1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster Chosen Deal of the Day

1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster

This 1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster is not for the faint of heart. T-Bucket owners are among the craziest people on earth. There is no way you are ever safe in a T-Bucket on the highway. But the zenith of the T-Bucket experience is when you have a big block motor as the power plant. That’s what this 1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster has. It was chosen as the Deal of the Day this week in the Cars-On-Line.com newsletter.

An amazing post came in from Classic Car Liquidators in Sherman, Texas this week. (Follow this link to review dozens of photos of the T-Bucket.) Not only is it an open T-Bucket roadster, but it comes with a big block 454 motor, way more power than this little T-Bucket needs. And that’s the fun of it. They indicate that it comes with long tube headers, tilt steering column, quad rear coil over shocks and a Jaguar independent rear suspension. The 1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster is constructed of a full custom tube chassis so this is a quality built piece. It has front and rear disc brakes, a chrome alternator and B&M shifter. The big 454 has an aluminum Edelbrock intake and carburetor. This is a premium package for an affordable cost. Their asking price is only $14,999. Now that’s a lotta’ fun for very little money. 

This week’s Deal of the Day preview has some of the finest collector cars we’ve ever offered at such low prices. Just look at the popular collector cars in this week’s Deals. (Follow this link to preview all of the Deals of the Day for the coming week.) This is where we give newsletter readers first shot at all the cars that will be featured in the Deal of the Day feature on the Cars On Line home page during the coming week. Often these cars sell right here in the newsletter before they even make it to the home page! You’ll always see them in the newsletter first though. To subscribe to the Cars-On-Line.com newsletter click here and fill in your email address in the form where it says “Subscribe to our weekly newsletter.” 


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