1923 Ford Model T Custom T-Bucket, Pristine, Beautiful! Must sell!
This is a t-bucket done right. Every detail is perfect and first
class. The open engine bay, rounded fiberglass body tub, and
extra-large rear tires are all part of the classic T-Bucket look.
The gorgeous candy apple red paint with custom pin-striping is
perfect and looks brand new. Everything is polished and chromed.
The tan Naugahyde upholstery is excellent, and it has a cool bowtie
emblem stitched into the seat. It has a Chevy 327 4-bolt main that
starts right up and runs great. All lines are steel or braided.
Awesome chrome headers and bird catcher intake. Automatic 3-speed
shifts strong. Comes with an extra set of wheels shod in brand new
classic whitewall tires! Everything works, needs nothing. Always
garaged. Recently serviced and detailed. This car is ready to
display at car shows and Cars and Coffee meets. You will not find a
show car for less! Don't miss out on this pristine rare show car.
Clean title in hand. It has passed the Utah safety inspection. I
can trailer and deliver it for a small fee if you don't want to
drive it home. The T-bucket is one of the most enduring and
endearing styles in all of hot rodding. Generally acknowledged to
be the creation of Norm Grabowski in the 1950s, T-buckets are the
essence of the hot rod: big engine, big tires, and a minimalist
body to keep weight to a bare minimum. The shape is archetypal
T-bucket, with the tall, vertical windshield, a wide wrap-around
seat, and stubby pickup-style truck bed out back. Nobody's really
sure how that came to be, but today it's the accepted style of the
T-bucket and it just looks right.