V8 power, a comprehensive color package, a leather interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and a classic street machine style all come together to deliver a distinctly custom 1923 Ford T-Bucket.
The bright green paint gives this one a vibrant style that instantly makes this one noticed. The modern color has a good gloss and a hint of metallic that gives you radiance every time the sunshine finds the fiberglass body. But it's nothing too fancy to make you nervous about driving it, because .....
after all, a car like this was specifically made to go out and have fun. It has thoughtful details for a good build that's really made for the road. For example, the classic Weld-style racing wheels have the right performance-oriented stance, but even with the front/rear staggered width, all tires are modern and useful. And the Ford step plates keep your legs and feet away from the exhaust pipes. A one-piece windshield, color-matched grille, tri-bar headlights, and custom tail lights are all part of a very distinct build.
When you look inside, you notice the green joins tan for a two-tone look. It's a stylish and thoughtful total package that includes the well-contoured seat and side panels done in supple leather with diamond pattern inserts. There are also nice coordinating details, like the tan carpeting and hand-stitched rear panel. And you have a very driver-ready setup with a Grant sports steering wheel, a tilt column, a tall floor shifter for the three-speed automatic, and crisp white-faced gauges dominating the dash.
The V8 is an essential part of a T-Bucket's appeal, and so they made sure this special powerhouse is always ready to show off. It's a tidy setup with plenty of polished components, a smooth firewall, cool green plug sires, and racing flag etched valve covers. But the investments we know you'll love the most also enhance the performance. This is a 327 cubic-inch V8 motor that has upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a Weiand intake, and headers feeding those growling side pipes. There are even well-placed supporting components, like an aluminum radiator, HEI distributor, and steel braided lines with AN fittings. The three-speed automatic transmission feeds a 9-inch rear for a classic and stout setup. And there are also four-wheel disc brakes and a triangulated four-link with adjustable coilovers rear for a solid T-Bucket driving attitude.
This has the right look, the right power, and the right price - so don't let this T-Bucket slip away. Call today!!!