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1926 Ford Model T Racer

Classic Facts

100 miles since built... New dual stage White paint and new Red canvas tonneau cover with new Red leather interior by well know JMB of New York... Excellent period correct build...

Just arrived, this amazing car was built by an early car enthusiast. The late Presi-dent of the Model T Ford Club of America found the body of a vintage racer in the weeds behind the grandstand of the race track in Clear Lake, Iowa. Though in rough shape, he had all the information needed to construct three replica bodies in steel. Similar to the PACO T Racer bodies of the period, this discovery was raced at the Iowa raceway into the mid-1930's. A perfect car for vintage rally tours and races. Period details were taken by the builder to build the car as close to what would have been build as a racer in this period. Now it is ready for its next owner to love! This car has has excellent new paint in White. Black chassis and five wire wheels. New Red leather interior and restored steering wheel & gauges. Beautiful Red canvas tonneau cover with stainless snaps.

A PERFECT CAR FOR VINTAGE RALLY TOURS AND RACES!

Facts:
  • 100% straight, rust & accident free steel body
  • New dual stage White paint
  • New Red canvas tonneau cover
  • New Red leather interior by well know JMB of New York
  • Original 1927 four cylinder engine rebuilt by Ron’s Machine Shop
  • known for their Montana Model T Race motors
  • Expensive Rayfield racing carb rebuilt by Stan Howe
  • Aluminum “Z” hi-compression head
  • Roller bearing fan assembly
  • Jack Rabbit clutch, Kevlar transmission bands
  • Electric fuel pump – 12 volts system
  • Chassis and axles from dry Western Kansas, blasted and painted
  • Rear end roller bearing and grease seals so no leaking
  • New lined brake shoes – lowered chassis
  • Driveshaft has adjustable pinion assembly and modern ball bearings
  • New Berg’s radiator – ten gallon gas tank
  • Nickel replated radiator shell
  • MacBeth headlamp lenses and rare period driving lights