For sale by Gateway Classic Cars in our Dallas showroom is a 1923
Ford T-Bucket. Powering this bad to the bone T-Bucket is a Ford 351
Cleveland mated to 3 Speed Auto. With a T-Bucket, dressing up the
engine is part of the whole look. In addition to the Sanderson
Zoomie headers, there is a polished aluminum air cleaner, polished
Ford Racing valve covers, chrome alternator, braided lines, a
polished firewall, chrome water pump, chrome fuel pump, polished
aluminum oil pan, The rest of it comes from the smooth red paint
finish complemented by the cream vinyl interior. Then there are the
polished aluminum Weld wheels with Hoosier radial rubber. Those
meats in the back measure 31" tall and 18.5" wide on a 15" diameter
wheel. Underneath the car is a polished aluminum oil pan, rear end
cover, a larger transmission pan, and new rear shock bushings for
the adjustable coil-overs for the rear suspension. The last part of
the underside is a painted Ford rear-end housing. Inside is a white
vinyl bench seat, a Grant steering wheel attached to a painted
column, and a nice shifter. This is a well-thought-out build that
is sure to stand out amongst the other T-Buckets. For more
information on this 1923 Ford T-Bucket, call: 817-310-9400 or stop
by our Dallas showroom. To view HD photos and video, visit
1923 Ford T Bucket
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