702 N 1st St.
If you are in the market for a unique classic that will ring the bell in any classic car show you take it to. Then today is your lucky day!This 1923 T-Bucket is astonishing. The car was first constructed and titled 1974 in Arizona with an AZ vin then ended up making its way to Nebraska where it underwent a major face lift. We're told by the previous owner they had more than $60000 in the restoration and man does it show!! It has a fresh 383 Stroker sitting below 2 big 4bb carbs that are synced perfectly together. It has an extremely nice set of headers that flow into the chromed out side pipes. The sound of this exhaust is often confused with the sound of two volcanoes arguing. It's black paint is fantastic and it's Tan leather interior is remarkable! This T-Bucket is so clean you could eat your supper off it. In my opinion the most attractive thing about this beauty is all the polished chrome. If it is not Black or Tan then it is Chrome. Hell even the fire extinguisher is covered in chrome. You could spend 2 lifetimes searching and never find another T-Bucket like this.Do Not miss your chance to Own the Nicest T-Bucket on the market today. Visit Coyote Classics online at coyoteclassics.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 641-512-4727 today to schedule your test drive.
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