1927 Ford Model T Custom Roadster
Built by Frank Mack of Farmington, Michigan, this modified Ford Model T became famous in hot rod circles after it was featured in the November 1953 issue of Hot Rod magazine. Mack’s customization included lowering the car, channeling the body three inches over the frame, and fitting a hand-formed hood and belly pan. The nose was crafted from two 1941 Chevy front fenders and the headlights are off of a 1927 Jordan. This hot rod survives in original, unrestored condition.
Collection of Bruce Meyer
Image by: Jacob Nuibe Photography