This 1926 Ford T-Bucket loves to be different. You see it
everywhere from the twin turbo V8 to the right-hand drive interior.
And the way that this speedy patina build is also done with such
high quality makes the full package irresistible.
The body is fiberglass, and there's less than 250 miles on the
whole build. But you might have not known that from the first
impression. This one revels in the rat rod personality so well that
they made the body look like an aged patina machine. And the real
thoughtfulness of this one is in the details. You see it up front
where the shock tower brace has cool flamework cut through the
center. And the intakes for the twin turbos are there to look like
the classic King Bee headlights (your bright LEDs almost look like
part of the radiator in their custom alloy housings.) The
channeling of the body is so expertly done that this looks like
it's almost floating - especially when you raise the rear air ride
suspension. And so as you look over the whole car, you can really
start to see how they sweated the details to make something truly
In a roadster that seems to always answer the question "Why not?"
it seems only fitting to have it in right-hand drive. Leather
bucket seats, full gauges, and a sports steering wheel all
correctly cover the basics. And just like the exterior, you'll love
all the details. There's plenty of bravado with the flame-like
aluminum door panels with red back-lighting, and the gearshift has
a brass knuckle-style top. Plus, we know you'll love the way the
windshield fully glows at night.
The motor has the same cool style as the rest of the car. Plenty of
patina and exposed welds makes it fit in with the rat rod crowd.
But you also know there's so much more going on here. It's a
4.8-liter V8 with aluminum heads and FiTech fuel injection. Plus,
those twin turbos have an awesome style as they provide awesome
power. And you can even tell it's built right with the large
intercooler mounted in front of the aluminum radiator. It's a
strong motor that makes a thunderous growl out of the open exhaust.
While this is a true wild machine, the three-speed automatic
transmission and four-wheel power disc brakes are there to help you
keep it all under your control.
Complete with title documentation, it's hard not to love something
this unique looking and awesomely powerful. But the only problem is
with a one-of-a-kind right now may be your only chance to ever get
it in your garage. Call today!!!
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