1923 Ford T Bucket For Sale. 350 cubic inch V8 engine, HEI electronic ignition, 4 barrel Edelbrock carburetor and engine dress up package, chrome plated exhaust, TH350 automatic transmission with Hurst shifter, 4 wheel drum brakes, custom chassis, fiberglass body, Cragar polished aluminum wheels with 195/75/R14 front tires and Pro Trac S375/60/D15 rear tires, dual driving mirrors, cloth interior, Grant steering wheel, VDO gauges, AM/FM/Cassette radio, tow behind trailer with wood storage box, This vehicle was finished by its previous owner to complement his large Coca Cola collection. This big tire T-Bucket street rod is an attention grabber!!!
The basic Model T body was in a state of constant change from 1908 to 1927. There were numerous body styles, including roadsters, coupes, delivery trucks, touring cars, runabouts, and many others. But many buyers soon yearned for something more exotic and distinctive than the ever-present Model T. Soon, custom bodies, grilles, and trim parts were introduced by a fledgling aftermarket industry.
Bolt for bolt, the T-bucket provides add-on artists with more opportunities for doing it themselves than any other rod form. Only the T-bucket offers the builder such a “canvas” to show off his talents. The very fact that it has no fenders, no hood, no windows, minor muffling, a vibrating exterior, and few (if any) of the creature comforts a Detroit dandy possesses makes the T-bucket just about the most visually exciting car known to man or beast.
Most are built purely for street or show use, and the big engines are more for show than for need — many are more powerful than the vehicles can actually make use of. Although the body shell is original in appearance, engines of a wide variety of makes are commonly used. The small-block Chevrolet is a common choice, since it is relatively small, light, easy to obtain and to improve, and performs well.