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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

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Mario designed the insane carb stacks, bending them all 67.5 degrees for just the right angle, then sent out and chromed by Jeff Ackerman at USA Wheels in Pine Brook, New Jersey. At that point, all that was left was the to have the wiring reworked by Jim Turkowsky at Wire Works; after 40 years and several hands in the electrical system, almost 5 pounds of unused wire were removed from the tub.

Once again, Roger handled the final important touches. He worked extensively on the Carson top, using an off-white material. Mario wanted a slightly different look as well, and had him stitch in four-rim roll-and-pleat designs in the center of the car. Of course, no hot rod is complete without the correct wheels. Out back, the tub rides on 15x14-inch Radir rims, shod with Radir 12-inch whitewall slicks. Up front, 18x3-inch Radir 12-spokes keep the Rat Tub pointed in the right direction.

After 17 years of ownership and two rebuilds, Mario feels this second time around is the keeper. But never put it past him to have a change of heart, as he’s known to be a flip-flopper. Some people say he sleeps with one eye open, always on the look-out for something interesting.

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INSANI-T HENRY STEEL 1927 FORD 13" CHOP

Message  Predicta le Ven 31 Juil - 6:39


This killer, fully customized show car is called INSANI-T for a good reason…
IT IS INSANE, and has been tricked out over the past few years by some of the best fabricators and customizers around!

With just over 3,300 miles, this amazing show car is read to continue turning heads, collecting trophies, scaring old women, and thrilling young ones.


From researching the car, speaking at length with the prior owner, and reviewing the giant 3” binder of build information, receipts, and documentation that comes with it, I have surmised that it was originally conceived, designed, chopped, and built by Ian Loska back in 2007 in California. You probably recognize the name since he has become one of the top custom builders around, and is known for turning out radical chops, super clean work, and magazine featured show cars over the past few years.


From Ian’s hands it appears to have gone off to Ohio for a spell, and then on to Massachusetts, where it was completely disassembled and turned into the full-on show car you see below with the help of another amazing builder!


Receipts, paperwork, and the internet show that famed “The Race of Gentleman” founder and Ye Ole Chop Shoppe owner Mel Stultz was tasked with a lot of the work in making the car what it is now. From the custom made dash to the paint and striping all the way down to the installation and tuning of the brand new Engine Factory FORD 302ci V8 with 350hp churning the rear wheels thanks to roller-rockers, aluminum heads, Edelbrock TOTAL POWER PACKAGE, and a monster WEBER carb keeping the fuel flowing.


The engine has enough chrome, billet, and polished goodies on it to look amazing under the show lights, and what isn’t gleaming bright stuff has been painted, detailed, or cleaned to show wonderfully as well.


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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

Message  Predicta le Ven 31 Juil - 6:46


Wiring is super clean and well routed throughout the car, as are the lines.


It sounds amazing rumbling through the custom installed exhaust system, and makes sure everyone around turns to look when you roll into the cruise night spot.


A PERTRONIX Flamethrower billet distributor and coil, MSD STREET FIRE ignition, and MSD rev control all work together to make sure that it starts with ease, idles clean, and is ready to roll wherever you want to take it.


There are no known issues with the engine, and with just over 3,300 miles on it since it was installed, it is hardly even broken in!


Other than a couple spots underneath where the engine paint has chipped from road debris, it is a quick clean and detail away from a “Best Engine” trophy at your local car show!


The engine is mated to a fresh Ford C4 automatic with a smoothed FORD 9” with Strange Axles, Limited Slip Differential, custom 4-bar set-up, coil-over shocks, and panhard par, all of which have been either cleaned, painted, polished, or otherwise detailed.


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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

Message  Predicta le Ven 31 Juil - 6:47


Front end is beam axle on transverse spring with tube shocks, and everything comes to a fast and easy stop thanks to a full hydraulic Wilwood DISC brake system at all four corners, including a Wilwood master cylinder, and custom lines.


The body has been channeled over the custom 2x3 frame, and is kinked at the firewall, Z’d 12” in the rear, and treated to a 13” chop by Ian Loska that is so clean it looks like Henry designed it that way!


