1926 Ford Model T Pickup
This is a true 1926 Ford Model T truck that has been owned by the current owner for 30 years! A true labor of love as created a one-of-a-kind custom. This Model T sports a throaty 327 CI Chevy V8 bored 0.030 over with solid lifters, performance Crane cam, 3” high-rise Weiland manifold. The Edelbrock’s classic Elite Series cast-aluminum valve covers that have been polished to perfection. Why settle for ordinary when a fully chrome 1-wire hookup alternator keeps you at maximum efficiency in style. The Walker radiator and a 2500 cfm electric radiator fan gives ultimate cooling from parades to highway cruising. The 2 ½” exhaust ram horn manifolds have the classic premium chrome louvered covers. The Flowmaster’s are delivering a deep, powerful tone from the dual exhaust. TH400 automatic transmission with a stage 3 shift kit is known for its durability. To keep transmission fluid at the perfect temperature a heavy-duty cooler.
Solid box frame to handle the power of the 327. Solid mount engine, soft mount transmission, and a solid mount rear end makes this ’26 tough as nails. 1953 front spindles, and a straight front axle for the classic gasser look. Stopping power comes from 12” front drum brakes and rear drums. To get the aggressive stance was achieved by 275/60R15 in the rear and P195/70R14 front on gleaming Cragar S/S steel chrome wheels make a statement.
All metal Ford ’26 square cab with a shortened metal bed and running boards. The fenders and splash aprons are fiberglass. The stunning black paint is done in lacquer highlighted by custom pin stripping is always a show stopper. The 1927 light bar is as rare as it gets and mirrors by Grove Industries ads that retro look. The bed has a black snap on tonneau cover look in the bed you’ll find an original 1920’s footlocker! The fuel cell is cleverly hidden in the footlocker.
The 20" high split windshield is another rear item of this Model T. The Light Tan 3-diamond rag top easily folds down to give the open roadster experience. Stewart Warner gauges combine classic looks to give the perfect complement to the black pleated interior. The look and feel of a real wood Model T steering wheel with chrome steel spider center. This Model T is a crowd pleaser anywhere she goes. It’s hard to build a car from the ground up and downright remarkable when your definition is of an epic era of custom hot-rodding comes from the 60’s.
Exercise your rights to have endless fun and excitement. Requirements are easy add one Model-T and release your inner speed demon.
This very affordable Street Rod could be yours for the reduced price of $24,000.00!
This vehicle is located in Washington.