1927 Ford

T-Bucket 4 Door $29,995

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This 1927 Ford T-Bucket is a distinct machine that utilizes the four-door sedan's style. And it's not just the unique silhouette that makes this one a great build. As you dig deeper, you'll discover thoughtful details that make this V8 custom roadster an all-around fun driver.

The usual T-Buckets borrow the style of the truck's cab. But this one is unique by utilizing the Model T sedan's form. And when it's given the hot rod treatment with smooth sides and a roadster setup, the result is downright sporty. The Steel body fits together quite nicely thanks to a fresher build with only about 7k miles on it. As distinct as this is, you still get all the right classic T-Bucket details. It's seen in places like the vibrant metallic finish, upright windshield, side pipes, and slotted mag wheels with an extra meaty rear set of a nice stance. And this one seems to take a little extra time to integrate the details, like the turn signals on the headlights and how the rear lights, their brake light, and license plate are all smoothly incorporated into the rear panel. It all makes for an appearance that tells you this is a thoughtful build.

Some T-Buckets have no doors at all, and so the double set of steel doors on both sides will instantly make this a stand-out. Plus, the interior has an attractive style with two-tone gray seating and a smooth color-matched floor. And one thing that doesn't change from a usual T-Bucket is the focus on the driver. You have a wood-rimmed banjo-style steering wheel, a tilt column, a Lokar floor shifter, and a cool aluminum dash panel full of readouts - including a large speedo and tach.

The 351 cubic-inch V8 has the tidy look that's ready for being on display. And you have nice upgrades like the ribbed valve covers, a matching Edelbrock air grabber, an aluminum intake, and an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. It's a tidy setup that even has good supporting components like the Mallory distributor and an electric fan. And those headers let the V8 exhale freely into the awesome polished side pipes. A C6 three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and square tube chassis make for a solid driver. As you look underneath, the suspension proves how it's different once again. You have tubular front A-arms, a triangulated four-link rear, and adjustable coilovers all-around. It makes for a nicer ride compared to some of the old-school machines. So you have a T-Bucket that can carry more people and a ride that's comfortable for more people.

Power, style, usefulness, and a memorable uniqueness make this T-Bucket four-door the custom you need in your garage. Call today!!!

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4 Door


Engine Size
351 V8
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3 Speed Automatic


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