4610 Pet Lane
This 1923 Ford T-Bucket is a low mileage build that takes the classic Ford hot rod look and adds in plenty of more modern flair. And when everything looks crisp, right down to proper blue oval V8 power, it's a true head-turner.
This has all the right classic T-Bucket elements, like the engine set back on the chassis, upright windshield with long polished supports, carriage-style rear lights, and wide rear tires to remind everyone where the power meets the pavement. But sometimes you can just tell when they take a little extra time on a build. The white paint look timeless. And it has great details, like the blue box elements that highlight the classic Ford style, and also add some new flair with the airbrush fade within them. As you get closer, you're going to notice that the white paint actually has a blue metallic flake element. It unifies the rest of the blue accents and delivers a cool/coordinated effect over the whole car. There are even blue LEDs on the undercarriage to really showcase thoughtfulness in this build.
The blue folding top means you can cover up and still look coordinated, but these are really meant to be open to the world. That's why the two-tone theme continues inside. The door panels and dash have a custom dual color look, and it even flows over the cab and onto the padded rear deck to look seamless inside and out. The dash has the same airbrushing as the exterior, and it contains nice upgrades like blue toggle switches, blue LEDs, and a push-button start. And the grippy wood-rimmed steering wheel and full AutoMeter gauge package remind you that T-Buckets were meant for driving.
An engine like this deserves to be on display. After all, it's great to see Ford V8 power in a Ford T-Bucket, and this one proudly announces the 289 cubic-inch displacement on the valve covers. Plus, you have plenty of polished upgrades like the smooth firewall, alternator, pulleys, and Champion aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The V8 inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and hi-rise intake. It exhales with hot rod authority out of the side pipes. As you look underneath, you're reminded how fresh this build is. Plus, you'll spot the right suspension elements, like the hairpin front end, ladder bar rear w/adjustable coilovers, and four-wheel disc brakes.
This is a well-coordinated street machine with the right upgrades. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry up and call today!
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