When you work at Sibs place, you get used to having cool parts laying around. This 1926 ford roadster was assembled by 3 teenagers that have been helping out at Sibs since before they could drive. Under the watchfull eye of Jim Sibley, the 3 were given the task of building a rod using only parts we had laying around. In less than a years time the young builders came up with the black T. It is powered by a 354 c.i Hemi engine . the transmission is a turbo 400. The rear end is from a 55 t bird. It has 4.11 gears and the right lug pattern to fit the vintage rocket wheels that were laying in the sibs hotrods attic, waiting for just a car as this.
I am sure you will agree that the boys did a great job of using what they had to build a great car. I am sure they will never forget the expierence as long as thay live.
After finishing this baby, they had the privilidge of taking it out for some well earned burnouts, before selling it to fund the next highschool hotrod to be built at Sibs place.
It is projects like this that will ensure hot rodding sticks around for a little while longer.