614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Nothing quite says "Get in...hang on!" like a 1927 Ford T-Bucket with a dual quad V8 and a blower on top. Plus, it has a good suspension and four-wheel disc brakes to handle all this power. So it makes for the kind of roadster that's fun to drive, and the awesome paint makes it fun to show, too.
The Candy Brandywine is a shade that instantly makes an impression. The color has the boldness of red but has deeper tones of sophistication. That's especially true when you have one with such a sharp gloss and shine like this one, and this radiance loves to highlight the quality of the classic style fiberglass body. Because classic cars need good brightwork, this hot rod obliges with front suspension components, windshield surround, and headlight bezels all polished nicely. And there's plenty more shine coming off the big motor, but we'll get to more of those details in a moment. Plus, the deeper tones of the burgundy paint go nicely with the black bed cover and dark tint on the one-piece windshield. There's even a black hardtop included with the sale. There are more upgrades like silver pinstriping, quad taillights, and side step plates that show this is a detail-oriented build. And this has the terrific stance of skinny tires up front and aggressive rubber in the rear for where the power meets the pavement.
The interior is done with classic hot rod fun in mind. That's why you have the tall driving position, upright wood-rimmed steering wheel, and a full set of vintage-style Stewart Warner gauges. But this was done with the right comforts and practicality added in, too. After all, a true T-bucket has a unique driving position, but the removable steering wheel makes it easy to find your place. And the seat now features comfy velour padding and proper race lap belts.
They made sure this special powerhouse is always ready to show off. It's a tidy setup with plenty of polished components. And the mirrored firewall practically doubles the level of shine. But the investments we know you'll love the most are in all-out power. The color-matched block of the 350 cubic-inch V8 is a sturdy base for everything that's on top. The big air grabber, dual Holley four-barrel carburetors, and 671 blower let this mighty motor inhale with serious power. And a nice set of zoomie headers means exhaling with serious thunder. You'll also spot the right hardy supporting components like an aluminum radiator, electric fan, Mallory Ignition, and an MSD ignition. This also has the right hot rod suspension with hairpins up front and ladder bars in the rear with adjustable coilovers. Add in the three-speed automatic transmission, a Ford 9-inch rear, and four-wheel disc brakes, and this is a T-bucket built to hit the road.
Complete with maintenance records, this T-bucket is a thoughtfully done big power build. So if you're not timid, you know this is the one you want. Call today!!!
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