I really had to stop and inspect further this immaculate 1927 T-Bucket roadster on display at the 2010 Buckethead Bash in Mountain Home, Arkansas.
I’m a sucker for the late 60s/early 70s psychedelic T-Bucket paint jobs, which incorporated panels, fogs, fades, bursts, lace, cobwebs, ribbons, stripes, murals, etc. in flakes, pearls and candies
This soft top lifts up to make it easier to get in and out of the T-Bucket! For all us past-middle-age bucketheads faced with no doors, how clever is that?!
A couple months ago, I posted about the 4th Annual T-Bucket “Buckethead Bash” to be held in “beautiful” Mountain Home, Arkansas. I’m not just tossing the adjective beautiful around. The drive to Mountain Home is almost as enjoyable as the “bash” itself. Don’t believe me? Just take a look at this photo I snapped out… [Read More]
If you just can’t get enough T-Buckets at your local events, may I suggest the the 4th Annual Buckethead Bash in beautiful Mountain Home, Arkansas. The Buckethead Bashes were initiated in 2007 after the National T-Bucket Alliance had held two successful T-Bucket Nationals in Mountain Home and decided to change locations to Arizona. At the… [Read More]