The frame, chassis, and all the associated components are have either been painted, powder coated, polished, chromed, or otherwise cleaned to be show ready, and other than a little dirt from not being detailed by me, shows only a handful of little marks from normal use and driving it 3,300 odd miles.


The fully padded and interior lined top comes off with the removal of four easy-access hidden bolts, creating an open top machine that makes you feel like you have two cars!


I am 5’11” and weight 250 pounds, and I can fit in the car and drive it without issue with the top on. If you are over 6’ tall, or more than about 285 pounds, you will have a tough time driving it with top in place. Take the roof off, and you can probably take your pet giraffe for a spin, because it is all open air!


The top seals up great, as do the doors, and I would say the car is probably as weather tight as any 1927 Model T, and includes slide-in side windows for the doors which are stored in the polished aluminum storage cubby under the trunk. I have not used them, but did get caught in a pretty good rainstorm coming back from the beach one day, and found that the chop is so low that water really doesn’t have much of a chance to come in while you’re driving it!

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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

Message  Predicta le Ven 31 Juil - 6:49



The body is solid, clean, original Henry Steel, and you can run a 4”x4” felt magnet over the whole car without finding any bondo patches, chicken wire, or crushed up beer cans in it.


The radical custom Purple Paint was also done at Ye Ole Chop Shoppe by Mel Stultz, and is only a few years and 3,300 miles old so it still shows incredibly well, with only a few little stone chips and minor blemishes from normal use, and no dents, large chips, big scratches, or damaged areas. It is fully capable of entering a car show RIGHT NOW, and it I have not even detailed it!


The finish is glossy, slick, and wet looking, and shows just as nice in the sunlight as it does under the glow of a streetlamp.


Firewall was contrast painted in cream while, along with the dash and some of the interior, and it all shows wonderfully as well.


Custom pin striping inside and outside of the car was all hand applied and it is clean, tasteful, and really finishes the cars appearance off nicely. Hand painted “InsaniT lettering on the car lets everybody knows what to call this radical machine!


Windows in the car are all clean, and free of cracks, chips, fogging, and laminate issues.

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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

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Doors close and fit tightly, and have stock style exterior handles to get inside.


All of the bright work, chrome, and trim on the car shows wonderfully, including the fully restored grill with OEM temp gauge and FORD script logo, headlights with stainless rock guards, mirrors, rear trunk latch, plate light, and teardrop tail lights.


Practically all of the hardware like nuts, bolts, screws, and washers still gleams and shows like new on the car! It has basically spent the past few years in a private collection, stored in a climate controlled garage with a battery tender hooked to it, and has been taken out on a few cruise nights, and local shows.


THIS CAR NEEDS TO BE SEEN! I hope that whoever gets it will take it some major shows, submit it to magazines, and do all the other stuff a killer ride like this deserves to have done on its behalf.


The car rolls on ROCKET STRIKE polished aluminum wheels that are wrapped in FIRESTONE DELUXE WWW tires in the front, size 6.70-15. Rear end is treated to massive M/T RADIR DRAGSTER tires size 8.20-15. All of them are only a few years old, and have just over 3,300 miles on them with no damage evident.


The interior on the car is extremely clean, and consists of full carpeting, door panels, kick panels, pillar panels, rear panels, seats, and side cushions.


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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

Message  Predicta le Ven 31 Juil - 6:52


Dash is a custom made, one-off unit by Mel Stultz, and is clean, steel, and painted in cream white with the aforementioned custom pin striping. It is fit with a killer looking custom made gauge pod surround, which houses a set of vintage style S/W gauges to monitor FUEL, TEMP, OIL, and VOLTS, along with a SPEEDOMETER. All appear to be working as they should.


LOKAR supplied the tall shifter with 8-BALL knob, as well as the functional chrome E-BRAKE handle, both with leather boots and a custom fabricated base.


Billet rear view lets you peek over your shoulder for Johnny Law when out cruising, and when used with the side mirrors, actually lets you see around you pretty well when driving.


