Very cool, old school Bucket T roadster. Actually reminds me of the
Dragula! Has a lot of vintage features including the gold paint
with heavy metal flake and white custom pinstripe. The turtle back
rear end features '59 caddy tail lights. Bright white tuck and
rolled upholstery with an old style wood steering wheel. The dash
has a matching set of vintage Stewart Warner gauges. A lot of money
has been spent on mechanics. Completely rebuilt 350 with receipts.
Has 4 bolt mains, bored 40 over, flat top pistons, Comp Cam, 202
fuelie heads, Edelbrock intake with a Holley 650 double pumper carb
and velocity stack air cleaner. Has HEI ignition and chrome
headers. Kept cool with aluminum radiator and overflow with an
electric fan. Turbo 350 automatic. Custom boxed frame. $5,500 just
spent on suspensin and steering. Chrome front end with drop axle
and trailing arms. Narrowed Ford 9 inch rear with disc brakes and
coil over shocks. Has vintage 12 spoke wheels in front, Radir
wheels in back with BFG tires all around. Engine and underside is
detailed. Dressed with chrome top and bottom. Titled as a 1924
Ford. Old school looks but fresh restore. Ready for some
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Vintage SW gauges
Detachable wood wheel
Motor meter hood ornament
Chrome drop axle
1924 Ford T Bucket
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