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1927 Ford Track T Roadster Model T A Sprint Hot Rod

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model T
  • SubModel: Model T
  • Type: Roadster
  • Year: 1927
  • Mileage: NA
  • VIN: HTP108TT0006XXXXX
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: V8 Chevy
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Brown City, Michigan, United States

Description

This 1927 Ford Track-T Roadster was built on the East Coast 30+ years ago to mimic the Ron Fournier (Race Craft) sprint style

roadsters. There are only two of the 6 original examples known to exist. (One of the originals is currently for sale at www.pappisgarage.com listed under 1927 sprint T roadster.) This onehas been built to a higher performance degree than the originals with a tremendous amount of documentation. Original build photographs, blueprints, and receipts will be included.It is built on a 1927 custom Model T Ford frame (braced and Z’ed). The body is fiberglass (built by HI-TEC PRODUCTS of Beaverton, Oregaon) with a sprint car nose and grill and an aluminum hood. It sat for 25+ years prior to my purchase. The engine oil, fuel, and radiator fluid have all been drained and everything has been cleaned and flushed. It runs STRONG and drives great. The car has not been used since I purchased it from the estate of the original owner. The car was approximately 95% finished before the original owner was unable to complete it. The minor things needed for the final finish have been purchased and mostly installed. The new still in the wrap Speedway interior is in place but not installed. The Lokar emergency brake handle and billet side mirrors are included, but also not installed. The car was finished to an extremely high degree but has been sitting for a long time. The custom paint on the body chassis is in extremely nice condition. The paint and burnishing on the nose is a work of art. The 9” Currie rear end and underbody of the car are painted a high standard. However, some of the billet aluminum needs polishing, there is minor pitting on some the chrome of the front shocks, suspension parts and lower link bars. The rear bars are all stainless steel. Some of the paint on the engine block and transmission is starting to lift. Other than that, there are no known issues. This car is being offered with a clean Michigan 1927 Ford title at no reserve. I encourage questions and welcome inspections. I will work with your shipper to help with prepaid delivery. Please check my eBay feedback, view all technical data and pictures, and understand that this car is being sold as is/where is. If needed, I can forward video of the car running and driving. This car is also being offered locally and I reserve the right to end this auction at any time. I am selling some of my collection and moving on to other things. This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase an early sprint style roadster at a great price.



Track T Roadster


Engine 350 cu in



Block


1. Original 350 cu in (4-bolt main) bored .030 (355 CID)


2. Deck milled align honed


3. Cleaned and final cross-hatch honed



Crank


1. Steel LT1 (New)


2. Balanced, magna fluxed, micro polished oil passages, relieved and beveled


3. ARP Main bolts



Rods and Pistons


1. Oliver forged steel rods with super high tensile steel 7/16 rod bolts


2. Full float wrist pins


3. TRW 12.5 to 1 forged pistons


4. Hand fitted molly rings


5. Rods, cranks, and pistons (balanced to 2/10 of a gram)


6. Michigan 77” rod and main bearings



Heads


1. Brand new “fuely” Corvette 76 cc combustion chamber – 10.7 to 1 comp. with 12.5 pistons


2. Polished, ported, and gasket matched


3. Manley stainless 2.02 intake, 1.60 exhaust


4. Harlan sharp roller rockers


5. New ARP high tensile head bolts



Camshaft


1. CAM Techniques .504 lift – 292 duration


2. CAM Techniques solid lifters


3. Timing chain (Pete Jackson gear drive)


4. Manley 5/16 to .065 wall push rods



Timing Cover


1. Lil John Butera – billet aluminum cover with billet aluminum “shorty” water pump


2. Harmonic balancer – 8” fully balanced and degreed (360 degrees)



Oil Pan & Oil Pump


1. Cal Custom chrome oil pan


2. Melling Comp. steel drive oil pump



Ignition


1. Mallory mechanical advance Unilite distributor


2. MSD ignition


3. Moroso – 8mm stainless coil wrap ignition wires


4. Mallory “Blaster” coil and ballast


Fuel Induction


1. Edelbrock (tuned) 750 CFM – 4 BBL – Mech. Secondary


2. Electric Choke


3. Rodware hood/carb scoop


4. Weiand 360 degree 4 bbl low-rise manifold, ported, polished and gasket matched


5. BSF – heat insulator, plenum floor shield


6. Holley RED competition electric fuel pump, regulator, pressure gauge


7. Steel braid shielded 3/8 fuel line



Trans – New full Competition


1. GM400 turbo heavy duty – short shaft


2. 3500 RPM stall 10” torque converter


3. Fully balanced 168-tooth flywheel


4. ARP flywheel/crank bolts


5. Adjustable shift point vacuum modulator


6. Chrome pan and flywheel cover (Mr. Gasket)



Miscellaneous


1. Lil John Buttera billet dip stick


2. Billet steel braided trans dip stick


3. Edelbrock valve covers and sprint breathers


4. New hi torque low volt chrome heat-insulted starter


5. Custom fuel tank


6. Sanderson Jet Hot coated “Sprint” headers (some discoloration)


7. Chrome 1-wire alternator with Chry. Ext. regulator


8. New Currie 9” complete axle to axle rear end – Ford Motorsport traction Loc 3:89


9. New Lokar shifter (installed)


10. New Lokar hand parking/emergency brake (uninstalled)


11. New Autometer gauges (installed – speedometer cable not hooked up)


12. Griffin custom built radiator with 13” scotts electric fan


13. New Speedway complete interior, in place - snaps not installed (included), no carpet


14. New in box billet mirrors and extensions


15. New Lokar brake lever boots and trim plates (not installed)


16. Kurtis-Kraft drive shaft and safety loop (with disc parking/emergency brake)


17. Wilwood master cylinder and pedal assembly (front disc/rear drum), billet backing plates


18. New 1,000 amp cranking battery


19. Master cut-off switch and all electronics located in the turtledeck along with the fuel tank


20. Aluminum wheels, with knock-off caps, tires are new


21. ChromeSuperBell 4-inch drop chrome suicide frontend


22. Billet front windshield frame


23. Carrera coil-over adjustable rear shocks


24. Billet aluminum firewall