This 1923 Ford T-Bucket is about delivering detailed upgrades. You see that in the classic-style brass radiator, etched glass, four-wheel disc brakes, an independent rear end, and a flame-kissed look that's even on the frame. Plus, they have upgraded your power expectations with dual-quad muscle car big block power.
The paint package gives this one a unique style. The red paint makes for a bold and shining way to really grab some attention. But as you look closer, you'll notice the .....
airbrushed ghost flames. It's a nice way to signal that this is a detailed oriented build. The paint package is not only on the body, but the frame is also painted to match. Plus, we like how the ghost flames have a hint of golden glow to harmonize with the grille and headlight surrounds. These two pieces pay a nice tribute to the classic Fords that inspired the T-Bucket revolution. You also have a blacked-out grille, black folding roof, and black vinyl cover over the bed for a well-coordinated color package. There are plenty of details to look at everywhere from the etched windshield glass to the blue-dot carriage-style tail lights. Even the stance is thoughtfully presented with extra skinny tires up front on true wire wheels and extra wide Mickey Thompson tires on Weld racing wheels. It all means that this roadster is impressive for far more than just its shining chrome and awesome V8.
While this T-bucket looks great with the roof in place, the full black interior with red dash ensures the color coordination is a full package inside and outside. You have a tuck and roll pattern on the seat, and the seatback smoothly wraps around the sides. There are the right classic T-bucket features, like the upright-style wood-rimmed steering wheel, short Lokar shifter, and a dash full of vintage-style 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.
It's going to be hard to find another component on this motor that could be polished, and so you know it was meant to grab serious attention. But there's a ton of substance behind the style. This is a 396 cubic-inch V8 big block that decodes to being borrowed from a 1960s Chevelle. It has been built for hot rod duty with dual Holley four-barrel carburetors, an Edelbrock TR2X tunnel ram intake, and headers feeding those growling side pipes. And while this seems like a beastly machine, you can also see the right supporting components, like steel braided lines and an MSD distributor. As you look under the car, not only will you spot the painted chassis with flames, but also nice upgrades like the polished hairpin front, Corvette independent rear end, and a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. This even has the superior stopping force of four-wheel disc brakes.
This T-bucket is a thoughtfully done big power build. So if you're not timid, you know this is the one you want. Call today!!!