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]
I get excited whenever T-Buckets are feature cars in one of the major hot rod magazines. The reason being that there have been periods when T-Buckets we just not to be found in the popular mags. So, if you love T-Buckets like I do, then run out to purchase the December 2013 issue of STREET… [Read More]
I don’t normally blog about T-Buckets that are for sale unless I find them particularly interesting either from a historical point of view or because of the creativity and/or workmanship they embody. This C-Cab qualifies for some of its creative elements.
The December, 1996 issue of Hot Rod Magazine featured a story by the late Gray Baskerville titled, “Low Bucket — Doin’ a Fad-T for $2.94 a Pound!” After first reading it, I spent countless hours pouring over the three picture-filled pages accompanied by Baskerville’s always entertaining and informative commentary. While I’d been hooked on T-Buckets… [Read More]