1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod

1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod

1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod
350 CID small block V-8. Built last year with all new parts! New 330HP 350 CID Chevy small-block V-8 crate engine. New TCI streetfighter th350 Three-speed automatic transmission.

Posi traction Ford nine-inch rear end. New electric radiator cooling fan. Brand new American Racing wheels with new tires. Four-wheel disc brakes with 11-inch rotors, tilt steering column, side-exit exhausts, 10.5-gallon fuel tank and center high-mounted stop light (CHMSL). Documentation includes parts invoices related to the build.

It could be defined as an automobile in its most elemental form engine, transmission, differential, four wheels and tires, a seat, controls and gauges for the driver and another seat for one passenger. Most hot rodders know it as a Ford T-Bucket. This T-Bucket is titled as a 1923 Ford convertible on a clean and clear Missouri title with a Missouri State assigned vin number and able to be transferred to all 50 States. This example was freshly built last year and is dressed in ever-stylish black.

The build consisted of all new parts and is ready to go! This T-Bucket replicas paint and trim are in excellent order and contrast perfectly with the new set of American Racing wheels. The windshield is clear and intact, the lights are haze-free and look great while the T-Bucket has a straight and solid body.

The engine bay is extremely fresh and tidy. This T-Bucket rolls on BFGoodrich Radial T/A, size 155/80R15 in front and Scrambler A/R Futura radials, size 265/70R17 in back. Each tire is mounted to five-spoke chrome American Racing wheels with center spinners. Ahead of the firewall is a new 330 HP Chevy crate 350 CID Chevrolet small block V-8 engine, complete with electric radiator cooling fan. Backing this motor is a new TCI Streetfighter th350 three-speed automatic transmission and a posi traction Ford nine-inch rear differential.

Driver convenience features include four-wheel disc brakes with 11-inch rotors, a tilt steering column and a center high-mounted stoplight (CHMSL). Inside, the bucket seats within this T-Bucket are in excellent shape and are ready for a jaunt.

The matching black carpet is in similar shape. A three-spoke aftermarket steering wheel is in great shape. The instrument panel with a full slate of gauges and a patterned backdrop, looks fantastic. A floor-mounted gearshift completes the interior.

Model Ts were hot-rodded and customized from the 1920s on, but the T-bucket was specifically created and named by Norm Grabowski in the 1950s. This car was named Lightning Bug, better known as the Kookie Kar, after being redesigned by Grabowski and appearing in the TV show 77 Sunset Strip, driven by character Gerald Kookie Kookson III. The exposure it gained led to numerous copies being built.

A Model T-style radiator is usually fitted, and even these can sometimes be barely up to the task of cooling the large engines fitted. Windshields, when fitted, are vertical glass like the original Model T.

They generally feature an enormous engine for the size and weight of the car, generally a V-8, along with tough drivetrains to handle the power and large rear tires to apply that power to the road. The front wheels are often much narrower than the rear wheels and are often motorcycle wheels. Since the last Model Ts were built in 1927, most modern T-buckets use replica fiberglass bodies. By the 1950s, original steel Model T bodies that had not been completely worn out were becoming increasingly hard to find and in 1957 the first fiberglass T-Bucket body (based on the 1923 version) was introduced by the short-lived Diablo Speed Shop in Northern California. If a new build, clean, classic T-Bucket has been calling your name, dont you think its time to visit MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to answer that call before someone else hears it? VIN: DRMVB0000163086MO This car is currently located at our facility in St. Current mileage on the odometer shows 6 miles. Applying for a vehicle loan online is one of the quickest and easiest application methods. Our secure application is easy to complete, all you need are a few personal and employment details. Check out similar vehicles in our inventory.

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New 330HP 350 CID Chevy small-block V-8 crate engine. New TCI streetfighter th350 Three-speed automatic transmission. Posi traction Ford nine-inch rear end. New electric radiator cooling fan. Brand new American Racing wheels with new tires.

Four-wheel disc brakes with 11-inch. The item "1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod" is in sale since Monday, January 6, 2020.

This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Cars & Trucks\Ford\Other". The seller is "motoexotica" and is located in Fenton, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.


1923 Ford Hot Rod Hot Rod


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