Location: Surprise, AZ, USA
Joined: 05/27/2008
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"1923TPU"     1923 Ford Model T

Introduction / Overview: 1923 "T" Bucket built in my Garage in 6 months, from Spirit Industries parts.
Drivetrain: 355CI Chevy 4 bolt main, roller cam, Vortec Heads, Air Gap Intake from Year One Inc. in Georgia. TH 350 Trans. built by GearStar, Akron, Ohio. 98' Chevy S-10 Blazer rear axle 3.73 Ratio.
Chassis: Spirit Ind. built 2"x3"x.187 square tube frame. Running Gear from Speedway Motors includes Polished SS 4" drop tube front axle w/ chrome suicide mounted leaf spring, and hidden hydraulic shocks. Dual Dia. Power Brake booster feeds 4 wheel disc brakes. Rear Axle suspended by two sliding cylinder Air Bags, with QA 1 alum. shocks, and a panhard bar. Vega steering box, with Flaming River GM Tilt Column. Wiring via EZ wiring kit, with all connections soldered.
Wheels and Tires: American Racing 200s wheels, 15x6 front, and 15x14 rear. Mickey Thompson S/R Radials, front 26x8.00x15LT, and rear, 29x18.00x15LT Flame pattern tread.
Body & Paint: Spirit Ind. supplied body, 20" pickup bed, and Grill Shell. Speedway supplied Model "A" chrome grill shell. All body prep. and painting done by owner in garage.
Interioir: Interior Upholstery, Bed Cover, and Soft Top by Glen Kramer Sew Nice Upholstery in Glendale, AZ.
Lifestyles: Builder, Street Rodder, Show Cars