1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster Red with yellow ghost flames Removable
molded hard top with etched glass back window with oak frame.
Etched glass wing windows with brass fittings. Interior is red
tucked and is like new. The lights, radiator and steering wheel are
brass. New Mickey Thompson tires and tubs with aluminum center line
rear wheels. All chrome frame suspension and rear-end. New Blue
Print motor from Summit Racing. 383 stoker built for a blower. The
blower is a B&M 420 mega blower. It was just rebuilt and opened
up for more air flow. Its under drive now. New disk brakes and
rooters. New Holley distributor and coils. Two four barrow Holley
350 turbo transmission with valve work. B&M ratchet shifter.
New starter and battery. Radiator was just cleaned and tested. This
car won second place in the Super Nationals this year 2017 and won
first place for open detail. I have all documentation on work
preformed on this T-Bucket.
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