We love T-Buckets in ALL their variations and we’re happy to share yours with the world’s other T-Bucket lovers. So, send us some pics and info and we’ll take care of the rest. In essence, we want to give you and your T as much exposure as possible. If it’s your T-Bucket and you’re proud of it – that’s good enough for us.
I am continually fascinated by the creativity that can be applied in building a T-Bucket. But, Brett Putman caught me completely off guard when he shared a photo of his Texas T-Bucket, The “Mulester”. It may be slightly less than one horsepower, but put it in a parade and “If they had a people’s choice [...]
Reindeer were fine back in the 1800s, but it’s a little known secret that early in the 20th century Santa was desperately searching for a faster way to get around to the world’s expanding population without having to make those frequent rest stops for Rudolph and his pals to get a drink and a quick [...]
Projects With Lawn Mower Engines will make you an overnight small engine expert and Chester shows you how to apply hot rod creativity not only to your lawn mower, but also cool projects with lawn mower engines for boating, air compressors, minibikes/choppers and more.
If you’ve always wanted to be the star of the Halloween Parade, scare small children, incite chasing dogs and draw gape-mouthed stares at every car show and cruise …
“Hi Chester – I think I owned your red T-Bucket back in 2004,” was the message that produced a very pleasing discovery.
With sincere thanks to graphic designer and airbrush artist extraordinaire, Dave Winfield, we are proud to be able to present as our free gift to you our 2011 Holiday Exclusive …