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Features A Great Little Barn Find: 1927 Ford Hot Rod

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Jive-Bomber, Aug 3, 2021.

  1. Jive-Bomber
    Joined: Aug 21, 2001
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    Jive-Bomber submitted a new blog post:

    A Great Little Barn Find: 1927 Ford Hot Rod

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  2. Gearhead Graphics
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    Running/driving and a dose of that ford buttercream yellow and youd break necks
     
  3. Tman
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    Very cool.
     
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  4. 2935ford
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    Nice find! :)
     
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  5. Jungle Jalopy
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    I love it! Proof of how good a full fendered T can look.
     
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  6. anthony myrick
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    Perfect.
    Doesn’t even need paint
    Lucky!
     
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  7. Tow Truck Tom
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    A Superstar!
     
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  8. Cyclone Kevin
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    I went to see that 26-27 32 chassied full Fendered T-Roadster. In June. The guy wanted a pretty decent amount for it , a 61 Corvette w/the wrong FI unit on it & a 65 V8 Mustang.
    Has great things about it, some not so great…. Whoever’s purchased it can thank me for popping out the dent in the deck lid. this car was a true “Pasadena Find”,
    I met the seller @ a club meeting when he was attempting to get a feel for the pricing. The owner past away and left these and a house in trust to the seller and another person which I didn’t meet. 9672E0D9-3052-4F29-8B78-B8E7B322F1D4.jpeg
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    So did Tony buy it?
     

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  9. Tim
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    Dang that’s cool
     
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  10. Jive-Bomber
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    Kevin- Thanks for posting those images!! I think Thacker bought it from what I read on FB. It's at Mick's Paint getting fixed up a bit...
     
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  11. That is awesome! Saw the video on FB, love that headlight bar.
     
  12. Stogy
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    Thanks for sharing @Jive-Bomber and @Cyclone Kevin for adding some more juicy details...

    Finding any old car in a barn is awesome but a Hotrod capsule priceless...I look forward to the ressurection of this Ole Timer that has so many interesting details...
     
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  13. rod1
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    Nice.
     
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  14. bowie
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    What an awesome T ! I can’t help but draw a comparison to Don Bracy’s similar styled northwest treasure. 7714ED86-BACC-44EF-81BE-34600F4E4B06.jpeg A3B8E47F-3421-4D11-94F1-98BD68423277.jpeg 8AE7855B-750B-47A6-917A-FA3A60080D0C.jpeg
     
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  15. Blues4U
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    Thas bitchin!
     
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  16. AmishMike
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    Wow, what a find. New fluids, check/replace all rubber lines, careful check brake pieces for rebuild, radiator ok, new tires, renew ignition, rebuild carbs, hose off & drive. More pics please
     
  17. AmishMike
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    & clean out mouse history
     
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  18. redoxide
    Joined: Jul 7, 2002
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    Just sold my 27 T roadster body the other week to help finance a new rear axle .. Since then all ive seen are ultra cool T roadsters... Life is cruel sometimes .. lol
     
  19. catdad49
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    Historical Find, the way they were, not someone’s perception! Look forward to see more of this little T-reasure.
     
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  20. UNCLECHET
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    Wow! It's going to be fun seeing it come back to life!
     
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