Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Hod Rod: 1926 Ford Model T

If you are in the market for a unique custom vehicle -- well, you've come to the right place.  Today we've got a chipped and modified Model T that features 60s Chevy inline-4 power and a wicked exhaust pipe.  Find this 1926 Ford Model T here on eBay bidding for $7600 in Phoenix, AZ with 4 days to go.

From the seller:

1964 Chevy 4 cylinder 153 cubic inch with hardened seats and 194 v8 valves, hydraulic cam, Rodchester 2 jet carb with new air filter, Potronix electronic distributor with pointless ignition, very fast!!!! brand new Turbo 350 Trans, 373 ring and pinion, 1987 Chevy s-10 rear end, all new brakes and 3/4 wheel cylinders, (Just need quick rear brake bleed), 1950 Ford truck f100 front drums, original 1926 Ford T headlights with hi/low beams, original 1934 Kelsey Hayes wheels, perfect tread on tires, 1946 Ford front axle and spring with inverted wishbones, hood lengthen to a 1932 Ford with Edmonds midget front nose, 16 gal custom fuel cell, brand new battery with master turn off battery kill switch to prevent theft, removable steering wheel (with adjustable spacers), again to prevent theft, all new Dolphin gauges (Just need speedo cable), custom 6ft chrome exhaust header, custom built wiring/fuse panel under seat with seat belts, turn signals, horn, clear title, street legal, and super reliable daily driver if wanted and car show ready.  Super clean one of a kind car.  Again NO RESERVE SO DON'T MISS OUT, YOU WONT FIND ANOTHER THIS CLEAN!!!!


  1. Looks well built. I wonder how much 1926 Model T is left. I assume that is a metal body, at least. Looking at that exhaust, I think I would get in and out on the passenger side. For those who (like me) did not recall the story of the Chevy 153 4-cyl:

    Chevy 153 on Wiki

    1. On closer inspection that looks like a Fiberglas shell....


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