614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1923 Ford Model T C-Cab is all about distinction. After all, you not only get vibrant paint on the cool-looking cab, but also memorable features like the hand-painted pinstriping, custom interior, and awesome-looking Mopar V8 power. So dig into the details on all the distinction.
We're surprised they even bothered to put headlights on this one. After all, the yellow paint likely glows in the dark and could land a flying saucer. And that's exactly the kind of color you want on a hot rod like this. If you're looking to be incognito, there are plenty of other high horsepower classics out there. These cars are for the bold, and so only the boldest paint will do. Since this is a C-Cab, there's room for the side graphic for some surf wagon fun. The vinyl roof, bright step plates, and red-tinted windows are all part of this custom style. There's even unique hand-painted pinstriping by El Gordo Pinstriping on the fenders, radiator, and rear double doors. But the Weld Racing wheels with extra meaty rear ones gives this a stance that reminds you this was built for more than just looking good.
Step inside, and the interior is clean with a touch of class - this is exactly how you want a T-style hot rod to look. The dash includes more custom pinstriping and modern Dakota Digital readouts. The driver gets comfy with a nice sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a Hurst Promatic 2 shifter for the three-speed automatic, and even an AM/FM/CD stereo. But the most standout feature of the interior is all behind you. The well-finished cargo section has wood walls. There's even a roll bar that adds strength and a mounting point for the interior light. And because it can easily fit chairs, coolers, and of course, trophies, this is the T-Bucket that can carry all the gear you want to the car show or tailgate party.
An engine like this deserves to be on display for the world to see. The big black air grabber matches the pinstriping, and practically everything else is either exterior-matching yellow or polished to a mirror-like shine. It's the kind of thoughtful total look that will likely win you awards all on its own. Even the firewall shines like a mirror so this beastly powerplant looks double its size. Beyond the style is plenty of substance with a 340 cubic-inch V8 that inhales deeply with dual Holley four-barrel carburetors and a Weiand intake. And those Sanderson Street Rod headers lets this V8 exhale with a powerful thunder. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll see even more bright yellow (a true sign of a thoughtful total build.) Plus, you'll spot nice suspension components, like the hairpins up front and the four-link rear. And you even have adjustable air bags in the rear to dial-in your ideal stance.
It's hard not to get excited about something that has the power, features, look, and quality you want in a standout classic. Don't miss this deal, call today!
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