COOL WELL BUILT T-BUCKET, 350 V8, AUTO, FRONT DISCS, LADDER BARS, COILOVERS!
Huge flair, big power, a racer's heart, some unique upgrades, and iconic style – this 1923 Ford T-Bucket offers it all for quite an obtainable price.
This is the iconic hot rod to have because the now-legendary shape is the one that launched the movement. This one gets all the elements you love right – open engine, open cockpit, and an upright windshield. But looks a little closer, and you'll see a very thoughtful build. Elements like the full cycle fenders, shoulder seatbelts, and roll hoop are pieces that you like to see but rarely find. And not only are the whitewalls on the 15-inch torque thrust wheels attractive, but you also have a full-size tire AND correct wheel mounted to the rear. But more than just practical, we know why you're attracted to this one. It has a style all its own that instantly attracts a crowd. And with a removable engine cover and hard top, you really get to choose how you want to present this to the world. The aggressive red paint looks great on the lightweight fiberglass body. Plus, it really helps bring out the flair of all that custom diamond plating and flames that make this one shine in all the best ways.
The right T-bucket knows how to focus on the driving experience while still looking good. The bright diamond plating of the exterior returns on the dash, and it cleanly houses the full gauge package, including large tach. There's more great shine on the wood and chrome steering wheel. And the tall shifter looks cool, and at the same time, it definitely comes in handy. Plus, those bucket seats look like they were borrowed from a Porsche, but they are covered in a comfortable cloth. So you never have to worry about hopping in on a sunny day.
Because you have the choice of keeping the engine bay on display for the world, they made sure it coordinated with the rest of the car and its bright/tough diamond plate theme. More than just style, you have a strong 350 cubic-inch V8 that's been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer intake. And those long tube headers add power as they contribute to the thunder of the side pipes. And this power package is linked to a racer's choice Powerglide two-speed transmission. Add in front disc brakes, a ladder bar rear end, and adjustable coilovers, and this is an outstanding street machine.
With only about 450 miles on this very custom build, you're looking at a lot of classic for quite a nice price. So don't let this deal slip away, call today!
- Removable Hard Top
- Tilt Wheel
- Cloth Interior
- Exterior Color
- Medium Red
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- Rear End
- 10 Bolt
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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