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1924  Ford T-Bucket
2 The "T"
Fenton, Missouri 63026
  • Competition Cam (305) and lifters
  • Polished Edelbrock dual quad tunnel ram
  • Dual 600 cfm carburetors by Edelbrock
  • Mr. Gasket Blower style air cleaner
  • Tri-Bar Headlight with built in turn signals
  • Patriot sprint style coated headers
  • Vintage Slotted Mags
  • Goodyear 5.60x15 on front
  • Firestone 33/15.50/15 Slicks on the rear
  • B & M ratchet shifter
  • Classic Instrument Gauges
  • AutoGuage Tachometer with shift light
  • 350 Transmission with 3500 stall converter
  • B & M Transpak
  • Chevrolet Corporate rear end w/390 gears & limit slip
  • Approx. Horses ?  More than the Kentucky Derby
  • Graphics by: "Easy" Ed
  • Engine/Transmission/Rear end by Steve Champion
  • NEW INTERIOR WITH HEATED SEATS  (Not shown)
$25,000
Contact:
(314) 220-8965
fireman@johnskinker.com
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The only trade's considered would be one of
equal value.. Looking for something with a
pro-street title.  It never hurts to contact me
with an offer or what you might have to trade..
E-Mail & pictures would be the best...
Thanks: John
I am trying to sell my T bucket roller.  For more information, contact Donnie at donnie6731@aol.com and/or
(505) 469 4407  Here is just a few of the things listed..Carson Top. Top is electric hydraulic and was hand formed out of
aluminum at a cost of 14 grand. Top took 6 weeks to fabricate. Car wins every show every time. Custom hand engraved
billet tail light brackets Custom interior by Bells Trim and Design Paint underneath car is even better than up top but
paint all throughout the car is phenomenal. Custom hand etched dash, rear end cover, fire wall motor mounts and much
more. Polished and hand etch calipers and disc brakes Custom built and polished radiator Boyd Wheels Custom
aluminum gas tank Look at picks you will see this car is not like any other T at all. Car is ROLLER only and just needs a
motor. I will send picks of motor in car just so you can see how wicked this ride is. I have more pics but this should
show the quality of this ride. I have 40 grand in to the car at this point without motor. Hand etching is not cheap, and
neither is anything on the car no expense was spared honestly. The car speaks for itself it is total custom and show,
wins every show every time.  Check out the reflection on paint underneath the car.  I sold the motors I had for the car
and am now selling the T roller. It is a beautiful car and all one needs is a nice looking engine to go with it. This is NOT a
project car, it is an established NSCA 4 time Champion and World of Wheels Winner.  
Just needs a motor and
transmission


1923 Ford T Bucket - $16000
(Imperial, Missouri)


California Custom Roadster frame and body, sm block Chevy 400 ci bored .030
over to a 406 ci. Weiand tunnel ram, 2 Holley 450 cfm 4 barrel carbs, K&N filters.
March Performance serpentine belt system, Comp H292 Cam, double roller timing
chain, chrome 1 wire altenator, high velocity oil pump and high flow chrome water
pump.
Mallory dual point distributor with Pertronix ignition. AHC coated headers. Spal
cooling fan, chrome timing cover and oil pan.
Monster Transmissions 3000 stall converter with lockup, 700R4 overdrive
transmission with Corvette servos and B&M shift kit.
VDO gauges with electronic speedometer. 6 lug Chevy 12 bolt rear end out of a
3/4 ton truck, 3.73 gears.
Special order 15x15x5 Stockton wheels (6 lugs) on the rear, Centerline wheels on
the front. Hoosier radial tires 31x18.5xR15LT.
Technostalgia LED tail lights. Total Performance white top, House of Kolor red
metalflake paint. Has turn signals, an AH-OOGA horn and a wolf whistle,
Titled as a 1923.
Car is very dependable, drive anywhere. I don't have a trailer, so it gets driven to
all shows. Have won lots of trophies and plaques.
The model of this 1966 C10 longbed Chevrolet truck.  A very well restored pickup with original straight 6 motor and no rust
on body or frame.  The original owner used the truck on a ranch in Oklahoma.  The truck travels very smooth on highway.
First prize recognition in car show in 2014.
Truck has been recently appraised conservativelyand will sell at $19,000.  Similar units have sold for $24,000.
If interested please call Al Schumacher at 314 497 5957