This 1923 Ford T-Bucket has a true classic style hot rod everywhere from the custom exterior work to the big air grabber for the V8

It makes for the kind of detailed roadster that true classic fans love.

Everything about the T-Bucket says that it’s a custom classic. It starts with a quality application of blue paint that has a nice gloss in the sunshine. It seems to bring out the classic For lines that were engineered into this lightweight fiberglass body. We like how details like the chassis and windshield frame are painted black. They look good against the blue and make the coordinating removable top look like a more integral part of the design. Of course, a T-Bucket leaves plenty of room for flair, and this one does it distinctly with the polished diamond plate on the firewall, rear deck, and license plate surround. And those classic polished weld-style wheels not only add to the shine, but they are set up with an iconic wide tire rear stance, so you really understand where the power meets the pavement.

While the new soft top looks great and fits well, roadsters love being open to the world. So it’s great to see the interior thoughtfully done in black and blue. In fact, you’ll love the distinct details, like the bucket seats with the contoured center console. The driver’s setup is a nice mix of style and substance. You have a bright diamond plate dash to coordinate with the exterior brightwork, and the GlowShift readouts light up an individual color when you fire up this roadster. A flame-kissed sports steering wheel, a tilt column, and a B&M floor shifter complete a proper performance package.

A big shining V8 is necessary for a proper T-bucket, and this one really delivers. The big air grabber, polished valve covers, chrome alternator, polished intake, and more all make this ready to show off. Plus, with the steel braided lines, AN fittings, high temp plug wires, and an electric fan, it gets the fundamentals right to keep this a strong package. There was even a recent tune-up and new plugs. Speaking of strength, this is a 350 cubic-inch V8 enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and headers that feed the wicked growl of the side pipes. This also has the right hot rod suspension with reinforced radius rods front and rear. There’s also a three-speed automatic transmission, a wide set of rear Hoosier tires, and upgraded Wilwood front disc brakes.

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Location: La Vergne, Tennessee, United States