This 1927 Ford T-Bucket has an extra-slick style and growling
dual-quad V8. So while this one already grabs you attention, the
value price should be your call to action.
The T-bucket is the original custom street machine. So it's great
to see one with plenty of custom touches, like the raked-back
stance, blue dot taillights, and the nearly seamless smooth rear.
And those Cragar SS wheels are true shining iconic all on their
own. Plus, that orange metallic paint gives this an
attention-grabbing level of simmer.
The interior is done with style and even extra comfort in mind. The
light tan vinyl looks nice as the pattern on the seat matches the
door. Plus, you'll notice nice leg bolstering for extra comfort.
The dash has a nice wood-like look to it, and that coordinates with
the wood-rim three-spoke sports steering wheel that's mounted on a
handy tilt column. There are more performance-minded components
like the B&M ratchet floor shifter and a dash dominated by
classic-style Stewart Warner gauges. And you'll love looking out
over the windshield and seeing the monster motor.
Power like this cannot be contained by a hood. You've got a 350
cubic-inch V8 in the engine bay upgraded with a mild cam setup.
Plus, there's a tall Weiand tunnel ram intake to elevate the dual
Holley four-barrel carburetors and really put them on display. And
those header-fed side pipes really know how to bring the thunder.
The whole package is a thoughtful build, and you see that in
details like the smooth color-matched firewall, color-matched
four-link front end, and the Walker aluminum radiator. The TH350
three-speed automatic transmission takes the power and feeds a
stout 12-bolt rear end. Those extra wide modern tires you've been
admiring really help deliver power to the pavement. Plus, you have
strong ladder bars in the rear and disc brakes up front for added
This T-bucket loves to show off everything from its shimmer to its
V8 growl. So if you're not timid, you know this is the one you
want. Call now!