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1927 Dodge "C" cab Delivery, Hot Rod, Rat Rod

1927 Dodge Other

Make: Dodge
Model: Other
Type: 'C' Cab Delivery
Year: 1927
Mileage: 2,400
VIN: DB27DBM070250
Color: Flat Black
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Burgundy
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Cartersville, Georgia, United States
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Description for Dodge Other 1927

Custom built, one of a kind 1927 Dodge 'C' Cab delivery finished in 2009Frame; 2x3 tubing, 3" drop in center, 10" kick in rear ALL joints plated with 3/16 steel, front cross member is 3" and 1/4" wall.Front Suspension: 4" drop tube, 4 link with sway bar, Corvette disksRear Suspension: 1/4 eliptic (78 Dodge wagon -22" and inverted) with hair pins, coil over shocks on a 8 1/2" Dodge 'A' body rear with 2 1/2" wide drums and 198 gearsMotor: 1991 Dodge 360, RV cam, Hi-flow water and oil pumps, AL intake with Edelbrock carb, 64-66 Cuda Fender wall headersTrans: 1974 Dodge 727Cooling: 1991 Dodge 1 ton van radiator mounted in rear with copper lines and 2 hi-flow electric fans (side scoops and underfloor ram-air scoops help provide air to fans)Body: Hand made from 18 gauge steel with 5 side braces and 4 roof bracesWheelbase: 113"
The 'C' cab Delivery currently has valid Georgia registration Georgia title number: 997958141272028It is currently running and driving (had it out the other day)
I have been building cars, trucks and bikes since 1965, but around 2005 I realized that I had never build one from scratch. So I went over to Home Depot and picked up some 2x3's and plywood and laid out this C cab. Once I had the basic shape I build the frame and then pick a dozen sheets of 18 gauge and built the body. The original drawing it was yellow with a turbo-charged slant 6. But I had it by the door of the shop and everyone kept touching it and the next day it would have rusty fingerprints all over it. One day I cleaned it up and painted it flat black. After that everyone started saying it looked like something from the Munster's TV show and that it looked Sinister (thus the name). Unlike a normal T Bucket frame that is 96", Sinister's wheelbase is the same as a 69 Camaro (113") and is set up to use everything from a V8 to a Slant-6 to a Viper motor.I am currently building an all steel ride for my wife based on a 1925 Dodge Opera Coupe.