According to the list of tools provided by ford, I have all but the #27 wrench
Does any body have a picture of one or have one that they would be willing to sell
Where did you get your list? I don't find that number in any of the parts books.
There is a post on the forum on 12/14 under Dan Treace. Scroll down and James Golden provides the list of tools that came with the car
That number comes on a list supplied by Ford with the tools in the tool roll on early T's. Charles Little I believe has a couple of them. I have one too, but it's too much work to get it out.
The #27 wrench is the same thing as the T-1917 band wrench. The early Wrench was wide and had a large Ford script on it. The later ones were a little narrower and had T-1917 on one side, and on the other side was a smaller Ford script.
Aha! Now that I know what it is (band adjustment wrench), here's a picture.
At the top is the early version (#27 AND #1917). Under it are a couple of examples of the later #1917 version. The 1917 designation first appears in the 1911 catalogue, which shows the top wrench. The 1912-1914 tool illustration also shows the wide version. The narrow one first appears in 1915. I don't know when the bottom wrench with the bulging handle first appeared (sometime after 1920), but it's in the illustration for 1925 and later. I don't know why the packing slip dated 1913 still shows the wrench as #27 two years after the parts book shows it as #1917.
(Message edited by steve_jelf_parkerfield_ks on December 15, 2016)