• Stock:

    0031-TPA

  • Engine Size:

    350 V8

  • Transmission Type:

    4 Speed Automatic

  • Miles:

    552 (Since Built)

  • Location:

    Tampa, Florida

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RARE C-CAB T-BUCKET, REAR STORAGE AREA, 350 CHEVY, SHOW QUALITY, ONLY 550 MILES!

You've seen custom-built T-style buckets before, but you haven't seen one as wild as this. But beyond the glowing paint and the wicked drivetrain, this 1923 Model T C-Cab really is one of the most practical choices you'll find.

This custom build was only finished 550 miles ago, and we're surprised they even bothered to put headlights on this one. After all, that neon green paint likely glows in the dark and could land a flying saucer. And that's exactly the kind of color you want on a hot rod like this. If you're looking to be incognito, there are plenty of other high horsepower classics out there. These cars are for the bold, and so only the boldest paint will do. Since this is a C-Cab, there is the fun side decal about a delivery vehicle. If that's not to your taste, it's 100% removable. We'll even take it off for you so that when this arrives on your doorstep, it will be ready for your own custom delivery logo (maybe even a bakery pun involving "hauling buns.")

Step inside, and the interior is clean with a touch of class - this is exactly how you want a T-style hot rod to look. The driver gets a nice sports steering wheel (the bow tie in the center hints at the powerplant.) Plus, there's the tall upright gear lever, which is a hallmark often missed on these custom cars. All the gauges are Omega Kustoms set into a real wood panel for a nice traditional touch. But the most standout feature of the interior is the locking back hatch that has real storage room behind it. This can fit chairs, coolers, and of course, trophies. So this is the first T-Bucket you've seen that can securely carry all the gear you want to the car show or tailgate party.

By now you've probably seen the cool graphic on the radiator that reminds us all that these might look like vintage Fords, but Chevy small-block power always works the best. This one started out life as a 350 cubic-inch V8, and then the hot rod people went to work. It was rebuilt with go-fast parts like a Holley Strip Dominator aluminum intake manifold, Holley performance carburetor, and the headers that have an unfiltered connection to those rumbling side pipes. Because this is all out for the world to see, it also has been given some attract chrome upgrades such as the air cleaner, fan shroud, alternator, and valve covers. Even the firewall shines like a mirror so this beastly powerplant looks double its size. This is mated to GM's TH700 R4 overdrive automatic, which is running a B&M converter lock-up with a control on the dash. So yes, this is perfect for cruising or power takeoffs. Plus, with disc brakes up front, wide Goodyear Eagle GTs holding up the staggered rear end, and Centerline forged wheels all around, this custom hot rod is absolutely ready for the street or strip.

It's hard not to get excited about a recently built custom hot rod with a hint of a practical side and a price that's easily within budget.

Features

Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes

Documentation

Drivetrain

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
350 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Automatic
Transmission Spec
THM700 R4

Body

Body Or Basic Color
Green
Body Style
Coupe
Doors
2

Basic

Year
1923
Make
Ford
Model
Model T
Miles
552 (Since Built)

Interior

Interior Or Basic Color
Black
Seating Type
Bench
Shifter Type
Floor
Center Console
No

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