1923 Ford T-Bucket 1573 Miles Silver Roadster 305 V8 3 Speed Automatic

Price: US $19,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: T-Bucket
  • Type: Roadster
  • Trim: --
  • Year: 1923
  • Mileage: 1,573
  • VIN: TP23T2461
  • Color: Silver
  • Engine size: 305 V8
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: --
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1923 Ford T-Bucket --

Join in the fun on the boulevard during a cruise night, or, on any night that you feel like going out to play, with this nicely built T-Bucket. It's a stripped-down custom by tradition but dressed up to go out by intention. All the classic styling cues that make these street rods immediately recognizable are there. Strip off the hood to expose the engine and pull the fenders to expose the wheels. For some extra flair, top the radiator with... a Motometer radiator cap. The "bucket" itself, has only imprints of doors where real doors used to be on the originals. An upright windshield is there to remind you of its roots, and on this one, you get a nice roof that can be put up to shade you from the sun or keep you semi-dry during a run home in an afternoon thundershower. The body is painted in a Silver that compliments the polished metal and chrome on the exposed engine which are such an important part of the look of the car. The iron parts of the engine and the suspension pieces are painted Orange, nicely contrasting with the silver while the frame rails shine in gloss black. There is a bit of a modern feel to the interior of this car in contrast to the early '20s body style. Twin bucket seats are set in a molded interior shell and have a smooth clean, look. The seat backs are trimmed in pleated two-tone gray vinyl while the seat bottom is a smooth gray. There is a beefy, Grant GT three-spoke steering wheel that feels good in your hands as you wheel this baby around town. It sits on a polished billet hub with a chrome blinker stalk and a control for the emergency brake. A 6-pack of Stewart Warner gauges in the dash have a speedo and tach in the center, with fuel, oil pressure, water temp and volts on either side. The front half of the "door" panels are trimmed in dark gray and a shifter for the automatic transmission is set in the floor which is trimmed out with black carpets. Special engines are an important part of these cars because they do double duty. They are an important part of the look of the car, and they also provide the power that these cars are famous for. This engine is a 305 cubic inch V8 that is dressed in lots of chrome and polished metal. It draws fresh air in through a big scoop that feeds a Weber 4-barrel carburetor. Chrome valve covers shine just above a set of awesome headers that come straight out of the heads before turning down into open side-pipes. If they don't see you coming, they will hear you coming for sure. Power is sent back through a 3-speed automatic trans and is sent to the ground through a solid axle sitting on coil springs. The front suspension is the traditional transverse leaf spring acting on a drop axle. 4-wheel disc brakes handle the stopping duties, and the rubber meets the road through 265/70R15 tires in the rear and 185/65R15 in the front, all mounted on 5-lug Chrome wheels. Join the fun! Come on down and check out this T-Bucket. Then take it out for a night on the town.