Ford 1924 Model T Speedster. Built by my buddy Tom Magee and his Grandfather many years ago, I had the pleasure of many rides and competed in an Endurance Run in the early 1980's in San Jose, CA. Tom still tinkers at his shop and got #42 running again after 25 years of collecting dust.
Speedsters Street Rod Reunion 2011 Road Tour - Teaser
Catch a sneak peek of Speedway Motors' (http://www.speedwaymotors.com) footage of the street rods and classic racers at the Speedsters Reunion. Rain in the morning and sun in the afternoon -- these are typical weather conditions for Nebraska. It wouldn't stop the Speedsters as they merrily went on a 135-mile road tour throughout southeastern Nebraska. This is just a short teaser so stay tuned for the full version.
BullFrog Snot on C16.wmv
Aristocraft's mighty C16 Consolidation, although weighs a significant amount, still slips it's drivers on steep grades or pulling more than several cars. The solution is a product called "BullFrog Snot". I worked perfectly!!
1913 Model T Ford Speedster
In this video we talk to Bernard about his beautiful 1913 Model T Ford. It's street legal and if you are in southern California keep your eyes open, you might catch a glimps of this early "Ford Cobra".
Roof 101 Cyclone OHV Model A Ford Engine Conversion - Clip #2
This is the 2010 4 Port OHV conversion for the Model A and B Ford. It's modeled after the 1929 R&R Cyclone originally created by Robert Roof of Anderson, Indiana, USA. Charlie Yapp, owner of Scalded Dog Speed Parts contacted Jim Roof, Robert's grandson, and Jim became the new "Chief Designer" and Charlie the producer. The end result is nothing short of a wildly successful mechanical achievement . The power and inefficiency are huge and surprising. The parts are mostly off the shelf at your local dealer. If you get a chance to see one take a close look at the technology, it's different and edgy but still look and sound like a period racing engine.
On Our website. . .www.secretsofspeed.com. . .you will be able to find the Dyno chart links and much more. . .like contact info. Yapp also manufactures the famous Riley Two Port OHV and the Lion Speed Head.
1921 Ford Model T Speedster Engine - Running
A 1921 Ford Speedster Engine. These were among the first hot rods - modified from stock Ford engines. This car will run at 60 mph - compared to a stock Model T that runs at about 40 mph top speed. Enjoy!
2010 SCVMTFC Model T Speedster Endurance Run
2010 Santa Clara Valley Model T Ford Club Endurance Run and Lowland Tour
The 41st annual Endurance Run and Lowland Tour
The event takes place annually on the second Sunday in June.
1929 Ford Model A Speedster for Sale
Visit http://www.leftcoastclassics.com/1929-ford-speedster/ to see this great old 1929 Ford Model A Speedster for sale from Left Coast Classics in Sonoma California. This stunning old Ford was completed just a year ago and has less than 500 miles on it. Starts, runs and drives fantastic with plenty of get-up-and-go! Beautiful Black satin paint with super comfortable seats. The drivers seat is adjustable for maximum comfort! Loaded with other great features that make it so easy and so much fun to drive!
Check out the link above for the full description, as well as two detailed photo galleries.
Thanks for looking and enjoy the show - Please leave a comment and subscribe for more great classic car videos.
Call to take this beauty home!
First Start for 1923 Model T barn car
This '23 Model T had not been run in decades. Pulled the engine and gave it a full rebuild, then re- installed and overhauled the chassis with mostly used Model T parts. The car will be kept in the original rusty condition, as pulled from the barn......but she runs now!
Last licensed in 1948, Ford Model T's like this were popular with farmers. This was originally a touring car, but the back seat part of the body and the convertible top was tossed, and a homemade wooden bed put on to carry produce to market.
Model T Speedster Endurance Run 2009
The Santa Clara Valley Model T Ford Club 40th Annual Endurance Run.
The event occurs on the second Sunday in June, starting at Second and Santa Clara Streets, San Jose, CA promptly at 7:30am.