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This 1927 Ford T-Bucket is quite different in the details. It's a sleeker Lakester setup built with a long list of impressive vintage racer-style details, including a triple-deuce V8. So an iconic package that is also absolutely distinct.
The open engine bay, rounded fiberglass body tub, and extra-large rear tires are all part of the classic T-Bucket look. There's even a nice glow to the dark blue paint. But this is a sleeker Lakester built for a style that comes from high-speed runs. You see this in the details, like the raked windshield, a more aerodynamic shield over the chassis, knock-off style wheels, and speed holes drilled into the front axle and surrounding brackets. And this sits nice and low thanks to no bodywork behind the passenger cab. This also means the Winters Performance quick-change rear end is on full display. There are even cool style details, like the Chevrolet grille that reminds you what's really powering this sleek T-bucket.
The interior has more unique details, like suicide doors, plush carpeting, and a body tub contoured for the bucket seat setup. But this open roadster also pays tribute to its classic Lakester racer theme with vintage Simpson lap belts, a vintage-style four-spoke steering wheel, and the full gauge package dominating the dash.
The engine bay has an extra tidy setup featuring the 283 cubic-inch V8 and a triple set of dual-barrel carbs as the centerpiece. Not only do you have tri-power, but there's also a high-rise aluminum intake and ceramic-coated shorty headers that feed into the side pipes. There are thoughtful details like the well-formed steel lines and the coil given a polished case. You also have good supporting components, like an aluminum radiator and a billet distributor. This has a great hot rod suspension setup with front disc brakes, wide rear tires, and parallel four-link bars front and rear. Plus, the quick-change rear is both durable and pure vintage cool.
This is a thoughtfully built Lakester that has both style and substance. So if you love a distinct roadster, call today!
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