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1927 Spirit T Roadster Day One Day One of build

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1927 Spirit T Roadster Day One Day One of build
I felt like it would be fun to document the progress of my Spirit 27 T Roadster on this site.

The car will be built in the Track T style and has a unique one piece cowl hood/track T nose, all built by Spirit.

I ordered the car in late Sept. and picked it up last Saturday.

Lot's of fun with B.C. on Saturday afternoon and a 350 mile round trip.

I did not purchase the Deluxe kit, as I had many of the items already, but purchased the basic kit with many extras. Very close to the deluxe or complete 27 kit.

The car is slightly different in frame design with a two inch higher kickup in the rear and a six inch dropped front axle.

The car has the chrome package.

The wheels are from the Wheelsmith. 1935 Ford wire replicas in red powdercoat and sealed for tubeless tires. 1935 Ford new trim rings and V8 center caps. Very high quality pieces.

Ford 8.8 with discs all around.

Fronts are 15 X 5.5 with dual bolt patterns 4 1/2 on 5 and 4 3/4 on 5.

Rears are 16 X 8 with same bolt patterns

Tires are 205/75 R15 and 295/50 R16.

I will have various galleries for days of build. What you see here was accomplished the first day after unloading trailer.

Quality pieces from Spirit...and great to deal with.

If you have questions or need photos, let me know.

rwdoty@msn.com
Day One unloading the car from the trailer



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Member: rwd95v
Created: 11-04-2007 09:49 AM
Last Modified: 11-15-2007 11:01 PM
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B.C. Wow it did not take you long to get after it. Your Idea for that front end and the way it will be droped will make a very unique and very very cool bucket. I can't wait to see it done. Now all you have to do is get er done in time for the Bash! 11-17-2007
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