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1927 Ford Model T

$ 22900

Condition:Used
Year:1927
Mileage:380
Model:Model T
Vehicle Title:Clean
Manufacturer:Ford
:“This 1927 Ford "T" Lakes Modified Roadster by Zipper Motors is a one-off, hand-built, wonder with over 3,000 hours in the build. painted in PPG Tsunami Blue Mica w/ Clear Coat and Color Rite 3 stage Pearl Blazing Orange. The fiberglass body with turtle deck trunk features a firewall and floor molded as one piece with the body. The body is fully steel reinforced. The doors have been suicided and come with a complete inner panel, hidden hinges and “Bear Claw” latches. The reveal has been removed for a smoother look and the convenience of doors that are 4″ wider and the recessed floor allows you to sit way down in this car. I am 5’10 and fit comfortably. Has Chrome front & rear NERF bars and a Quick release steering wheel. This is one of the last chassis and body built by Darrell Zipp before he sold off Zipper Motors. I”

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Engine:
  New 355 cid GM V8 Cruzer Plus Built by
Jon Barrett Hot Rod Engines
Modified to 360 hp @ 5800 rpm, 8.5
to 1 Compression
Crane Cam 450” lift 220 degrees
duration, good idle,
Four Bolt Main, new harmonic
balancer, 168 tooth flex plate,
Polished Holley Intake Manifold, Holley
600 CFM Street Avenger Carb
Holley 67 GPH Street Performance
electric fuel pump
Pertronix Flame Thrower Billet HEI
Distributor and
 Flame Thrower II High Performance Coil
Thermostatically-Operated Electric
Fan, Aluminum Radiator and "Burp" Tank
Frame:
 2” x 3” x 3/16” Wall Steel Tube Frame with Three Cross Members and
K-Member Combination to Hang Transmission Mount
Brakes:
Front: Polished Wilwood Discs with 12” Rotors
Rear: Corvette Polished Inboard
Discs
 
Transmission:
700R4 with Lokar Shifter By Phoenix Transmission Products
 Electric Overdrive Lock-Up Torque Converter, stall
speed 1[hidden information]
                                           Custom Chassis By Darrell Zipp:
                                                  (One of the last built by Darrell
himself)
                                                                                 Front
Suspension:
                                                          Zipper front suspension with polished/chrome steering arms
& radius rods.
 Zipper Super Bell tube axle with Semi-Elliptical
Springs with Friction Shocks
Rear Suspension:
Semi-Elliptical Springs with Billet Aluminum Friction Shocks Tapered Aluminum 4-bars, Drag Link and Tie Rod Control
Arms, Trailing Arms, Uprights, Half-Shaft,
Differential:
Polished Winters IRS Quick-Change with 2 sets of gears
3:08 and 3:70
Interior:
Customer Diamond stitched black leather Upholstery with Blue Alligator accents
Handmade Dash, Firewall, Mirrors, inside
door release, VDO Gauges with flip down Hidden tach, custom fuel tanks,
Momentary Toggle Battery Disconnect
Wheels & Tires:
Billet Specialties Wheels
Front = BF Goodrich Radial T/A P185/70
R14
 
Rear = BF Goodrich Radial T/A P285/70 R15

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Item ID: 193103
Sale price: $ 22900
Car location: Mission Viejo, California, United States
Last update: 15.11.2020
Views: 12
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