1927 Ford Model T Speedster
Price: US $5,000.00 Item location: Moultonborough, New Hampshire, United States
- Make: Ford
- Model: Model T
- Year: 1927
- Mileage: 1
- VIN: 14800899
- Color: Black
- Engine size: t
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Power options: horn, lights
- Transmission: Manual
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1927 Ford Model TNice WIP T speedster.
1927 T. MATCHING FRAME AND ENGINE! 4 rebuilt coils, rebuilt Holley NH carb, all new wiring, new battery, rebuilt starter and generator, rebuilt ignition switch, I believe there are one piece valves installed, new exhaust system and manifold, new fan belt, new taillight, rebuilt coil box (lid not pictured), new bronze thrust washers in rear axle, relined wide drum brakes, work great, new universal tires, tubes, and rim flaps, new lug nuts and bolts, wheels greased, fresh rear axle grease, u joint greased, new oil, new transmission oil screen and magnet, and probably more that I am forgetting. Oh, rebuilt headlights (BRIGHT). Again, STOCK. Driven often around town.
Note that the radiator installed leaks, which is why the engine is covered in rusty looking spots. That is dry rust water from it.
Radiator is an awful 2 row flat tube that doesn't cool. It runs about 3 miles without boiling, so I have a replacement one that's been dipped that I will be installing, or will be at least included with a metal dashboard, new day timer, and some other goodies.
Klaxon 8C rebuilt and installed with new horn button.
Did I forget to mention that this thing is on the road and all licensed? In NH there is no title required, so I do not have a title, however it's registered here, and have the old bill of sale.
There is a simple wood body installed with two new bucket seats. I was planning on building something a little better eventually. Seats do not have any upholstery or anything.
Runs excellent. The current roller timer at a high speed introduces some skipping, which is why I bought a new day timer which I will be installing soon.
Original wood spoke wheels. TIGHT SPOKES. NO CLACKING! Small wheel wobble, which is normal with original wheels at high speeds (40 mph). Smooth ride with the freshly oiled/greased leaf springs. There is some wear in the shackles and such, but nothing major. Passenger king pin has small, small play. Drivers is tight.
NO MAG. I think it has long since died.
Transmission is wonderful. Smooth shifting. Bands are original with the T, I have not changed them. Work great so no need just yet. Reverse has some sounds, which from what I understand is somewhat normal?
I have pretty much into it what it is listed at. I am not accepting your "I don't know, there's a scratch, it's worth $100". It is priced what it is priced. Reasonable offers will be considered.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Buyer responsible for picking it up. May be able to deliver locally, not guaranteed.
I have a bunch of T fenders and a spare engine (1927) that I will include if buyer would like.