1926 Ford Model T, Roadster, Hot Rod, Track T, Real Steel & Titled as 1926 Ford

Price: US $3,272.00 Item location: Barrington, Illinois, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Other
  • SubModel: Track T
  • Type: Roadster
  • Trim: Track T , Lakester
  • Year: 1926
  • Mileage: 2,765
  • VIN: 14M36911237
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: Chevy 350
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4.10 Posi. RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1926 Ford Other Track T , Lakester

A real 1926 Ford Roadster. Titled as a 1926 Ford 2 door. Many Vintage Parts on this Roadster. 1929 Ford grill shell, 1941 Ford front axle with front & rear split wishbones, 1951 Ford steering column with removable racing steering wheel, ( see photo ) also with modified shifter linkage for the Corvette 700R4 Overdrive Transmission. Also has a Saginaw 525 Steering Box which is stronger than its Vega brethren. Vintage Moon Tach. with aluminum cup & mount for early style steering column. Early Corvette valve covers adapted to 350 motor with racing vents modified to hide a modern PCV system. Vintage arrow turn signals front & rear. Vintage rear view mirror. Vintage real Cadillac air cleaner modified for modern element.
Chevrolet 350 motor with Edelbrock high rise performer manifold with Edelbrock carburetor. H.E.I. ignition with Accel super coil. Block Hugger headers. Custom aluminum radiator with large electric fan and coolant recovery tank.
All circuit breakers & fuses are behind removable cover under dash. Battery master switch is behind flip forward seat back of custom upholstered seat.
Mercury 8.8 differential was rebuilt with all new 4.10 Ring & Pinion, bearings, seals and Positraction unit, this rear end came with disc brakes which work great with the heavier duty disc brakes on the front axle.
I did not like the looks of a pan hard bar on the front axle. The dirt track racers of old would use a bolt in the middle of the axle moving up & down a slot in a bracket on the front of the frame. I made a heavy duty bracket welded to the frame with a wide machined slot. A heavy duty bearing mounted to the axle moves up & down in the bracket which keeps the axle centered. ( See Photo ) It works great on any type of road at any speed. An added plus is that it is hidden behind the stainless license bracket I made.
I will also include the light duty car cover.
I reserve the right to cancel this auction at any time.
Buyer is responsible for pick up or shipping. I will assist on my end if buyer has vehicle shipped.
This Roadster is a * MODEL T - GT *
A performance car that's fun to drive.