There are all sorts of styles of T Buckets out there and this 1925
Custom seems to take the best features from all of them and roll
them into one. The car has a great look and whether its sitting
still or moving down the road looks incredibly fast. The body is in
great shape and coated in a Black Metallic paint with custom
airbrush work and flames. This pairs perfectly with custom Silver
top which drastically changes up the look of the car. Not everyone
is a fan of tops on T Buckets but this one is sure to change you
mind because it really looks great on the car plus if you do get
caught out in bad weather it will keep you dry until you get home.
The tall windshield helps break the wind and makes the car more
comfortable to drive. The frame is all powder coated Black to match
with the drop axle and front end components being chrome. The car
rides on 15inch Convo Pro Wheels with smooth walled wide tires
mounted in back.
Powering the car is a 331 c.i. small block Chevy motor that was
really well built. The dual due to the 2x4 cross ram intake create
an extremely tough look that always catches peoples attention. The
motor has a ton of chrome and the finned valve covers finish it off
nicely. The ceramic coated headers look great and create a great
sound that is sure to let them know you are coming. Behind the
motor is a Turbo 350 automatic transmission with 3500 stall that
moves through the gears with ease and sends power back to the
positraction Ford 9 inch rear end with 3.73 gears. The car clearly
has no problem speeding down the road and stopping is just as easy
with 4 wheel disc brakes. Other nice features include the 10 gallon
aluminum fuel cell and Optima battery.
The trend with a lot of T Buckets is to create an awesome exterior,
powerful motor and then completely ignore the interior. Well that
is not the case here. The upholstery work is very nicely done in a
roll pleated Black and Silver two tone that looks really sharp. The
carpeting is Black and in great condition. The dash is painted to
match the body and topped with custom pinstriping and airbrushing.
White faced Autometer gauges are nicely framed in a billet bezel
and all work properly. A polished tilt column sits in front of the
driver and is fitted with a very cool Silver metal flake steering
wheel. The shifter is routed through the floor and topped off with
a polished skull shifter knob.
Make this extremely nice T Bucket yours for $47,200.00!
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