Serial Number 15,003,275 and a great example of the Model T in her final year. God runner and that has many new parts. The car has a nice solid restoration with only minor cosmetic needs. Drive her and enjoy the world through 1927 lenses on either the battery or original Ford Magneto power. The car features:
1. Solid steel restored and painted body with bonus front bumper
2. Good newer tires and tubes, on sporty red steel wheels all around including spare with Ford scripted cover
3. All lights work and dash-light for evening cruising.
3. Interior has been reupholstered in the past 10-15 years but still has some original back covered wool panels.
4. Good seat springs and cushions.
5. All new chrome accents on headlights, hubcaps, lugnuts, step-plates and rear view mirror and details all over the car.
6. Brand new Brassworks radiator, hoses with new moto-meter and dog-bone cap.
7. Newer roof.
8. Good running motor with new wiring and plugs.
9. Rebuilt ignition/spark coils inside coil box with new lid.
10. New manifolds, both exhaust and intake with newly professionally rebuilt Holley NH carburetor.
11. Good rebuilt starter and good working original water-pump.
12. Chrome domed engine headbolts and head gasket was de-carbonized and changed in the last 3 years.
13. Rebuilt original 1920s Aoogah horn works on Model T horn button on column.
14. Side windows are laminated-safety glass for protection.
15, Brand new 6 volt battery and battery cables as well.
The car can use a little cleaning & polishing and both the small back glass and windshield have cracks in them. But they don't detract from the enjoyment of the car. Starts well and has cotton transmission bands that work well. The car has an open and clear title ready for you. Walkaround video on Youtube, type in: "1927 Coupe For Sale JC" for 1 minute walk around clip, and "1927 Coupe Driving JC" for video from inside the car. Text questions to 630-935-8561. Asking $11,000
The car has been SOLD. Thanks to all for the interest.
STILL FOR SALE: Buyer could not complete the sale, so this coupe is still for sale. Accepting offers on a nice Tin Lizzie.
If I hadn't just got this 24 Coupe I would be a buyer
Thanks Gents, I just replaced both cables to and from the starter button and added a new Timer as well. Its fun to make old stuff new again.
Price Drop to $10,500 on the 1927 Coupe.
I would like to talk with you about your '27 Coupe. Can you email me your phone number.
Nice ad James !
Great images .....
Thanks Jim!I always try to shoot pics in the afternoon sun when fewer shadows complicate the lighting.
Bump and PRICE DROP TO $9500. Someone give this nice coupe a good new home.
Car has been sold. Thanks!