The Floater / T coupe
1926 Model T Coupe better known as the "Floater". This car was built on an
extreme budget and donated parts by the members of DuckusCrapus.com
283cid with Offy 3x2 intake and Holley 94 carbs. Double hump 1.94" heads.
Saginaw 3 speed and a Ford 9" with 3:50 gears.
This car isn't nice and is about as bare bones of a hot rod as you can get,
but it is driven as much as possbile and a blast to cruise in.
1927 model t hot rod
no music! our 27 model t hot rod, sbc 355 cam intake etc lakester style
custom header, last drive before i left school. we still need tires for the
back centerline rims, thats why we still have Camaro rims on the back.
any questions just ask,
1927 Model T Coupe First Start
1927 model t coupe SBC 350 sounds better and louder in person idle needs to
be a little lower. but for the first start without tuning, its pretty good.
EVELYN #97- The E-Brake Cable Clamp & Fiero Handle
Only had 2 hours tonight and in looking in my Bolt Cart I found a Hexagon
scrap from a Machine I worked on years ago.. In trimming I found it to work
perfectly as a Clamp to hold all 3 Emergency Brake Cables together.. Alas
the Passengers rear Parking Drum adjuster is mis-positioned and the Rotor
need to come OFF to fix it.. Not a biggie but as of tonight I now have a
Parking / Emergency Brake that WORKS ! (OK so It's only working 50%) But
hey.. Enjoy! -Rob
1927 model t
chopped 6in. channeled 4in original model a frame z'd in the back. 6in
dropped front axle. SBC 350 cam roller rocker intake carb etc. primered for
now. original all steel body.