1923 Ford T-bucket is the featured hot rod in a mystery novel, Hamburgers and Hot Rods. (An autographed copy of the novel will be included with the car.) As the photos show, it's an original modern street rod, rather than a stereotyped 'Fad T' seen commonly. No expense was spared in creating this exquisite top-show car. It has fewer than 1,000 miles since the complete frame-off restoration. It's a multiple trophy-winner (including Best-in-Show) that can be driven anywhere for an exhilarating cruise on a summer day. It's appealing to the eye, as well as very quick to drive. The turtle-deck Speedway body has glowing Corvette Dark Purple Metallic base coat / clear coat paint, and it's mounted on a boxed custom frame that is polished and painted to match the body. Boyd Coddington highly-polished billet aluminum wheels.