ONE OWNER TOTAL PERFORMANCE BUCKET, 350 W/ BLOWER, 15K MILES ON BUILD, NICE!
The bold and fresh look of this 1923 Ford T-Bucket is going to grab instant attention. But what people are really going to remember is this custom-built speed machine with a powerful 350 cubic-inch crate V8 with supercharger on top!
If you're going to build a T-Bucket that's out to own the asphalt, then the place to start is a Total Performance body and chassis. So now that you know they laid the proper foundation, it's time to look at how thoughtful the whole build is. This has the extras that will make plenty of people take notice, like how the vibrant yellow is on the body, grille frame, and even the big air topper for a well-coordinated look. And they even made sure to get the classic T-Bucket pieces right, like plenty of brightwork details on the headlight surrounds, windshield supports, windshield frame, and front suspension that's on display for everyone to see. Plus, those Centerline wheels have the perfect look of skinny tires up front and meaty rubber in the rear to remind everyone where the power meets the pavement. And because that extra-wide rear tires are so prevalent, it combines with the rear shelf, grille, and removable vinyl top to almost look like a two-tone black against the bold yellow.
A roadster like this is meant to spend time open to the world, and so the timeless black and yellow presentation continues inside. And since this is a one-owner low-mileage build, everything remains looking quite fresh. The interior is done right featuring a clean look of a wraparound bench with individual bolstering, an exterior color-matched dash, and a very airy cabin of a proper T-Bucket. There are the right performance features, like the grippy Grant sports steering wheel and a dash dominated by a full set of Classic Instruments gauges (including large speedo and tach.) And of course, the best performance piece is being able to get a commanding view of that awesome powerhouse in front of you.
A proper T-Bucket makes sure that people are always drawn to the motor. That's why there was a solid investment making sure it's looking bright and tidy. There's even a nicely detailed look with the black block coordinating with the exterior accessory color. You may have also noticed that the carbs are done in black to match. It's not only a cool custom color detail, but also these are two dual-barrel Weber units. So you get one of the most unique four-barrel T-buckets around. But of course, the component you're really going to be talking about is the shining Littlefield 6-71 blower. It force-feeds the 350 cubic-inch crate V8 for a serious power boost. And while this package growls out of the side pipes to tell everyone how powerful it is, you'll also be surprised at how smooth is can be, too. The chassis is a robust unit that can hold the big power, and it's powder coated in a sharp-looking black. Plus, you have desirable features like ladder bars in the rear, adjustable coilovers, and drilled front disc brakes.
The sale comes complete with its Total Performance build manual. This is a sweet supercharged machine with a fresh look and feel. So if you love power and poise, you know this is the T-Bucket for you. The car is titled as a 2006 Total Performance Roadster which is the year that the vehicle was constructed. Call today!!!
- Coil-Over Suspension
- Front Disc Brakes
- Vinyl Interior
- Removable Soft Top
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- Rear End
- Ford 8"
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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