Phill Laursen's 1926 Model T Roadster




Here's one cool 1926 Model T Lakes Modified Roadster
Owned and For Sale by Phill Laursen, USA
Engine:Crate Clone of ZZ 430 V8 Chevrolet Built by Billings
Modified to Estimated 450 Horsepower,
Four Bolt Main Block, Forged Steel Crankshaft, Forged Powdered Metal Connecting Rods, 23 Degree "Fast Burn" Aluminum Heads
Vortec Dual Plane Aluminum Intake Manifold
Roller Rockers, Aluminum Water Pump
“Dyno-Doug” Builder of Sprint Car Motors at FBR Racing in Milpitas Installed a New Elgin Cam, Bigger Valves & Springs, Aluminum Heads, New Guides, Rocker Studs, Timing-Chain and Two-Piece Timing-Covers to Change Cams without Pulling the Whole Cover.
Holley 770 CFM Street Avenger Carb also modified by “Dyno-Doug,
New Throttle-Return Springs and Jets.
Spin-Tech mufflers, Exhaust has Sprint-Car Wrapping
Hydraulic Lifters, Thermostatically-Operated Electric Fan
Aluminum Radiator and "Burp" Tank
Frame: 2” x 3” x 3/16” Wall Steel Tube Frame with Three Cross Members and K-Member Combination to Hang Transmission Mount
Brakes Front: Wilwood Discs with 12” Rotors,
Brakes Rear: Corvette Inboard Discs
Transmission: 700R4 with Lokar Shifter
JMS Transmissions Electric Overdrive Lock-Up in Any Gear
Front Suspension: Semi-Elliptical Springs with Friction Shocks
Rear Suspension: Semi-Elliptical Springs with Friction Shocks
Control Arms, Trailing Arms, Uprights, Half-Shaft, Zipper Motors Brackets.
Differential: Winters Quick-Change with 3:38 Gears
Interior: Upholstery by Howdy Ledbetter
Handmade Dash, Firewall, Mirrors, Inside door Release
Classic Instruments Gauges, 11 Gallon Moon Tank.
Wheels & Tires: Halibrand Wheels
Front = BF Goodrich Traction T/A P185/65 R15
Rear = BF Goodrich Sport Truck T/A LT345/55 R16
Weight & Distribution: Left Front = 397 pounds, Right Front = 483 Pounds,  Left Rear = 606 Pounds, Right Rear = 507 Pounds, Total = 1,987 Pounds.
For Sale: 40.000 USD
Location: Gilroy, California, USA
Phone: 408-656-2490
Email: phidgety@gmail.com
Link to More Info / Pics: HERE

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