1923 Ford T-Bucket
The original hot rod is still just a wild and affordable as ever. This 1923 Ford T-Bucket gets all the iconic pieces right, but it still goes for individual style with a slick appearance and a powerful V8 that's leading the way. This custom T-Bucket looks unique because it's set waaaaaay back from the front wheels. The chrome headlights are like lone dual pods hovering above the front axle. Then there's plenty of airspace before the radiator shows up. The chassis might not be any longer than other T-Buckets you've seen, but the effect is a stretched and streamlined appearance that looks like a Top Fuel Dragster for the streets. Plus, the super-slick black paint and Weld racing wheels give this one a touch of speedy class. As you look over the pictures, you might be wondering why this one looks so modern and fresh...well, that's because it was only built back in 2010 Ã¢â‚¬" and we've got a ton of build receipts to prove it! Nothing goes better with black than a tan interior, especially since everyone can see inside this cool custom build. When you step inside, you're greeted to a bench that's vastly more comfortable than what's found in many other hot rods. In fact, the whole interior feels downright plush. But this is a speed machine, not a complete coddler. So you get a three-spoke sports steering wheel on a chrome tilt column. Beyond that is a full set of clear Equus gauges, including a large speedo and tach. The package is completed with a Lokar gearshift that's always within reach. If you're going to be spending all your time behind the wheel peering into the exposed engine bay, then it better be something as wild as this one. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is pure intimidation in its bold orange block and polished components (air grabber, radiator, valve covers, hoses, etc.) radiating from the front with color and shine. Beyond its great looks are upgraded components like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, Mallory ignition system, and an electric fan. But the performance upgrade that's probably grabbing all your attention are those long tube headers and side pipes. We know you love how they boldly they exit this small block, and they make a thunderous roar that will make people stand at attention long before they see you. You'll also love showing off the suspension with the transverse leaf spring front and the coilover four-link rear. An investment in those extra wide Mickey Thompson 33x19.5 tires makes the difference in appearance and hooking up with the pavement. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission and front disc brakes makes getting down the road easy. This one is exciting to drive, fun to look at, and always attracts attention. The classic T-Bucket remains the most fun per dollar you can have with a hot rod. Don't wait on this quality build, call today!!!