When it comes to old street rods you are going to have a hard time
finding something more raw and tough looking than a T Bucket. These
cars are all motor and proudly display their power for the world to
see. This T bucket is based on a 1923 Ford and was nicely built
with a lot of top of the line components. It is set up to be driven
comfortably while looking great the whole time. The body is coated
in a nice Red paint as is the frame. The tall stacked windshield
utilizes a chrome frame with chrome support bars. Chrome headlights
are found up front with round taillights nicely mounted to the
rear. You can't have a car like this running around on skinny
wheels so Weld Racing wheels are found throughout with wide Mickey
Thompson tires in the back.
Those fat tires aren't just for looks though because the 355 c.i.
small block Chevy motor has no problem getting them to spin. It has
been fitted with aluminum heads, a 2x4 tunnel ram, dual four barrel
Edelbrock carburetors and a scoop up top. It has also been fitted
with a lot of chrome and stainless steel headers. The car has a
great sound and when it starts up you can tell there is some
horsepower there. The motor is backed by a 350 automatic
transmission with 3000 stall converter and a Chevy 10 bolt rear end
with 3.42 gears. To make sure you stay on the ground a chrome
wheelie bar was added in back. The car has a coil over suspension
system on it and rides down the road well for a T Bucket. The
electrical system is all functioning properly and the car is fitted
with an Optima battery.
The interior has been kept pretty simple with a Black rolled
pleated seats and a Red dash. The seat has bucket style bottoms
with a bench style back. On the dash you will find white face
Autometer gauges in an aluminum bezel and a tilt steering column.
The shifter is routed through the floor and topped off with a skull
shifter knob. The rear trunk portion has been upholstered with
matching Black and opens up to reveal the aluminum fuel cell.
If your ready to start tearing up the streets in a T Bucket of your
very own this is definitely one to check out!
Get it for less than it would cost to build at only $29,500.00!
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