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1923 Ford T Bucket Street Rod Hot Rod Rat Rod Old School on 2040-cars

US $14,500.00
Year:1923 Mileage:1100
Location:

Goodland, Kansas, United States

Goodland, Kansas, United States

FOR SALE 1923 FORD T BUCKET ALL FORD

 

 1923 Ford T Bucket / Roadster Old School with 14" pick-up box. Body is fiberglass 2x3 Frame 289 C4 Ford. 9 Rear End

 

 

 Walker radiator

 1952 Ford steering box

  289 Ford Small block engine

 Edelbrock intake with 600 Holly

 Stock cam shaft

 Old school aluminum valve covers

 Chrome alternator

 C4  transmission (TCI Converter)

 Rear coilovers

Olds & Caddy air cleaner

 Speedway chrome headers

 15 gal. fuel tank

  Interior, Red vinyl

 Seat belts

 Moon Eyes steering wheel

 Speedway Motors, Bomber Seats

 Lokar Radical 32 Shifter

 Electronic turn signals

 Gauges ( temp, fuel, speedometer, alternator, oil pressure, volts)

 1939 Ford blue-dot taillights

 Wide White tires

 Gennie Steel rimes

 

 GRUNDY has this T Bucket insured for $19,000.00

 Description of this T Bucket on the title is 2009 Ford kitcar.

 

 

 Unique, eye-catching ride. Lots of summer fun!!!






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