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1923 TBucket..New Speedway chassis,body and bed.1980 5.0 engine,auto trans,4 wheeldisc brakes 5x4 1/2 bolt pattern with all brake lines,master cylinder and pedalassembly installed.Ladder bars front/rear,real coil over shocks,Vega steeringbox with Borgeson u joint,aluminum collared column with Grant wheel,new wiringharness kit,dimmer switch,headlite switch,ignition switch,Autometergauges,radiator,upholstery,wood floor inserts,New 15” Centerline aluminumwheels with new tires.$6800

Also have 1965 Fairlane500 2dr HT.289/C4,factory AC,factory PS,rust free and very straight,Blk/Yellolicense plates,no broken glass,decent interior.Not running yet..$3500

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Hey, Jan and Dean knew what a Bucket T was, just as Model T was the backbone of the antique car world in the earlier years, the Bucket T was an inexpensive hot rod that could be built on the cheap....and if you go to Ebay, it seems that every last one of them is a 1923 bucketTTbucketTbucketT... I just don't have a problem with that....

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