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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model T
  • SubModel: STREET ROD
  • Year: 1923
  • Mileage: 100
  • VIN: T6821507
  • Color: Dark Blue
  • Engine size: 355 SBC with Blower
  • Number of cylinders: V-8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Turbo 350 Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Chesterfield, Virginia, United States



This is a 1923 Ford Model T bucket that a friend asked me to list. He bought the car as an unfinished project and has turned the T into the beauty you see in the photos. This car has a thick fiberglass body on a rectangular frame. It has the classic front end with hairpins and tube axle. The front end parts are chrome or polished stainless steel. The rear is a 10-bolt GM. Front brakes are Wilwood discs with drums on the rear. The engine is a 350 Chevy that has a performance cam, B&M Forced Induction blower with Holley carburetor. Ignition is MSD box and electronic distributor. Engine has polished aluminum valve covers, air scoop and a chrome alternator. The exhaust is shotgun style and sounds awesome. Transmission is a Turbo 350 with a Lokar shifter. The car has QA1 shocks on all four corners. Front end has a chrome leaf spring and the rear has coil springs. The interior has new upholstery in tan vinyl. The top is also new and can be removed. The top's window is plastic and is clear. The interior has a wooden Grant GT steering wheel, AutoMeter white face gauges. Everything works - lights, turn signals, gauges - except the speedometer. The head needs to be replaced. We estimate the car has about 100 miles on it. The car has recently been painted by a professional shop. The body was removed from the frame for the paint. A local artist applied some pin stripe graphics to accent the body. The body shop also made the solid wood dash. The wood is from an old house and is about 100 years old. The carburetor has been professionally rebuilt and the engine fires right up, runs strong. The front end was aligned by a professional and the car drives properly. This car has plenty of chrome, polished stainless and aluminum - much of it purchased from Speedway Motors. Receipts come with the purchase of the T. This car is titled as a 1923 Ford - see photo below. There is a serial number plate on the firewall that matches the VIN on the title. This car has been registered as an antique in Virginia. Car is ready for someone to love and enjoy driving and displaying. Email any question and if you'd like to see this Model T call me at 804-five-nine-zero-0718.

New paint, new top, new interior, car is ready for someone to enjoy or personalize

Thick fiberglass body has a beautiful paint job done by a pro shop. Body was removed from frame for paint.

Tall top has a plastic clear window.

It has shotgun style headers - you can hear it coming

This T has two operating doors that make getting in and out much easier than without doors

It has lots of chrome and stainless.

Just above the Ford script is an LED brake light that flashes when ignition is on.

Driver side door and door panel with pocket. Door makes entry easy.

Passenger side door and door panel with pocket

Grant GT wooden steering wheel - column has chrome turn signal switch

Floor has carpet, skull head on shifter, e-brake works, custom real wood dash was created by body shop that did the paint work

Comfy seat has new upholstery

Bottom of seat removes to get to battery and wiring

Driver side of dash - red button works the ahooga horn, all gauges work except speedo that needs replacing

The fuel gauge works and tank is in the "bed" of the T body

MSD box and coil is under the dash for the MSD electronic distributor

Underside of the new top

The interior as seen through the top's back window

Engine starts right up and runs super

Engine has all the dress-up goodies - polished aluminum valve covers, air scoop, loom covers, chrome alternator, chrome trans dipstick tube

Holley 650 carburetor was redone by a professional. Blower is a B&M Forced Induction, owner added braided fuel line

Aluminum radiator and overflow tank

Note pin stripping on grill shell

Casting number on engine is 3970014 - 350 V=8 from 1970 - 1975 - could be two or four bolt main

MSD distributor and wires

Serial number plate on firewall

Title's VIN matches serial number on firewall - note titled as a 1923 Ford

Receipts come with purchase of car

This material can be used to create a grill insert - comes with purchase of the car

Front end pieces are polished stainless or chrome. Headlights are from Speedway and are chrome with turn signals.

Wilwood disc brakes on front

Chrome spring and perch - front end was aligned by a pro - car drives well

Air scoop and pin striping on grill shell

Chrome front wheels mount P215X65X15 T/A radials

Windshield with dual exterior mirrors - frame is chrome

Rear chrome wheels mount P295X50X15 radials

Top with clear back window

Note QA1 shocks, Model A taillights with blue dots, chrome cover on 10-bolt open rear

Bed has a 10-gallon fuel tank. Note LED strip light that works as a brake light

Pin stripe graphics on tail gate


Turbo 350 transmission has a chrome pan and Lokar shifter, transmission shifts firmly

Pin stripe on bed side

Top with plastic rear window

Wheels have tri-bar caps

Shotgun style pipes

Ladder bars

If you are seriously interested in this car my advice is to come and see it. The car is located in Chesterfield, Virginia. Car is a short drive from Route 288 which connects I-95 and I-64. Serious bidders can email me any questions or call 804-five-nine-zero-0718 if you’d like to make an appointment to see this car or if you would like the owner's number to talk to him.

Terms of sale: winning bidder should contact me within 24 hours of the auction’s end. If you cannot pick up the car right away send a 10% deposit within 3 days and make arrangements to pick up the car or have it shipped. We would like the car picked up within 14 days. If you need help with having the car shipped email me. If you live outside of the US you will need to hire a shipping agent to make arrangements to ship the car to your country.