The iconic stance, the history, and the absolute power always on
display are 1923 Ford T-Bucket attractive. And the price makes the
The deep blue looks stands out on this T-bucket. It has a similar
intimidation factory as black but with added feeling of
distinction. It's always good to have a detailed built where there
are nice things for people to look at up-close, like the two-tone
pinstripe package seen throughout the body. Plus, there are the
right functional upgrades, like the bright LED taillights that have
been integrated to look like they have been there since day one.
And the polished wheels have the cool Cragar-style look, and it
keeps the tradition of having extra meaty ones in the rear. This
gives the car an excellent stance and shows people where the power
really meets the pavement.
The brown interior looks great against the blue exterior, which is
another sign they were put extra thought into this build. They even
have artful fasteners to give this button-top upholstery added
distinction on the seat, side panels, and rear bed cover. You get a
classic low gearshift under your legs, a dash full of crisp gauges,
and the steering wheel is the classic grippy wood-rimmed four-spoke
It's always great to see a Ford-style street machine proudly
showing off blue oval power. They invested nicely to give a ton of
shine to this 302 cubic-inch V8, so we dare you to find another
piece that could be polished. And we especially love the big air
intake that feeds Ford's mighty motor. Plus, you have a Holley
four-barrel carburetor, hi-rise intake, and headers that form the
side exhaust. So this one has plenty of power and a terrific roar.
The three-speed automatic transmission feeds a stout Ford 9-inch
rear end. As you look underneath, you'll see a clean build that
includes discs brakes up front and reinforced ladder bars in the
rear. And that awesome wheel and tire setup look like it has plenty
of fresh rubber.
This is a cool and thoughtful build offered for quite a nice price.
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