Description: You are looking at a 1923 Ford Model T track roadster. This one of a kind creation was completed and was hardly ever used. This tricked out roadster is very tight fitting and would be best for a person “6 ft” or shorter. Under the hood you will find a Chevrolet 350 cubic inch V8 with aftermarket parts such as Edelbrock air intake, Edelbrock 650 4 barrel carburetor, block hugger headers, aluminum radiator with electric fan, and Mallory distributor and is connected to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission. The fully custom interior comes in a Deep red which is in excellent condition. The dash is very simple yet clean with its one piece billet aluminum gauge cluster for all necessary gauges. Other interior features include a detachable Aluminum steering wheel, and a tastefully done center console. The exterior fiberglass body is made by a company called Zipper which comes with suicide doors and comes in a beautiful Pearl Blue with nicely done red pin stripping with light blue on the bottom louvers. A very nice touch on this vehicle when you look underneath, you will see that the belly pan has been completely covered and painted with the matching louvered style steel. The polished solid front I-beam with wishbone front suspension in combination with the suicide steering column really gives this roadster an old-school look. It rest on adjustable coil over suspension in the rear and also has a Ford 9 inch rear end with custom aluminum rear end cover. The louvered trunk comes in Deep Red also and holds the battery and gas tank. It rolls with a set of chrome U.S. Mags wheels that are offset to 15 inch up front and 20 inches in the rear that are wrapped with fresh Continental tires and are stopped by disc brakes all the way around. Call us to make an appointment for a test drive today!