Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1923 Ford T-Bucket loves to be the aggressor with its full blackout style. But take some extra time to see a detailed build with less than 100 miles on it. You'll discover a growling V8 machine that's also a thoughtful total package.
The body may be a more modern fiberglass build, but the way the matte black is so complete, it gives this one the attitude like it was forged from fire. This darkness is everywhere including the full frame, suspension pieces, lightweight fuel tank, wheels, grille, headlight bezels, and more to give this a full midnight look. But the appeal of this roadster is more than just the intimidation. It has terrific details like a custom windshield, V8 pinstriping on the grille, and a terrific low hot rod stance that still utilizes modern tires.
The black interior continues the car's mean appearance. The small-diameter steering wheel and Budweiser tap handle on the shifter are rat rod inspired pieces, but this one is too fresh for any piece to be any real junkyard finds. Instead, this feels like a thoughtful build with a diamond-stitch pattern vinyl on the seats that coordinates with the door panels. And you get a dash dominated by new crisp gauges. There are also practical details, like the cup holders, seatbelts, and a 12-volt outlet under the dash.
The engine looks both clean and mean. This 350 cubic-inch crate motor not only has the block painted black, but also so are the valve covers, alternator, pulleys, intake, and four-barrel carburetor. All this darkness also helps to hide thoughtful upgrades, like the aluminum radiator w/electric fan. And the custom straight piped headers help it V8 exhale with added power and serious authority. More than just an awesome motor, the clean undercarriage reminds you how fresh this build is. Plus, you'll spot the three-speed automatic transmission, ladder bar rear suspension, and front disc brakes.
This T-bucket offers plenty of mean power and style. But the freshness and price are sooooo nice. Don't miss this deal, call today!
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