For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1917 Model T roadster. Model T buckets are let's face it, a lot of fun, with wind in your hair and the sun on your face and possibly a bug in your teeth what could be more fun? These light, nimble little roadsters come with a variety of drivetrains. Some prefer the brute force of a Chevy big block and well, it is hard to argue with a Rat motor. Others like the small block Chevy, with their ability to snap from 800 rpms to 4,500 in the blink of an eye. Still another choice is a Small block Ford, I know, who would want a Ford engine in a Ford body!? But how about this choice? A 4 cylinder out of a Pontiac Tempest? A 195 Cubic inch 4 cylinder with rear automatic transaxle and independent suspension to be exact! I would just bet that this will be the only T bucket at your local show with this drivetrain. This 1917 T bucket for sale is dripping black paint and sporting brass accents it has a look that is both familiar but a little different. Riding a little lower than most model T buckets this little roadster looks like it would cut corners with the best of them. So, a sharp T bucket with a unique drivetrain that looks great and handles like a dream, what's to like about that? Just everything! I'll take one to go please. Options include Hub caps, Seat belts, Wire wheel Radial tire and a detachable top. A $237.37 document fee will be added to the sales price. All purchases may be subject to any applicable tax, title, & licensing fees. For more information on this 1917 T bucket for sale call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an email email@example.com
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