1926 Ford Model T T-Bucket

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

302 cu in V-8 with Tunnel ram


C4 Automatic Transmission


Mustang 8" Rear


6" Chopped 32 Lo-Boy Aluminum Radiator


1931 Ford Grill


Spring Behind 4" Drop Tube Axle Front End


Ford Front Axle


Reversed Corvair Steering Box


Dodge Caravan Spares 16" Wheels


Jegs Lake Headers


1968 Mustang Master Cylinder ( new with new brake lines)


Disc Brakes


Custom Dash


Overhauled Starter & Custom Made Cables


Speedometer is not working

 

T-Buckets are very interesting, because it seems that no 2 are alike. Everyone builds these trucks to their own specs. This example which is an assembled vehicle and has a body that is part steel and part fiberglass.   The interior has new upholstery which was done by ASM of Dallas. Unlike most T-Buckets, this one has 2 doors instead of the usual 1 door or none. The seat back is a little thick, so if you are tall it may have to be reduced a bit so you'll sit back farther.

The car is titled as a 1971 Assembled Vehicle, 1926 Ford Replica.