614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1927 Ford T-Bucket gives you some added thoughtful details to make a for a unique street machine. And while this one has some cool upgrades, it also never loses that essential V8 growler personality that you love.
This one has some seriously cool blue paint that not only has a nice metallic element to radiate in the sunlight, but there's a custom fade to give it that extra dose of look-at-me. There are some fun components you don't see on all the other T-Buckets. The fenders are a rarely seen pieces, and these have a cool wave-form design. The rear is proper flat bed with real wood stakes. Of course, nothing gets in the way of seeing a proper classic roadster with a big V8 up front, and an intimidating stance thanks to seriously large rubber in the rear.
The Roadrunner cartoon on the side wind wing windows is a cool little nod to the color theme of this blue street rod. It even appears again on the back window of the removable vinyl top. It's all part of the thoughtful details on this build, like working doors on both sides of the cab and velour seating that feels good even when this roadster has been parked out in the sun. And as a driver-oriented machine, you get the right features, like a grippy sports steering wheel and crisp Dolphin gauges on the clean dash.
The engine is done correctly for both polish and power. That's why you have all the shining components, and the mirrored firewall doubles the luster. Just like the rest of this build, there are even cool details, like how the engine block is painted blue to coordinate with the body. You'll also love that underneath that big air grabber is plenty of small block power. It's a Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8 with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, tunnel ram intake, and headers feeding the wicked set of side pipes. This feeds a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, you've got a stout 12-bolt rear end, ladder bars, adjustable coilovers, and wide Hoosier pro street rear tires all making sure the power gets to the pavement.
This T-Bucket has plenty of extras, and yet, it still remains so affordable. Call today!!!
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