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1927 Chevrolet Tudor Capital coach

 
 

1927 Model T Chevrolet Capital Coach - AA Series Vintage quality restoration underway; The previous owner was Emil Anderson, one of Hope's big highway developers. 2 Door, Bucket seats with Bench seat in back; Epoxy sealed chassis; 90 percent restored original frame; New brass bushings on Beam; sealed solid leafs remounted with rubber shock dampeners; Solid wood spoke wheels (excellent shape); Original hubs; New rubber on all four wheels; New tubes; New wheel bearings; 1927 Engine Block and Head rebuilt by Lordco Machine Shop in Maple Ridge BC, they also installed new pistons, head gasket and a refinished Cam Shaft. They also set the clearance for the new Babbitt's and adjusted the pushrods; Rebuilt original water pump, New gaskets; Original Carter brass bowl carburetor with new valve stem; Rebuilt rear drum brake and E-brake shoe liners. New gas tank sealed and lined for Jet Fuel Rating; All original gauges complete, removed for complete restoration; interior & Cowl lights including the original Rear "Bakelite" Brake Light Lens (very rare); Spare tire mount and bumpers; Wood steering wheel refurbished; Hood louvers and hardware (Immaculate condition) All body panels in great shape with 'No Rust', stored for 40 years in a garage; Radiator (great shape), new hose adaptors and thermostat; Transmission refurbished, new gaskets and oil; Differential and drive shaft all good; Original brake linkage; Rocker panels (good shape); Have existing roof for rebuild reference. Paper Sill Template guide and all wood required for re-construction. I went through 4 engine blocks and 5 heads to find them without cracks in the castings. They had no antifreeze back in that day. The Engine Block is painted using the original Chevrolet paint numbers. The only parts not yet found are the original headlamps (aftermarket may do until finding the original lamps) I have the steel frames for the 2 bucket seats and back bench seat. Overview: The Car is ready for the sill boards to be mounted on asphalt strip seal, then rocker panels and so on; the wood framework will take some basic carpentry skills to complete. Fit the body to the wood framework and your almost there. Do the final preparation and bodywork to an all steel body. The body panels have all been sealed and are in great condition, very rare for a 1927 Chevrolet. This year was the 1st time Chevrolet had out sold Ford in automobile sales. There is a commemorative radiator cap to signify this year available on E-Bay. FOR SALE $16500.00 - No trades considered (price is firm). $16,500 >

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