- Item Location:
- Mesa, AZ
- Seller: streetsidephx
- Phone: 480-926-1344
This 1923 Ford T-Bucket has the mean and well-coordinated look you want from the original hot rod. Dig into the details, because this has the power and poise you expect from a proper T-bucket.
<br><br> The flames, the pipes, and the big rear wheels are all exactly what you picture when thinning about the hot rod that started it all. And you can tell they put extra work into this one, too. All those polished pieces up front, proper racing-style Cragar wheel, and the custom graphics on the grille and bed sides - this one knows how to impress with more than just the first impression.
<br><br> The interior tan looks good against the exterior black. It's a very clean and taut look as the pattern of the seatback wraps around and continues down the sides. And there are thoughtful touches here, too. Some add style, like the flame-kissed topper on the B&M shifter. Others add function, like the tilt steering column on the wood-rimmed steering wheel. And you have to love the way the glass cap over the machine-turned dash panel really amps up the shine without jeopardizing the full Stewart Warner readout package.
<br><br> The engine bay is ready to be displayed. You've got a nice shine on the big air grabber, alternator, brackets, and finned valve covers. And the polished firewall seems to double the shine. And beyond the style is the substance of a 350 cubic-inch V8 that has been upgraded with a Holley 650 double-pumper four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake, and Mallory ignition. The Sanderson headers have a sleek look that really lets this V8 exhale with authority. The three-speed automatic transmission feeds a 10-bolt rear end, and the wide Mickey Thompson Pro Sportsman rear tires make sure there's plenty of rubber on the road. Plus, you have ladder bars in the rear on adjustable coilovers and disc brakes up front.
<br><br> This is the powerful-looking and strong-running T-bucket you've been searching for. So don't let it slip away. Call today!!!