This T Bucket was built by myself and only the best of anything was used in its construction. The frame was built and welded by me and all the other suspension parts were machined in my shop. The four bars and many other parts are constructed from stainless steel to avoid chrome plating.
The engine is a new Gen VI 454 BBC with a roller cam and Edelbrock heads and intake with a Demon carb. The headers have been Jet Hot coated and have a life time warranty The transmission is a 700R4 that has been cleanup and powder coated . The car uses a scratched built 9 inch Ford with 3:73 gears.
Many of the parts are hand fabricated including the steering wheel, pedals, headlight stands. and most suspension parts.
The car drive well and is all ways a hit. It has done well anyplace it has been.
There are many more pictures I can send to an interested party.
NOTE: The trailer shown in some pictures is NOT included.
I will entertain offers as well as possible partial trades feel free to contact me with any questions.
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