This 1923 Ford T-Bucket is an awesome build for power and poise. After all, it not only has the slick appearance of a speedy street machine, but it also has a supercharged V8, dual-quad carbs, upgraded suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes easily leave everyone else behind. It's even built on a longer frame for added comfort and stability.
This has the extras that will make plenty of people take notice, like the blue metallic paint. After all, T-buckets were meant for sunny days, and so it's nice to have one that radiates in the sunlight. Plus, the fully painted silver chassis coordinates with it nicely, and the ghost flames really add a nice touch for a thoughtful build. And it all looks so good because this is a build that was completed in 2018 and there are less than 320 miles on it total. There are more nice speedy details, like a color-matched grille with Supercharged shown across the top, and the low-cut single-piece windshield that has a little rake to remind everyone that this is made to go fast. The drop axle front with skinny tires and the extra meaty rear ones do a great job of showcasing the classic hot rod stance to the max.
The interior is done right with a clean look of a color-matched dash and a very airy cabin of a proper T-Bucket. This one takes full advantage of the longer frame. Not only did they add length to the cab, but also width. So it makes for a more comfortable atmosphere that now even has room for extras like cup holders and an AM/FM/CD stereo. Because this is a true performance machine, you also get the right upgrades. It includes a grippy sports steering wheel, performance shifter, and a dash dominated by crisp gauges including a large speedo and tach. And nothing beats looking out over the windshield and spotting that monster motor directly in front of you.
They made sure this special powerhouse is always ready to show off. It's a tidy setup where we dare you to find another component that can be polished. But the investments we know you'll love the most are in the all-out power. This is a 351 cubic-inch V8 that has been enhanced and fortified with a bored .60 over kit, roller cockers, an upgraded camshaft, and an MSD ignition, and headers directly feeding those growling side pipes. And while that's enough for street-eating performance, that's not even the best part. Dual Holley 650 CFM four-barrel carburetors feed the 471 blower to make sure this maximizes the power from the moment you twist the key. The full package is estimated at 475 horsepower, and so they made sure to give you total control over it all with a Ford's C4 three-speed with a reverse manual valve body. This feeds an 8.8 limited-slip rear with 3.73 ratio for confident take-offs. Not only is this built on a strong chassis, but you also have nice upgrades like QA1 adjustable coilovers in the rear and four-wheel disc brakes.
Complete with restoration photos, this is an awesome build from any angle, and so this extra-speedy T-Bucket is a deal that you know will be moving extra-fast. Call now!