STK 2186 1923 Ford Bucket-T This '23 Bucket-T was built in 2015 using quality parts and superb craftsmanship. The style is distinctly old-school, but mechanically it is a modern work-of-art. Many of the new body/chassis/suspension components appear to have been manufactured by Speedway Motors Inc., Lincoln, NE - rodding specialists for over 60 years. The frame assembly has a dropped front axle with a transverse leaf spring/radius-rod suspension. Steering requirements are managed by a Speedway Vega Cross Steering box and braking comes from front discs and rear drums. The rear suspension is trailing-arm with coil-over shocks. Gloss black Wheelsmith Steelies sport nice wide radials. The hot rod is powered by a 350ci Chevy small-block with all the right upgrades including a mild cam, Edelbrock Performer intake, 600CFM Holley and full tube headers with side pipes. Behind the powerful engine is a 350 Turbo automatic and 8 Ford rear with 2.77:1 gears. The fiberglass channeled pick-up body with 20 bed (w/stainless fuel tank) was carefully prepared and then shot with old-school gray primer, providing the distinctive 'no-shine' finish that is absolutely period-correct. There is no top, no fenders, no hood, and no need for any. A stainless steel fuel tank is in the pick-up bed and a door on the passenger side provides easy access to an interior that can best be described as perfectly basic - alloy padded bucket seats, retro floor-shift, custom cup holder and a three-spoke steering wheel (w/o airbag). A nice classic gauge package finishes the driver's space. If you haven't figured it out yet, we love this hot rod. It is everything a modern 'old-school' Bucket-T should be and it is built right. Call 800-650-1055 or visit www.autobarnclassiccars.com for additional information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD AS IS.