Homebuilt 1923 Ford Model T track roadster for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description:
Custom built with several engineering enhancements in mind, this roadster is superior to any pre-fab kit car available in the market. Built on a reinforced tube frame, this car features a fiberglass tub from Kenny’s of Newton Falls, Ohio, a fiberglass nose from Speedway Motors of Lincoln, Nebraska, and a custom fabricated aluminum hood and carburetor fairing. Other mechanical specifications include the following:
• Adjustable friction shock absorbers
• ’46 Ford radius rods & cross spring
• ’39 – ’48 front axle with suspension limiter
• Ford 9” rear end with 3.50 gear ratio
• Wilwood master cylinder
• 4 drum braking system (Lockheed 12” front brakes & 11” rear brakes)
• Griffin aluminum radiator
• Electric fan
• Holley 390 4-barrel carburetor
• Offenhauser dual port manifold
• Tuff Stuff Performance chrome plated alternator
• MSD electronic ignition
This roadster’s very responsive steering is achieved by a Ford industrial box with customization that enables you to efficiently and effectively adapt the steering characteristics to your specific needs.
Powered by a 300 CID inline six mated to a Toploader 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive, this powerplant generates an impressive 220 horsepower. Weighing in at just 1,900 pounds, this roadster moves!
Finished in a Black Diamond basecoat/clearcoat, the finish has a beautiful luster. Other elements of distinction are its original 1935 16” Ford wire wheels and handmade grille insert. You’ll also appreciate its rear push bar, which can be removed to reveal a tow hookup. LED tail lights will keep you safe on the street.
The interior features two black bucket seats with seat belts. An impressive array of Sunpro gauges are housed in a brushed aluminum panel. An ancillary Autogage tachometer and speedometer will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood.
Since completed in 2015, this roadster has been featured in the April 2015 issue of Cruisin’ Times magazine, shown at the Cleveland Piston Power Show, and featured on the turntable in Summit Racing Equipment’s showroom. Titled as a 1979 Ford truck, this car comes with a clear Ohio title and is ready to enjoy.
A corresponding car trailer with tie-downs and ramps can be negotiated if desired.
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