open engine, open cockpit, upright windshield, and a stubby deck out back, all of which have been part of the formula since day one. It has that great raked appearance that looks like excessive speed has pushed back every component on the frame. And with the size of those massive rear tires, that tale is not hard to believe. Maroon is the perfect color for this original-style hot rod. It’s more modern than the running flames down the side but still bold enough to represent this wild beast. Best of all, it really helps bring out the chrome in everything from the tailpipes to the expensive Weld Racing wheels. Like most T-Buckets today this is built on a fiberglass tub, but the quality is so good that when you race by onlookers, they will think you really did cut up a genuine Model T.
Minimalism is the word when you get into a T-Bucket, and this one does it right. The seat bench seat wraps around the body tub nicely, and it is plush enough to offer a surprisingly high level of comfort. The black vinyl provides the kind of durability that means you don’t have to worry about it being out in the sunshine. This also nicely conceals your battery and gas tank. Between the driver and the passenger are most of the controls, including the ignition, and B&M performance shifter. The driver gets a classic three-spoke steering wheel and a full set of AutoMeter gauges. This is framed by some cool custom pinstriping, so be prepared for plenty of people to ogle your roadster’s interior at the car shows.
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