This 1923 Ford T-Bucket has a unique coordinated style and thoughtful extras that come from a distinct build. And since it also makes sure to have a rumbling V8 up front, this all makes for an iconic car with its own sense of style. The paint package on this one is thoughtful and comprehensive. The magenta and aqua are intertwined in some very cool ways. It starts up front where the full blue frame disappears into the channeled fiberglass body just in time to make it look like it's feeding the flames on the roadster. Even the engine block is aqua blue in this well-planned build. And it's no mistake that the single-piece windshield has a blue tint! But this build is more than the two-tone. The radiator surround and rear are done in wood for a more craftsman-like impression. There are more cool details, like the blue dot taillights, custom storage trunk, and polished centerline wheels with the extra-wide rear set. The interior is done in an attractive gray. It has a comfortable feel with wraparound upholstery, seatbelts, and good carpeting. And the dash is nicely done in wood to match the exterior lumber. Plus, it has the right driver-ready feel with a Grant GT steering wheel, a Lokar shifter, and a dash full of crisp VDO gauges. The engine has the ideal look you want on a street machine like this. All the aqua accents make the V8 look thoughtfully done, and the polished components really make it pop. Plus, the smooth mirrored firewall basically doubles the engine shine. But the investments we know you'll love the most are about giving this a powerful presence. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 that has performance upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding right into those rumbling side pipes. There are also nice supporting components, like the electric fan and Mickey Thompson finned valve covers. A three-speed transmission feeds a 10-bolt rear end, and those massive Mickey Thompson rear tires help get the power to the pavement. There's even a nice set of front disc brakes for proper stopping power. The sale comes complete with a shorter windshield and a repairable top. This is the unique-looking and strong-running T-bucket that's a ton of fun. So don't let it slip away. Call today!!!
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