1923 Ford Tbucket
Price: $10,000.00 Ad Number: #15883
1923 Ford Tbucket for Sale
1923 Ford Tbucket
Price: $10,000.00 Ad Number: #15883
1923 Ford Tbucket for Sale
Listed By: Queen Bee Bel
Seller Number: Show Seller Phone (408) 425-9761
Posted: Oct 11
Location: SAN JOSE, CA
Price: $10,000.00
Year: 1923
Make/Model: Ford Tbucket
Drive Type: 2 wheel drive
Mileage: 10
Doors: Other
Body Type: Coupe
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Engine: 8 Cylinder
Exterior Color: Brown
Burn up the quarter mile in this classic interpretation of the Tbucket rod! Here are the details you gear heads will want: Engine - Not original and 327 cubic inch 1962 - 1965 Chevrolet V8 motor. Single Holley 4 - barrel carburetor, custom exhaust. Engine Compartment -Traditional T Bucket open access to the engine, radiator, and firewall. Belt, Pulley, and Linkage - Original 327 cubic inch V8 brackets and fittings with good finishes. Carburetor - Holley four barrel carburetor with quality linkage and a chrome 14” round air cleaner. Intake Manifold - Weiand aluminum intake manifold. Distributor & Ignition Wires - GM style distributor with standard ignition wires. Cooling - Custom radiator with a manual fan and custom brass shroud. Electrical- Custom wiring harness. Exhaust - Custom side pipes with a brass “Ford” heat shield on each exhaust pipe. Valve Covers - 1962 Corvette finned aluminum valve covers. Chassis - Custom steel chassis with fabrication to accommodate a custom straight axle “hairpin” radius rods and GM differential. Wheels - Front are 15” E/T brand spoke magnesium wheels. Rear wheels are aluminum dish mags that are medium polished. These are vintage high performance aluminum wheels. Tires - Two front Firestone “100” 4-ply tires and two L 60 x 15 Kelly Springfield tires. Brakes - The vehicle only has rear drum brakes which is traditional for a custom hot rod like this. Front Suspension - Vintage straight axle with transverse leaf spring, no shocks, and no brakes. There are hairpin style radius rods that support the lateral movement of the suspension. Rear Suspension - GM differential with transverse leaf spring and gas shocks. Steering - Unknown origin but likely from a Mustang II, Corvair, or small GM car. Transmission - General Motors Powerglide 2-speed automatic transmission with floor shift from a Camaro, Nova, or Chevelle. We have a comprehensive appraisal report available upon request for interested parties. Contact us to make an offer!