Carpeting is clean, neat, and damage free, and looks great in the car.


Upholstered areas are clean, neat, and free of rips, tears, damage, and seam pulls, and the stuffed portions are still super comfy to the butt, back, and sides.


The rear panel is fully upholstered, and can be removed to access the battery from inside the car, run a charger wire for a tender, or just display the clean and painted rear end better at a car show.

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Straight steering column is topped with an aluminum 3-spoke steering wheel with black grip that looks great in the car. Column is also home to the vintage turn signal control box, which is fully functional along with the rest of the headlights, tail lamps, and brake lamps on the car.


Wilwood supplied the brake pedal, while LOKAR was tapped again for the gas pedal, and both look and function wonderfully.


Switch controls and ley location are on the lower left of the dash, and everything works like it should.


Trunk opens to reveal the clean and neat rear end section, along with the show polished aluminum fuel tank and strapping, and the custom fabricated storage box with straps.


It has a stock latch so it can be held opened at car shows.

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1927 Ford Model T Hot Rod GHOST RIDER ROADSTER

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" Ghost Rider Roadster" and you will find the Street Rodder Magazine Featured Article as well as Jeff Norwell's thread on the HAMB regarding many of the build pictures. Let me know if you can't fnd them and I will try to set you in the right direction. Over the last five years the "Ghost Rider Roadster" has been shown three times at the Detroit Autoramma and has recieved many awards and much attention.






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Ron Limbrick’s 1927 Ford Roadster Relives the Past

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Imagine being a kid from, of all places, Thunder Bay, Ontario, living some 2,000-plus miles away from the birthplace of hot rodding. For a young Ron Limbrick, his only fix was to learn all he could through the pages of Hot Rod magazine at the local newsstand. Tearing into each new issue with the ferocity of a junkyard dog eyeing a stew bone, he was able to ingest plenty of the latest styles and power combinations fueling classic coupes and roadsters. The local fairgrounds also featured a half-mile dirt track with plenty of old jalopies tearing it up while chasing the checkered flag to help fuel his adrenalin rush.

Wheeling his bike on local streets one month shy of his 16th birthday, he was on the lookout for a rare glimpse of an iconic 1932 Ford. Being a dedicated student of the Book of Gow, his searching led him to come across the crown jewel of what he had been reading about, tucked in the back of a used car lot named Dominion Motors. Closer inspection proved it was a Deuce five-window coupe and he hastened to the sales office to talk with the lot agent to confirm it was indeed for sale. The year was 1955 and Ron wasted no time in agreeing to the $75 asking price. After some wheeling and dealing he was able to come up with the cash and with his parents' approval, brought the Deuce home. Weeks later he was able to take his driver's test in the coupe, and the rest was history. A slew of other vintage Fords followed and as he got older he never forgot the excitement his first car brought to the party.

Fast forward to 1998 to an article by Gray Baskerville in the January issue of Hot Rod titled "Clone Runners" where Chip Foose worked his magic on a number of classic hot rods to give them a '90s makeover. Ron was re-energized after seeing Foose's modern interpretation of Ray Bowle's 1925 Ford T roadster leaving a deep-seated impression on him.

By the year 2000 he had made friends with Bill Taylor who happened to be a short course starter during Speedweek at Bonneville. Ron was offered the opportunity to help work in the staging lanes and wasted no time in accepting the offer. That same year he was also able to make his first rookie run on the short course at 124.806 mph thanks to Chuck and Robert Duffin and their 1937 Chevy coupe. That was all it took to convince him that he needed to start the build of his 1927 Ford roadster, which he considers his hot rod thesis.

