1926 Ford Model T Hot Rod | Concord, CA | Carbuffs
- Flathead V8
- 1,111 miles
MPGCity: – Hwy: Actual rating will vary with options, driving conditions, habits and vehicle condition.
Real steel 1933 Ford. Custom yellow paint covers many body modifications including: 2″ chop, 3 piece aluminum hood with smooth sides, hinges and handles shaved, rear fenders and gas tank cover bobbed 7″ and more. Body prep by Fat Jack Ent. with paint by Scott Guildner. Dan Fink grille insert. Tinted windows. Removable hardtop covered in dark blue hartz cloth. Recaro seats. Vintage Air air conditioning. GM tilt column. Custom dash. Ron Francis wiring kit. Power windows.
Hot Rods by Boyd chassis with billet A-arms and spindles and Aldan coilovers. Rear is 1977 Corvette IRS w/ billet axles and differential cover, Aldan shocks and 3.30:1 gears. LT1 350 Chevy V8 with balanced crank assembly, TRW pistons and ported 1.94 heads w/brass guides and 3 angle valve job. Fat Jack Ent. covers with a matching custom air cleaner by Hot Rods by Boyd. Turbo 350 automatic transmission with shift kit and Gennie shifter. Front and rear disc brakes by JFZ. Rare Boyd’s SuperSports 14×6 and 15×8 3 piece knock-off aluminum wheels. Stainless 20 gallon gas tank in the trunk.
Finished in time for it’s debut at the 1989 Oakland Roadster Show where it won Best in Class (roadster with a top). Featured in April 1991 Street Rodder. The car has held up well with a few chips and cracks but never fails to draw a crowd. Runs and drives excellent and handles very well. Cruise with the top on or remove it for real topless fun!!