I'm looking for a 1923 Ford T-Bucket in good shape for around $7000. I'm just looking for a project to do. I've looked throught Yahoo! and through Google and can't come across what I'm looking for. Anything else in mind?
$7000. WON'T GET YOU VERY MUCH THESE DAYS. I have a Bucket T for sale, but out of your price range. It is a prime show winner, and beautiful. Wins trophies everywhere it enters. In fact I have to build a room just for the trophies this car has won. If you want to see what $29,000 will get, then send me an email and I will send pictures. email@example.comUncle Martin
Go to your local rod runs, swap meets or shows and ask around or check on EBay under t bucket or roadster. You shouldn't have any problem finding something in your price range.
have you thought about building your own, I have seen them completed for that kind of price, and it's way more fun!
full roller minus wheels/tire you plum the brakes,set up for what ever motor/trans you want,23-29,23 has 108" wheel base,27,29 has 118" only thing there all with glass bodies,made out of 2x3 taperd,nothched, hairpins, t-bars,pannner bar,steering mounts,
GOTTA LOVE TO FAB !!!!ALL WORK DONE BY ME ON MY CAR.. YOU??
I keep thinking about getting a t-bucket, seems like a ton of fun.
Always wanted to do a track-T type of T-bucket, with a 4 cylinder, 5 speed drivetrain. The engine from a late model Saturns (90's ish) look sorta offy-ish too and could be cleaned up to look "old".Seen one at several shows around here with a 1100 Yamaha motorcycle engine in it, which was cool from a different standpoint.Car was built in "traditional" T-bucket style with the tall windshield, short pickup box, etc...I thought it mighta flowed better track T style,with maybe a hood top at least...but it was still something different.Personally, I'd go with a new kit from one of several available. They are reasonably priced and you don't have to fix someone else's "engineering", which usually adds up big time.
hahaha cleaned up to llok old sounds kind of funny
It sounds like you want a fairly complete bucket.Craigs list and eBay would be worth checking, as long as you can check the car in person.If you don't have the knowledge or skills, bringsomeone along who does.Check with the local rod shops, antique auto parts stores. Leave a "wanted" note on their bullitin board.There are always partially finished cars with ownerswho have lost interest.That is how I found mine. Happy hunting..
Have you found what you are looking for yet? Let us see when you finally get it!
I am looking for 69 Dodge Charger. Can any body tells me what is its price, hp & how much it's gonna be customized.Mike MasterCrystal Meth
Mikemaster:I am looking for 69 Dodge Charger. Can any body tells me what is its price, hp & how much it's gonna be customized.Mike MasterCrystal MethWhile a sweet car, the '69 Charger is a little off topic for this site, and this thread is about T buckets.
i have a 23 t bucket red with top, but it is more than you have listed i will take $16,000 for it. it does drive nice it has trophied in a show. it has a 350 with 327 heads nice car