention it is out of this world fast! Stop by today and have a look at this one of a kind custom today!
Note:The car is titled as a 1927 Ford Model T, not a custom build or kit.
Hot rod and lowrider were projects after coming home from the wars
Introduced in 1908, the Ford Model T was hand-built until 1914 when it was then made on a moving assembly line.
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