1923 Ford T-Bucket Custom
Nothing says hot rod quite like a T-Bucket. With no fenders, no top and no hood these cars are hot rodding at its core. It is all about big motors, big tires and cruising down the road with the wind in your hair. This 23 T has a really cool look and the front nose really sets it apart from a lot of the other T Buckets out there. It has the track T style rounded shell with a nicely polished out front grill. To each side sit the circle headlights and small turn signals. LED teardrop taillights are mounted in the back. The car was built less than 10 years ago and has only been driven around 6,558 miles since. It is painted White with custom flames that transition from Yellow into Orange and then Red. It has a nice slick finished and no issues. The front windshield is in good condition with side mirrors mounted on both sides. All of the trim is all nicely chromed. The car rides on polished Centerline wheels and in classic T Bucket style sits on Mickey Thompson radials in the back (31x18).
Turning those tires is a nicely built Vortec 350 V8 motor that has less than 2500 miles on it. Since the motor is all exposed it has been cleaned up well with billet valve covers, a chrome alternator, billet spark plug wire looms, a tall chrome air cleaner and of course nicely chromed side pipes for that great rumble. Backing up the motor is a Turbo 350 automatic transmission that transfers power back to the 10 bolt rear end with 3:23 gears. It has a tubular chrome drop straight axle up front and ladder bars in the back. Disc brakes have been added up front and the car has no braking issues. A fuel cell is mounted in the rear deck area and is easily accessed through the top cover. Other nice features include the transmission cooler and remotely mounted battery.
The interior of the car is complete in Tan leather and features a bench seat with lap belts. The dash is covered in matching material and is toped off with Stewart Warner gauges and an AM/FM/CD/DVD player. A nice Grant steering wheels sits in front of the driver and a Sun tachometer is mounted to the column. The Black carpeting is in good shape and the shifter is mounted to the floor. It utilizes a T-handle sifter like what you would find on a 60s Mustang. Storage pockets were added to both sides which is a nice addition as storage can be difficult to find on most Ts. This car has a cool look and runs great. Even in the pictures the car just screams fun! If you have ever thought about building one then save yourself some time and money because this one is ready to go!
Take this Hot Rod home for $21,250.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $15,000.00 to sell fast!
It won't be around for long at that price.
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