Part 2 - 1926 Model T Ford pickup rat rod cranking of Buick 455
This is the second video of my 1926 Ford Roadster pickup. Still a long way
to go, but, it's slowly coming together. And yes, I'm leaving the body
rusty with NO windshield! For those interested, the motor is a Big Block
Buick 455 bored .030" over to 462 cubic inches. Dual 4 barrel Offy intake
with Holley 450 cfm carbs, Edelbrock RPM Stage 1 heads, 10.59 to 1
compression, TA 286-04H cam (custom ground camshaft with 234* / 252* at
.050" - .478" / .478" lift - 113* LS + 4 degrees), 1970 block with oiling
mods and zero decked, balanced, etc...
jeepasaurus rat rod
home built heap using old junk and free parts and a 327 cu. in. packard
straight 8 engine w/three speed manual transmission,1979 toyota 2wd pickup
chassis and a 1951 ford f1 cab w/ 4"top chop.
1927 Ford RAT ROD Model T Custom - SOLD - www.OCclassicCars.com
This Rat Rod 1927 Ford Model T is an unusual, but awesome, right hand
driver. Fitted with a 1965 Corvette 327 engine and coupled to a turbo 400 transmission, and 8" Ford rear-end with
great cruising 3:0 cursing gears.
This rat rod has cut out custom headers, aluminum radiator and electric
cooling fan has been custom fitted in the rear of this cool Rat Rod along
with the a trans cooler, battery and gas tank.
There are front disc brakes rear drums sitting on massive 29 x 15.5 Mickey
Thompson tires. This is a real head turner and very affordable!
Rat Rod Roadster Model-A 1931
1931 Model A Roadster
31er channeled Steelbody
29er Windshield and Frame
Engine: 455cui Buick (370HP) mit 700r4 Getriebe und gesperrter Achse
boxed Custom Frame Z-notched 15" rear 8,5" front
suicide front end
41er Plymouth Stieelies 16" mit orig. Mooncaps
pinstriping oldschool custom skull ratrod Edelbrock MOON-Eyes Mr. Gasket
My 1925 Ford Model T - A Closer Look: Transmission & Clutch
Enthusiasts Website: http://www.fordmodelt.net/
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/
In this video, we take a detailed look at the Ford Model T transmission,
afterwards taking a look at the correct procedure for pulling away,
forwards and backwards, and also correct braking.
I imported my 1925 Ford Model T from the USA, not far from Detroit,
Michigan where it was built.
The Model T was manufactured between 1908 and 1927, and was know by various
names including Tin Lizzie, Flivver, T‑Model Ford, or just 'T'.
The Model T set 1908 as the historic year that the automobile became
popular. It is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile, the
car that opened travel to the common middle-class American; some of this
was because of Ford's innovations, including assembly line production
instead of individual hand crafting.
On May 26, 1927, Henry Ford watched the 15 millionth Model T Ford roll off
the assembly line at his factory in Highland Park, Michigan.
1946 Ford Rat Rod Truck
Chopped 4", SBC350 , Auto 350, Aluminum Rad, Offy Intake, 3X2 Carbs,
Zoomies with Baffles,Slammed, I-Beam Front, Leafs in back, Fiberglass 1932
Ford grill shell, White Wall Tires, Fuel Cell, Rearend out of S10, Front
Disk Brakes, Hot rod,
My 1954 GMC Rat Rod for sale $10,600
1954 GMC body, w/ 1998 s10 chasis, w/ 1970 455 Buick, w/ 2002 explorer rear
posi 8.8-373 gears,w/ 1965 M22 close ratio 4 SPD chevy Tranny , 6" choptop
and 6" channeled floor, custom handmade lights , mirrors, grill.etc,, 370HP
500LB TQ @ 2800RPM, 14 sec car ,STOCK!. ONLY SERIOUS BUYERS!! MUST BE ABLE
TO COME IN PERSON TO TEST /CHECK& PICKUP THE CAR!
1923 Model T barn car pickup
1923 Ford Model T, wood bed pickup made from a touring car body, back half
removed and wood bed added for hauling....barn car, last licensed in 1948.
Mitch Allread: Don't Call it a Rat Rod... - /BIG MUSCLE
It packs a 400 hp diesel out of a Ford F-350, a Dana 80 rear-end, and a
look and feel that would make Max Rockatansky feel right at home. This is
Mitch Allread's custom fabricated creation and it is, without a doubt, one
of the coolest things on the road today. This is a machine that transcends
the traditional hot rod formula by breaking down borders and setting its
Whereas most hot-rods are built by custom shops utilizing parts from mail
order catalogs, Mitch took a different approach and fabricated just about
everything on his ride by hand. Calling this a rat-rod would be an insult -
a work of art however... that'd be just fine.