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- Seller: streetsidephx
- Phone: 480-926-1344
A well-built 1923 Ford T-bucket is always sure to grab attention. So look over all the details – including the performance V8 power, flames in paint, well-coordinated color package, four-wheel disc brakes, and all that brightwork. It's all there to let you know this is the custom hot rod with style and substance.
You're going to see a nice level of quality throughout the build. It starts with a Total Performance fiberglass body and chassis that's believed to be completed under 9k miles ago. The blue has a smooth and sharp look for people to take notice. And the darker blue flames are a distinct way to deliver pure hot rod flair as they artfully burn down the sides. They are done with an orange outline which coordinates with the other orange elements, like the fully painted frame, axles, and more custom pinstriping on the rear. Even the engine block is orange in this well-planned build. While a custom color theme makes for an awesome T-bucket, they made sure this one impresses with its details, too. There's plenty of shining brightwork on the headlight surrounds, windshield supports, and windshield frame. And we know you're enjoying the speedy style that comes from the look of polished Weld racing wheels with an extra meaty set of rear tires.
The well-fitting vinyl top looks great, and it has a rear plastic window, but the best treats are underneath it. The blue and orange accents of the exterior return inside for a thoughtful two-tone uniform total package. The individual bucket seats have good bolstering for added comfort, and everything has a clean look of good care. Plus, you can tell it has been set up for driving with Grant GT sports steering wheel, Lokar shifter, and crisp Stewart Warner gauges dominating the dash - especially with the large speedo and tach.
The polished engine bay is meant to be kept on display. It's also clean so that people can clearly see the color-matched block of the 350 cubic-inch V8. And more than just style, this one has serious substance. The V8 inhales deeply as the huge air scoop feeds the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer EPS intake. There's an upgraded Comp Cams Thumpr camshaft. It not only makes for better power, but it also works with those polished headers to help create a terrific rumble. The three-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit, and those massive rear tires make sure the power meets the road. Add in the hairpin front end, a watts link rear with adjustable coilovers, and four-wheel disc brakes, and you have a great street machine package.
This is the T-bucket that delivers great looks and great performance in equal measure. So if you're ready to stand out in all the best ways, call today!