Joe Pirronello’s Dragster-Inspired Long Wheelbase T Bucket, “All-American”

long wheelbase T Bucket Joe Pirronello All American

The long wheelbase T Bucket era began in the late 1960s. Two factors contributed to the long wheelbase T Bucket fad. The first factor was the growth of drag-strip inspired street machines: from gassers to altered wheelbase funny cars to dragsters. The second factor was by that time T-Bucket hot rods were quite numerous and… [Read More]

T-Bucket Nationals Preview: Stainless Steel T-Bucket of Winfield Scott

Stainless Steel T-Bucket Winfield Scott

Sure, some guys have stainless steel T-Bucket headers but only one guy I know of has a stainless steel T-Bucket. And if you come to the T-Bucket Nationals in Green Bay, Wisconsin this Saturday, July 11, you’ll see it up close and personal. Winfield Scott of Marcellus, Michigan works in the stainless steel fabrication industry…. [Read More]

T-Bucket Nationals Preview: 1927 T Roadster, the Travelin’ T of Charles and Lavelle Tunnell

1927 T Roadster Charles Tunnell

When you visit the T-Bucket Nationals in Green Bay, WI, July 8-11, you’ll have a chance to see the super sharp 1927 T roadster that Charles Tunnell has owned since 1960 and which has clocked over 165,000 miles in the last 20 years cruising for pleasure and attending T-Bucket Nationals events around the country. You… [Read More]

Bob Smith’s Track T Roadster Demonstrates Versatility of the Model T Body

Track T Roadster Bob Smith

Bob Smith‘s 1927 Track T Roadster is dramatically unique because it looks to be only about knee-high. For comparison, take a look at Bob’s other street rod, the black ’32 highboy parked next to it. This track T roadster was another great find at the recent San Diego Prowlers 68th Picnic and Ol’ Timer’s Reunion…. [Read More]