This 1929 Ford T-Bucket has all the classic custom details right, like the flame-kissed paint, well-coordinated color package, and the upright steering wheel. As you dig deeper, you see quality upgrades not see on other T-buckets, like the four-wheel disc brakes. Best of all, the whole package is available right now for quite a nice price.
The red paint is the right base color to have on this body. After all, that's the bold look of a speedy machine. It also provides the perfect backdrop for the full custom flames. It's such a bold package that this one really earns its “Fire Wagon” nickname painted on the rear. You can see they spent time on the details. The fully painted frame looks terrific as it merges with the channeled body. Even the engine has the right red accents (more on that in a moment.) And it truly looks like it was built to be a quarter-mile king with skinny tires on wire wheels up front, and then seriously meaty Mickey Thompson rubber on Cragar wheels in the rear.
There's a tan folding roof that look nice against the rear deck when it's in place, and when you take it down, it reveals the same nice color combo in the detailed interior. The button-top seats contour to the body as it wraps around the interior for a full custom look. And that upright steering wheel is a mainstay for a true classic T-bucket. Plus, the dash is dominated by crisp Classic Instruments gauges to keep you fully informed.
If you're going to be spending all your time behind the wheel peering into the exposed engine bay, then it better be something as attention-worthy as this one. All the investments in polished components means you're always going to be wearing sunglasses around this hot rod. Even the smooth firewall is polished to really double the shine. They really took the time to add extra detail here. That's why the block is color-matched to the car, and the B&M valve covers have red grooves that are repeated on the air topper. It's a well-coordinated and tidy total package that could easily win you awards. When you look beyond all this style, you'll see the substance of a 350 cubic-inch small block V8 that's been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. Plus, the Sanderson headers are part of the bold side pipes that make a thunderous roar - so people stand at attention long before they see you. The undercarriage photos reveal a build clean enough to put a mirror under at car shows, and there are nice details, like the oil pan that matches the valve covers. Plus, you'll spot components, like hairpins up front, ladder bars w/coilovers in the rear, and four-wheel disc brakes.
This one understands what it takes for a show and go street machine. That's why you know this is an exceptional deal that won't stay with us long. Call now!