For sale is a 1923 Ford T-bucket ASVE (titled as a 2008) is a bold
orange street machine with some terrific extras and triple-deuce on
top of the V8. The orange is more than just on the body. It's also
on the frame and in the details like the front transverse leaf
springs up front, axles, and the nicely integrated side steps to
give this one a much more uniform look. It also makes the blue/gray
of the completion-style American Racing Torq Thrust wheels stand
out even more. Plus, using a coupe-style body for this T-bucket
creates a nice trunk to stow your fuel tank, battery, and even a
cargo box. The deep tan interior looks good against the exterior
orange, which is exactly what you want in a vehicle that's open to
the world. The bench seat has thoughtful bolstering and a nice
style that coordinates with the side panels. This is built for
purist motoring, and so you get a clear upright windshield, grippy
steering wheel, and Stewart Warner gauges. This 307 cubic-inch V8
has more go-fast goodies like an Edelbrock intake and headers that
create the thundering side pipes. Not only is this powerful and
booming, but it also has the right supporting components like a
large alternator and an aluminum radiator. With a three-speed
automatic transmission and adjustable coilovers in the rear, this
has all you want for an ideal T-bucket. VIN CA963082
1923 Ford T Bucket
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