This 1927 Ford Model T is located in our FT Lauderdale FL showroom. The Model T was the car that really brought the idea of a motorized buggy to the masses. With a model run that lasted for 2 decades and over 15 million units to say it was a success would be an injustice. The model T was great for its time but impractical to drive in modern times. That is where the street rod comes in. A street rod is basically a pre WWII car that has been modified with more modern components to increase performance and even comfort. This is a perfect example of just that. Starting with the body which was completely disassembled and taken down to bare metal the body was then protected using rustloc epoxy ensuring the medal for years to come. The body was then put back on the factory frame with the spring brackets welded to the frame rails. The floor panels were all replaced with removable panels making it not only structurally sound but easier for maintenance. The front end has adjustable coil overs for ride quality and a GM disc brake set up giving it modern stopping performance. The rear end has the same set up but uses a 97 Ford with a 2.71 gear making this a great highway car. Power is made from a peppy 302 Ford that was converted over to a Holley 4 Barrel keeping the fuss of electronics to a minimum. Mated up to an AOD transmission the modern features on this street rod just keep going. The interior has been outfitted with a state of the art sound system that even has a flip out TV so you can enjoy you're favorite movie while at the next car show. The new black vinyl top and seat covers are a great contrast against the bright red paint job. It even has some LED's that with the flip of a switch will have a soft glow coming from underneath the car. Definitely not an option in 1927 but then again the only thing 1927 about this Streetrod is the title. Options on the 1927 Ford Model T include; AM/FM/CD/DVD, Manual Top, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, and Radial Tires. This 1927 Ford Model T Streetrod can be seen, including an HD video, at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information call the showroom at (954) 227-4202 or email email@example.com.