You are bidding on a friend’s recently completed 1927 Ford Track T Roadster, closely resembling the famous “Frank Mack” roadster from the 1940″s.
It is all steel, built on a 1932 Duece frame, dropped front axle, with a 1940 Ford rear end with an overdrive option.
Powered by a 59ab Ford flathead motor with dual 97 carbs, backed by a period correct 1939 3 speed Ford transmission.
It has 1940 Ford brakes front and back.
Built, after research, to insure all period correct parts, except for a 12 volt system upgrade with alternator to insure continued realiability.
Rare E+J original aluminum headlights, new interior, with new Stewart Warner Winged gauges, and tan folding top completes the “look”.
Car is currently registered in the State of New Hampshire,and is sold with a clear New Hampshire title.
This car will draw a crowd at any automotive event you attend, whether it’s a local cruise night or a national gathering.
There certainly will not be another there any where like it.
For futher information you can contact Paul, the owner/builder, on his cell at 603-781-6476.
Thanks for looking and good luck bidding.