Back in 2010, I did a story about the Pip Biddlecombe Low Blow T Bucket that generated a lot of interest. It’s easy to see why this British-built, Pontiac-powered T-Bucket attracted such attention with its sinister looking low profile. Construction of the Pip Biddlecombe Low Blow T Bucket had begun around 1980. What I didn’t… [Read More]
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 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]
This 1927 Track T Roadster was built by Bob Hamilton in his home garage but went on to win 1st place in its class in 1989 at the famed Grand National Roadster Show in Oakland, California. I’m fortunate being able to work with Bob Hamilton in the marketing of his excellent StreetRod 101 DVD Library… [Read More]
The “Fad-T” fanaticism that burned white-hot in the late ’60s and ’70s was still smoking. So, it was only natural that STREET RODDER had a terrific looking T-Bucket. sweepstakes car in its August 1985 issue
“Hi Chester – I think I owned your red T-Bucket back in 2004,” was the message that produced a very pleasing discovery.