213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1923 Ford T-Bucket is a quality build with thoughtful details everywhere from the color theme to the extra comfort features. And when that is all wrapped around a growling V8 powerhouse, you know this makes for a great car for show and go.
You might want to call this The Purple People Eater, because the sleek color is a central theme to this car. It's not only on the body and surrounding the radiator, but you'll also it again in engine and chassis details, too, for the look of a uniform and quality build. Plus, there's plenty of bright chrome and powder coated silver details against this to keep pieces like the suspension components and headlight bezels standing out nicely. And you'll like the speedy look that this one has everywhere from the wind-swept rake of the windshield, to the meaty rear tires that show how all the power gets to the pavement.
The all-black interior look good against the deep purple exterior. And there are more great thoughtful details inside. The bench seat has a well-done diamond pattern. This is continued on the side panels and even the rear shelf to give this roadster a coordinated presentation. A proper T-bucket is all about the basics, and this one gets it right while also giving you added comfort. For example, the steering wheel has plenty of flair, and it's also mounted on a tilt column. There's nice room between the side panel and the Lokar shifter for your legs. And while the dash has a classic style with Stewart Warner gauges, it's a full set of readouts, including a large speedo and tach.
When someone takes the time to color-match the engine block in purple, you know this is going to be a special build. That's why it's great to have it on display for the world to see. Even the pieces like air grabber and plug wires coordinate, too. Plus, there's plenty of shine on the valve covers, alternator, steel braided hoses, and more. So it makes for a stellar total presentation. And beyond the style is the substance of a Chevy 350 cubic-inch crate engine. This V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor. And it exhales with a thunderous hot rod tune out of those headers feeding directly into those side pipes. More than just a powerful sound, this one has thoughtful driving features, like a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. There's hairpins in the front, ladder bars in the rear, adjustable coilovers, and front disc brakes for a true street machine feeling.
The sale comes complete with a large file of receipts documenting all the details of this quality build. This T-bucket offers plenty of the extras you love, but you don't have to pay any extra to get them. Don't miss this deal, call today!
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