Stk#042 1928 Ford T Bucket This T Bucket was built on an original 1928 Frame. Attention has been payed to detail on this car. It is a real sharp car. Painted Persimmon with gold accents that looks great. Dropped front axle is chrome and leaf springs, front disc brakes. Dual outside mirrors, black top, black bed cover with gas cap. Dual rear tail lights, rear license plate holder is chrome as is the antenna. Stainless headlights, turn signal lights are mounted under the headlights. Radiator cover painted to match car. Radiator heat needle, all steering linkage is chrome. Stainless windshield rods, two piece windshield, hand operated wiper blade, SS front brake lines, rear brake lines are solid steel painted black. Buggy leaf springs for rear painted black. 12 Bolt rear end painted black with Mr Gasket rear cover. Chrome rear shocks. Beautiful and a real head turner! There is a bench seat covered in gold vinyl, gold colored carpet, chrome column, 3 point mini steering wheel, mini tach mounted on the column, Stewart Warner gauges with black face mounted in the dash. Automatic shifter in the floor. Turn signal switch mounted under the seat, horn button mounted under the seat. Head light switch, emergency bracket mounted in floor, fire extinguisher in the floor is mounted. Battery mounted under seat, wiring is under the seat pocket mounted on passenger side kick panel. Tan floor mats, rear view mirror mounted on the windshield. Beautiful inside. 327 engine with 300 HP mated to a Turbo 350 transmission, Polished Edelbrock intake, Edelbrock carb, Billet water neck, polished aluminum Edelbrock valve covers finned. Polished Edelbrock air cleaner finned to match valve covers, chrome dip stick for oil, transmission dip stick is painted black, block is painted black. Chrome water pump, aluminum timing chain cover, chrome pulleys, chrome alternator and brackets, polished flex fan, Walker radiator, black MSD plug wires, Ceramic coated headers, chrome oil pan, chrome transmission pan, chrome oil filter. Drives great and runs smooth. Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.