Saturday, June 20, 2009

Community Garden Raffles Hot Rod

The Hope Community Garden of Wilmer will hold a raffle on a great looking 1925 Model T Truck Hot Rod! Check out the photo essay.

This HOT ROD belongs to Dale Graham. He is offering the Hope Community Garden of Wilmer to sell Raffle Tickets for this HOT ROD. The tickets will sell for $100.00. Once we have sold 300 Tickets, Dale will bring the HOT ROD to the winning ticket holder. The Hope Community Garden of Wilmer will keep $3,000.00 to further the Garden Project.

Please contact Pamela McQueen if you are interested in purchasing a ticket by telephone at 214-586-4658 or email to

Just an overview of the Hot Rod;

Registered as a 1925 Model T pickup truck. (antique license) 60.00 bucks good for 5 yrs. Speedway motors rolling chassis

with 9" Ford rear end, Mosier axles, 3.25 posi, modified Turbo 350 tranny with Vette lock-up convertor, JEGS performance 350 4 bolt main

SB Chevy, Edelbrock intake and Edelbrock Performer carb 650 cfm. 16 gal fiberglass fuel tank, Optima battery, 25 bucket T extended body

with 24" pick up bed. 39 Ford LED tail lamps, license plate lamps, turn signals, Halogen headlamps, Walker Radiator with 18" electric fan.

Top of the line SW guages, Lokar shifter and linkage, Lokar accelerator pedal, linkage and shift down linkage. MSD HEI distributor. The

upholstery is cream color pleated leather, rear tires are Hoosier 31.5/16.5 X 15 on Weld wheels and the front tires are I Fusion 195/65RX15

on Weld wheels, Bilstein coil over shocks (rear), Speedway Motors Ceramic headers with sprint car baffled exhaust pipes, Corvair reverse

steering gear box (20:1), Painless wiring harness, Penta-Star brake/turn LED lamps , Grant removable Steering Wheel (sprint car style).

The previous owner gave me well over 22,000.00 worth of receipts and said he easily spent another 1000.00+ for specialty bolts,

fasteners, stainless braided hoses, brake line and fuel line fabrication and declined to say how much he spent for labor but I know it was a

chunk. Further modifications are in progress but vehicle is worth a solid 25,000.00 or more to the right buyer and as a raffle easily good for

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