- $28,995 Get Financing
- Seller: StreetsideNashville
- Phone: 615-930-0600
This 1923 Ford T-Bucket is an awesome build for power and poise. After all, it's not only a fresh build with the slick appearance of a speedy street machine, but it also has a 351 Windsor V8 built with plenty of go-fast goodies. And as you look over the full package, you'll love the details that make this build truly unique.
This build was completed in 2017. It has only gone about 350 miles and has been under the care of the builder's family the whole time. So there is a fresh and respected style over the whole car. The quality Total Performance body seems to have an extra slippery style thanks to the candy-coated appearance of the red paint. And speaking of sleekness, we love how the '34 style grille was added with a sporty rake, and the windshield even coordinates with a similar angle. It shows an attention to detail that's also seen in the color-matched suspension components, clear tri-bar headlights with integrated turn signals, and polished classic Cragar SS wheels used for both the skinny tires up front and the extra wide rubber in the rear.
The interior is done right, featuring a clean look of a wraparound bench, an exterior color-matched dash, and a very airy cabin of a proper T-Bucket. Since this is a low-mileage build, everything remains looking quite fresh. This one was built to be a true driver, and so the features are quite convenient. The dash is dominated by Dolphin gauges with a large speedo and tach, and the Lokar shifter looks good and is a nice place to rest your hand. Plus, the classic banjo-style steering wheel is mounted on a polished tilt column for better individual comfort.
The V8 is an essential part of a T-Bucket's appeal, and so they made sure this special powerhouse is always ready to show off. It's a tidy setup with plenty of polished components. But the investments we know you'll love the most also enhance the performance. This is a 351 cubic-inch Windsor motor that has upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, cast Ford Motorsports valve covers, and headers feeding those growling side pipes. There's even an aluminum radiator to help keep everything running cool. The chassis was built according to Total Performance standards, and the package includes a proper hot rod suspension with hairpins in front and ladder bars in the rear. You also have a three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and rear adjustable coilovers.
This is a fresh build that thoughtfully added comfort and style. It makes for a nice way to own a distinctive T-Bucket. Call today!!!