Why This Car Is Special
This T-Bucket has a ton of power and is incredibly clean inside, outside and underneath. Take a look at the undercarriage photos to see the build quality on this beauty. This T-Bucket is titled as a 2006 Ford.
A Chevy 350 CID V8 engine powers this beauty and is built with performance in mind. Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum heads, an Edelbrock tunnel ram intake, and dual Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetors sit on top of the small block. A Mallory Unilite distributor is in charge of providing the spark while an electric fan keeps it nice and cool. That's the “go”, not let's cover the “show.” Polished water pump, pullies, radiator hoses, starter, valve covers and air cleaner provide plenty on shine on the engine. Billet dipsticks and spark plug wire looms complete the look. This powerplant is backed by a Turbo 350 with a transmission cooler. The oil and transmission pans are finned and dress up the underside nicely. The transmission puts power to a Ford 8” rear end with 33x19.50R15 Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires.
The interior is simple and clean with beige ultra-leather bench seat, with seat belts. The dash is beautifully painted and fitted with VDO gauges. A tilt steering column makes accessing the driver seat much easier. The Lokar shifter and pinstriping on the dash finish off the interior in style.
This T-Bucket has a ton of visual appeal. From the Bright Red paint, to the pinstriped flames and the 5-spoke aluminum alloy wheels. The big and little Mickey Thompson tires are what you hope to see on a T-Bucket, and this set does not disappoint. They don't get much bigger! Chrome lantern style spotlights and taillights look phenomenal and are a throw back to the lights used in the 20s and before.
You will be hard pressed to find a nicer T-Bucket, or one that moves like this.
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