This 1923 Ford T-Bucket delivers the classic hot rod look while
also giving you plenty of extras distinction. That means extra nod
from people about the design of the paint, interesting features,
and the dual-quad Mopar power.
The classic T-bucket is the icon that started the custom car scene,
and so it deserves the extra time and investment it took to give
this one a terrific individual spirit. The red paint already gives
this one a bold look, but what will really get people talking are
the side graphics. Two distinct patterns run the full side of the
car. One is a crisp stripe with a classic fade, and the other is a
bold black streak with an artist's paint splatter touch. It shows
you they took extra time an effort in this one. After all, it still
has the classic T-bucket pieces, like the rear carriage lights,
two-piece windshield, and bright wheels. But now you also see
thoughtful extras, like new front light w/integrated turn signals,
a luggage rack attachment for the rear, and the body channeled over
the frame for a more aggressive forward-leaning stance.
The interior is done in a tasteful tan. It has the proper T-bucket
look with the seat wrapping around so the pattern seamlessly makes
the side panel, too. The wood-rimmed steering wheel, crisp gauges,
and Hurst shifter deliver the right performance car feeling. Plus,
you get nice extras, like cup holders and a removable soft top.
The engine bay is on display for the world to see, and so they took
the time to give it extra flair. After all, you not only have that
big air grabber seizing all the attention, but it's accented in an
exterior-matching red. So are the valve covers, and the whole block
is red, too. Add in a ton of shine, and this one is worth showing
off. Plus, the Mopar Performance on the valve covers give another
hint at distinction. Rarely do we see this kind of motor, so Dodge
boys will love to spot the 360 cubic-inch V8. And it's a powerful
total package with dual Holley four-barrel carburetors, a Weiand
hi-rise intake, and Sanderson headers feeding the growling side
pipes. There even the right supporting components, like an aluminum
radiator w/electric fan and a separate trans cooler. The
Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit
to handle this power, and power brakes with discs up front deliver
firm stopping power.
A lot of extras went into this T-bucket, so you need to be
extra-quick to grab this hot rod deal. Call today!!!
Titled as 1923 Ford Recon**