614 E. Auto Center Dr.
V8 power, classic style, and custom touches all come together to deliver the quintessential 1923 Ford T-Bucket.
Brown is cool color on this hot rod, especially because there's triple-brown striping in the doors. It's a well-coordinated package, right down to the brown insert on the tailgate. And this one has the proper T-bucket details we all love, like the carriage-style taillights, two-piece windshield, and long windshield supports that run all the way to the headlights. And of course, the Ultra alloy wheels feature extra wide rear units to give this a mean stance and really show where the rubber meets the road.
The tan interior coordinates nicely with the shades of brown on the exterior. It's a thoughtful setup where the wraparound pattern on the seat flows nearly seamlessly to the bed cover. And the studded boarder around the cab makes the whole interior look like an armchair. There are cool driver-oriented features like Grant GT sports steering wheel, grip-style B&M shifter, and a real wood dash with classic-style Stewart Warner gauges. And while this has an AM/FM/CD upgrade, we really know your favorite soundtrack is courtesy of the beast that's just on the other side of the windshield.
The 350 cubic-inch V8 has some added flair with the triple butterfly air intake, polished valve covers, and a diamond plate firewall. It also has nice supporting components like steel-reinforced hoses and a BeCool aluminum radiator with electric fan. But what you'll like best is the performance. The V8 inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. It exhales with authority as Sanderson headers add power feeding straight into the thunderous side pipes. As you look underneath this one, it has a proper hot rod suspension with hairpins up front and ladder bars with adjustable coilovers in the rear. Plus, you have nice driving features like front disc brakes and a three-speed automatic transmission to keep this T-bucket a true cruiser.
This is a well-coordinated package that brings plenty of thunder to the streets. Don't miss out, call today!
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