After doing plenty of research a decision was made to contact Darrell Zipp regarding one of his body and chassis kits. The Zipper Motors–modified roadster gave Ron the perfect ergonomic fit, allowing the driver to sit low and deep in the cabin. A deal was made and the base for the roadster was delivered to Ron's home shop in Thunder Bay. For a stout spine Zipper Motors used 2x3-inch steel tubing complemented by equally strong crossmembers and center K-member. To add plenty of nostalgia in the suspension department, a '46 Ford pickup rear was filled with 3.78:1 cogs and suspended in place by split 1939 Ford wishbones combined with custom Zipper Motors quarter-elliptic springs and friction shocks. Up front a 4-inch dropped Super Bell axle was deftly matched to '40 Ford spindles anchored in place by a pair of split 1939 Ford wishbones while Zipper Motors quarter-elliptic springs and matching friction shocks soak up the bumps. A Wilwood dual master pushes fluid through braided stainless lines to classic '40 Ford binders anchored at each corner. Setting the stance a set of 1935 Ford 16-inch wires shod with Firestone/Coker bias-ply blackwall rubber in big 'n' little combination set the pace. The icing lies in the custom spun aero-style wheel discs by Kevin Lee, combined with vintage Ford caps and aluminum inner wheel covers to deliver a tasty Bonneville-esque feel.

Having run early Ford 'bangers on the street starting way back with his original Deuce, Ron decided the roadster would need to fly with vintage Ford four-cylinder power. After laying out a template for the engine's design he contacted master engine builder Bob Baas at B&J Auto in Alexandria, Minnesota. Baas brought years of experience to the table and got started with a 1932 Ford B-block, which he bored to 201 ci. The internal rotating assembly was then balanced and consists of a stock Ford crank, rods, and pistons getting a bump from a B-grind cam. To add plenty of power to the mix a Riley two-port OHV conversion head reproduction by Charlie Yapp was combined with a rare Robert Roof two-pot intake capped with a pair of new Zenith updraft carbs wearing motorcycle air cleaners. For plenty of spark a vintage Wico Magneto restored by Andrew Johnson at Antique Speed and Machine lights the fire while spent gases are dumped through a stock porcelain-coated Model A manifold and 2-inch stainless tubing to a SuperTrapp muffler. The engine is an engineering masterpiece with all parts working in perfect harmony, creating a symphony of sound. To bring the power to the street a Bendtsen's Speed Gems adapter links to a warmed-over GM TH200C trans by Gary Jansekovich of Thunder Bay and pulls gears through a Lokar shifter.


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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

Message  Predicta le Mar 18 Aoû - 20:43

With the loaded chassis complete it was time to focus on the body. Fresh from Zipper Motors the modified roadster body featured larger suicide-mounted doors. To inject his own personal elements Ron worked with the Zipper Motors hood top and track nose and had custom aluminum hood sides fabricated, which he fitted in place. From there he fabbed both hood top and side blisters as well as the rear bell pan residing under the turtle deck. The Art Deco–inspired escutcheons where the split wishbones meet the chassis were cast by his son Myles while the aluminum grille insert was by Dan Baker at Alumicraft. Neat headlights by Crafty B were complemented by a Lucas taillight and custom chrome-plated steel nerf bars by Ron. Once the body was completed everything was handed over to Shaun Hopkins of Thunder Bay to work his magic making everything razor sharp. He then filled his spray gun with plenty of Spies Hecker Permacron midnight black vibe and laid down a mile-deep coating.

To give his business office a fingerprint to match the rest of the car he contacted Mike Elliot Upholstery in Grand Junction, Colorado, to take on the task. A Zipper Motors seat insert was covered in yards of coffee Naugahyde with complementing door panels while the floors and kick panels received stylish fawn wool carpets. Westach dials monitor the vitals combined with a Scintilla magneto switch while a stainless marine steering wheel navigates the course through a reversed Corvair steering box. Final touches like the deluxe leather hood straps from Hot Rod Leather and exceptional attention to detail make this car a standout in any crowd. With Ron currently putting down miles on the roadster we just heard that he's going to get busy again since he just located his original Deuce five-window mothballed in Thunder Bay. A deal was made and it's now back in his home shop after missing for over 55 years. It doesn't get any cooler than that!

