This 1923 Ford T-Bucket adds its own style to this iconic setup.
And when you see the four-wheel disc brakes, quality of the
details, and a dual-quad V8, you realize there's no better way to
turn heads or burn rubber for this kind of affordability.
This roadster has the instant look of distinction in the way the
paint has a speedy style where it looks like the wind has streaked
the blue paint down the silver body. And of course, the big V8,
side pipes, and extra-wide rear tires are all part of this powerful
presence, too. But there's an added shine and crispness to the full
style that tells you this one is more than just about muscle.
Award-worthy builds are born out of an attention to detail. That's
why you'll love the thought that went into this one. You see the
extra care in the planning in places like the color-matched frame
so it looks like a seamless blue into the channeled body. Even the
rear axle is painted blue just in case people get a peek at it from
the lifted rear. And the dark blue pinstriping against the light
blue metallic paint is a terrific subtle touch. Plus, it has all
the right classic elements you want, like the bright grille,
upright two-piece windshield, and carriage lights on the rear. So
as you look over it all, the big investment in the details will
really have you hooked.
The interior has a clean black style that shows off more of the
thoughtful setup. This gets the vintage T-bucket features right
with the tall polished steering column with a classic wood-rimmed
steering wheel on top.
And while the dash is dominated by the full gauge package, a
matching AutoMeter tach is mounted to the column. There are also
some thoughtful details you don't get in all roadsters. The bench
seat has good thigh bolstering for good comfort, the floor shifter
is a Lokar unit, and there's an AM/FM receiver with Bluetooth
mounted below the passenger side of the seat.
The high-polish engine bay is meant to be kept on display. It's
also extra tidy so that people can clearly see the color-matched
block of the 350 cubic-inch V8. And more than just style, this one
has serious substance. The Weiand intake supports two Holley
four-barrel carburetors for the ultra-desirable dual-quad setup. Of
course, it wouldn't be a true T-Bucket unless it's all capped off
with the massive chrome butterfly hood scoop. This monster motor
makes a monster growl thanks to a header-fed side pipe dual
exhaust. And while this seems like a beastly machine, you can also
see the right supporting components, like steel braided lines with
AN fittings and an MSD ignition. As you look under the car, not
only will you spot the painted chassis, but also nice upgrades like
the polished hairpin front and rear ends, a three-speed automatic
transmission, and rear adjustable coilovers. This even has the
superior stopping force of four-wheel disc brakes.
You know this is one for detail lovers. So if you're ready for all
eyes to be on you, call today!