This 1923 Ford T-Bucket is an awesome build for power and poise.
After all, it not only has the slick appearance of a speedy street
machine, but it also has a supercharged V8, upgraded suspension,
and four-wheel disc brakes easily leave everyone else behind.
If you're going to build a T-Bucket that's out to own the asphalt,
then the place to start is a Total Performance body and chassis. So
now that you know they laid the proper foundation, it's time to
look at how they nicely coordinated the whole build. This has the
extras that will make plenty of people take notice, like how the
Blue Silver paint is on both the body and chassis, so it looks
seamless when this hot rod was channeled. And the windshield has a
nice rake to remind everyone that this is made to go fast. In fact,
the cool purple graphics on the cowl are just another way to show
how this one can conquer the wind. And they even made sure to get
the classic T-Bucket pieces right, like plenty of brightwork
details on the headlight surrounds, windshield frame, and rear end
that's on display for everyone behind you to see. Plus, those
Billet Specialty wheels have the perfect look of skinny tire up
front and meaty rubber in the rear to remind everyone where the
power meets the pavement.
The interior is done right with a clean look of a wraparound bench,
color-matched dash, and a very airy cabin of a proper T-Bucket.
Because this is a true performance machine, you also get the right
upgrades. This includes a grippy Grant sports steering wheel, a
full set of Classic Instruments gauges, and a B&M ratchet
shifter. And nothing beat looking out over the windshield and
spotting that monster motor directly in front of you.
They made sure this special powerhouse is always ready to show off.
It's a tidy setup where we dare you to find another component that
can be polished. But the investments we know you'll love the most
are in all-out power. This is a 350 cubic-inch crate V8 that has
performance upgrades like a large QuickFuel 750 CFM four-barrel
carburetor and ceramic-coated headers feeding thunderous side
pipes. And while that's enough for street-eating performance,
that's not even the best part. The Weiand 177 pro-street blower
makes sure this maximizes the power from the moment you twist the
key. And this big power motor has all the right hardy supporting
components. This includes steel braided hoses, Summit Racing
adjustable fuel pressure, Protronics flame-thrower distributor,
upgraded pulleys, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The
TH350 three-speed automatic transmission has a Holeshot 2500 stall.
This feeds a stout Currie 9-inch limited-slip rear with 31 spline
axle and 3.50 ratio for confident take-offs. Not only is this built
on a strong chassis, but you have reinforced hairpins in the rear,
adjustable coilovers, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes.
This is an awesome build from any angle, and so this extra-speedy
T-Bucket is a deal that you know will be moving extra-fast. Call