1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster
This 1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster adds its own unique style to this iconic setup. And when you see the quality of the details and dual-quad V8, you realize there's no better way to turn heads or burn rubber for this kind of affordability. T-buckets look fast just standing still, especially this one. The grille and motor are set further back, and so it looks wind-swept by speed. Plus, that also gives you an opportunity to see more of the yellow painted chassis. It matches perfectly with the yellow body that was channeled over this frame. And that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to detail work on this car. For example, not only does this have terrific flames painted down the body, but also, as you move to the back, you see custom pinstriping take over. It outlines the curves of the trunk, and there's even plenty on the color-matched rear axle. Carriage lights have always been a fun addition to these classics, and so this one utilizes them for turning lights in the front AND the taillights. Plus, it has all the other right elements, like the bright grille, upright two-piece windshield, and racing wheels with extra wide tires in the rear. So as you look over it all, the big investment in the details will really have you hooked. Minimalism is the word when you get into a T-Bucket, and this one does it right. The bench seat wraps around the body tub nicely, and it's plush enough to offer a fine level of comfort. The black vinyl provides the kind of durability that means you don't have to worry about it being out in the sunshine. But any time you want to some extra shade, there's a crisp black folding roof. Once again, it's the details you'll really love about this one. It has the right old-school look with a classic thick wood steering wheel and a tall gearshift showcasing a cool flaming dice topper. You even get classic Stewart Warner gauges and a Moon tach on the column. These might look like vintage Fords, but Chevy small-block power always works well in a T-Bucket. They took their time working on this 327 cubic-inch V8. That's why all you see are polished pieces or color-matched yellow components Ã¢â‚¬" even the block! And more than just style, this one has serious substance. The Weiand intake supports two Holley four-barrel carburetors for the ultra-desirable dual-quad setup. Of course, it wouldn't be a true T-Bucket unless it's all capped off with the massive chrome butterfly hood scoop. This monster motor makes a monster growl thanks to a header-fed side pipe dual exhaust. And while this seems like a beastly machine, you'll also find terrific upgrades for easy-going driving. This includes and aluminum radiator w/electric fan and a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission. As you look under the car, not only will you spot the painted chassis, but also nice upgrades like the polished drop axle front end, polished four-link rear w/coilovers, and front disc brakes. With all the yellow and chrome, you know this is one for detail lovers. So if you're ready for all eyes to be on you, call today!