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1923 Ford T-Bucket


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Engine 350ci
Transmission Automatic
Drive RWD
Mileage 1,093
Exterior Black
Interior Burgundy
Stock NO 1844
Fuel economy


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Now here is a classic style T-bucket!  With a tri-power engine, raked removeable top, vertical steering column, and big tires on wire wheels it really looks the part.  But it is also a nice build that will draw a crowd wherever it goes.  And while it can be a lot of fun, just getting gas in this car can turn into a 30-minute production; everyone wants to hear about it.

Titled as a 1923 Ford, this one is finished in black along with a burgundy top and deck cover and wood panels in back.  The custom chassis has a long 97” wheelbase for a nicer ride.  This build looks great as a roadster, but it becomes more outrageous with the top in place due to its big rake and windshield overhang.  As a classic T-Bucket this one features a single passenger door and long side exhaust pipes (so watch your legs).  Note the side lamps and winged MotoMeter cap too.  The old school wire wheels wear Pirelli 130/90B16 motorcycle tires in front and Mickey Thompson 29x15 Sportsmans in back, all with 2017 date codes. 

The drivetrain is a Chevy 350 with a trio of Rochester carburetors on an Offenhauser intake – pretty cool!  It has the right sound as well.  The transmission is a TH350 automatic feeding a Ford 9” rear end.  The front suspension uses a traditional dropped tube axle with a transverse leaf spring and four-bar setup, while the rear uses a 4-link with Panhard bar and adjustable coilovers.  Brakes are 4-wheel discs with Wilwoods in back.

The interior is finished in the same burgundy color as the top and features a wooden dashboard and steering wheel.  There are a lot of features you don’t often see in these builds including a windshield wiper, horn, cupholder, parking brake, and seat belts.  It also has a GPS speedometer showing 1,100 miles and a full suite of gauges mid-dash.  And of course there is that vertical steering column which is not only a real throwback but also improves foot space and cleans up the engine area.  Note the removeable one-piece top is both sturdy and heavy, but is easy to remove/install with two people.  The trunk area provides a pair of storage compartments along with a power port.

When it comes to hot rods and T-Buckets, no two are alike.  There is a huge variance in features, styles, and build quality.  This ’23 hits the sweet spot in all these areas while offering a complete, turn-key package for a fraction of the build cost.  And while these cars are certainly not practical transportation, there is nothing like them on a Saturday night.


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