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Burbank Choppers'

Message  ChopSauce le Mar 18 Aoû - 22:38







10" top chop, etc

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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

Message  Predicta le Mer 19 Aoû - 6:49

Cool et je complète un peu Very Happy











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Bad News - Burbank Chopper's T rod

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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

Message  stephane le Jeu 20 Aoû - 19:26

Bobo c'est celui là qui n'a plus son toit ? non Question
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Message  ChopSauce le Ven 21 Aoû - 17:02







stephane a écrit:Bobo c'est celui là qui n'a plus son toit ? non Question

De ce que j'ai compris, il n'a jamais eu de toit, celui-ci. C'était une carosserie sans toit qui traînait dans la famille depuis des années.

En fait de famille, il aurait pus plus mal tomber Wink
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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

Message  Predicta le Dim 30 Aoû - 21:23


This is a real steel rod built back in the 60's. Very old school. Lots of chrome All steel, all ford. 3500 miles since we resurrected over 10 years ago. This past winter we took it all apart again and rebuilt the 312, added a C4 trans and Winters V8 quickchange with 3.60/3.90 gears. Runs high 13's in the quarter, 8.5 in the eight. Very fun eight mile car. Drives straight, stops good. Lots of chrome, a little patiina, strombergs, Isky, all good stuff.






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1927 Ford Model T Chopped Sedan!

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BODY:
1927 Ford Model T Tudor Sedan Body
Chopped 7" !!
New Polished Windshield Frame
1928 Studebaker Grill Shell, Chopped 7"
All New Glass!

Model A Headlights w/ Modern Bulbs





THE ENGINE / DRIVETRAIN:
Vintage '62 289 Studebaker V8 (Huge in appearance!)
Very Strong
Weiand 2x2 Intake w/ Holley 94 Carbs
Custom Made Linkage
Top of Intake Milled down to match Angle of Car!
All intake clamps from 1951 to match
Smooth Shifting 1957 Studebaker Transmission
Completely Rebuilt
Deep Rumble and Great Sounding Cam
Finned Vintage Valve Covers

Runs Very Cool
1965 Mustang Radiator
Rebuilt Generator and Starter
Starts First Crank, Every Time!





SUSPENSION:
1926 Buick Frame...Flipped Upside Down "Underslung"
Underslung Suspension all Boxed
Fabbed Crossmembers, Lots of Custom Work
1936 Plymouth Double Dip Tube Front Axle
Ford 9" Rear Axle
Pete and Jake's Ladder Bars
Sleeve Airbags
1940 Ford Spindles
1953 F100 Drum Brakes
Custom Made Underslung Springs
1933 Plymouth 17" Wire Wheels
Firestone Bias Ply Tires
MG Front Lever Shocks
Air Ride Drive Height is Completely Adjustable!





INTERIOR:

Out of this World looking Interior!!
1962 Studebaker Steering Wheel, Restored
Nash Metropolitan Dashboard!
1957 Studebaker Truck Speedometer, Rebuilt
Gennie Shifter modified for the Stude
Shift Pattern...PNDLR
Handmade Engine Turned Panels
New Carpet
All New Glass



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1927 Ford Roadster

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I bought the car from the Volo museum - it was on consignment - I still have the advertisement sheet.
Brand new battery about 2 weeks ago.
Sent the exhaust manifolds to California and had them heat-treated. I also installed Phenolic spacers between the carbs and intake, as well as red gas line and a shut-off valve.

Engine: this is what gets the most attention and questions. Most people have no idea what it is. Its a 1947 Cadillac Flathead - 346CI - with dual exhaust.
Trans: 3 speed LaSalle
Rear-end: Dana
Rare Edmunds manifold - with dual carbs.
Leaks a little - burns a little - but nothing terrible. I have no idea how many miles are on the motor - it's low and slow.
I have 2 sets of wheels/tires. The wide ones in the pics are from a car show in 2012. I now have the white-walls on it. The white-wall pics are from today.

The color is Sunrise Patriot - and the interior is pleated white with burgundy trim. No top.
The shifter is from an old cane I had. I cut the head off - tapped it - and used it as the shifter. Looks awesome.
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1927 Ford RPU with Blown Olds

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Re: Ford T hot rod (1908 - 1927) - T rod

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