1927 Ford T Bucket, 327 double hump heads, TH350 Trans, REAL STEEL Flying Tiger
- Make: Ford
- Model: Model T
- SubModel: T Bucket, DOUBLE WALL CONSTRUCTION
- Type: roadster
- Trim: Military Theme,,FLYING TIGERS THEME
- Year: 1927
- Mileage: 80,000
- VIN: not registered
- Color: Silver
- Engine size: 1969 327 Double Hump Heads, Tri Power
- Number of cylinders: 8...see video of vehicle on you tube..27 T-Bucket
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: TH 350 trans with 82 Corvette Rear, Ford front
- Interior color: Bomber Seats
- Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed Want to buy? Contact seller!
1927 Ford Model T T Bucket, DOUBLE WALL CONSTRUCTION
1927 T Bucket .......SEE VIDEO OF THIS VEHICLE...27 T-Bucket Hot Rod "Flying Tigers" on You Tube.......
This was a father and son project my sondoes not have room have room for it so the son told me to list it. The wife wants to landscape the backyard so my son told me to sale it. As you can see I have over 750 positives in EBAY so I am not one to BS anyone. I treat others as I like to be treated. The T Bucket started out as a sprint car from Colorado I purchased on Ebay. We spent two years customizing it in a military theme using the Flying Tigers as our inspiration. VIDEO...you can see a video of the car on YOU TUBE........................................ FRONT AXLE I think it is a Mustang II front suspension REAR AXLE..is from a 1982 Corvette THE T BUCKET RIDES AS NICE AS MY WIFE'S 1998 GMC Jimmy SUV. I have driven both over the same roads. RADIATOR...New aluminum radiator and custom made shell...SEE THE PHOTOS ENGINE.......1969 327 with about 80000 miles on it. I did a complete carbon flush of the engine. THERE IS A VIDEO ON EBAY YOU CAN SEE IT START AND DRIVE. FRAME....I had a professional welder go over the frame and he only recommended a few more spot welds on the master cylinder otherwise he's said it looks fine. BUCKET...The bucket is all metal with double wall construction guess that was done for strength because it was an old sprint car. WIRING....installed a new 100.00 wiring harness in it SEATS......The seats are bolted into the bucket and not movable sized for a person 5-6 FT to 5-10 FT. Two bomber seats with special seat belts COST OVER 600.00 to purchase. TIRES...like new with only weather wear less than 200 miles on them. The tires and rims cost me 650.00. BODY...good condition and the flying tiger teeth are hand painted not decals. WINDSHIELD....Plexiglas GUAGES......Speedometer... is not hooked up but the oil and temp lights work but the needle does not for temp. BRAKES....4 WHEEL DISK BRAKES. Seems to be air in the line because I think the left rear slave cylinder is slightly leaking see the photo of the tire and rim. EMERGENCY BRAKE.....not hooked up tabs had to be removed when new rims were added must be welded back on. spell CHECK REGISTRATION....The car has not been registered you will receive a ...California DMV Bill of Sale. SOLD AS IS....NO WARRANTY
SEE VIDEO OF VEHICLE ON You Tube...27 T-Bucket Hot Rod "Flying Tigers"On May-29-15 at 00:34:03 PDT seller added the following information:
THE TUB IS REAL STEEL and double wall construction probably required because it was a prior sprint car. Some welds on the rear of the tubneeds to be ground smooth. I was going to put panels with rivets like done on an airplane wings if my son was going to keepit.On Jun-01-15 at 21:52:48 PDT seller added the following information:
Sorry forgot to list the following information.....TRI POWER CARBS......Had the 3 Rochester 2 barrel carbs professionally rebuilt at a carb shop in Anaheim CA.Think they were $245.00 each. Plugged the front and rear carb because we only drove it around the neighborhood and because it wasn'tregistered. The front and rear floats from not being used stuck a few times and flooded so I blocked them off at the carb inlet with plugs andput a shut off switch on the rear gas tank. The plugs will be easy to remove if the buyer decides to take them out just remember to pull the floats and polish the sides of the carbs so the float do not stick.. It ran great as you can see in the video with just the center carb.When we did have the the three carbs hooked up and kicked inthe progressive linkage it would put you back in the seat and sounded like a jet engine intake. The car is light and 1 two barrel isplenty unless your on a raceway or drag strip.