This turtle deck T-Bucket takes the traditional budget approach by using a 1940s era Ford I-beam front axle with the spring in front and positioned with traditional split wishbones. Check out the …
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.
Just what do purchasers of Chester Greenhalgh’s legendary “How to Build a T-Bucket Hot Rod Roadster for Under $3000″ book have to say about it? Here are just a few comments and we hope to add yours, too:
Anybody who wants to build, buy, or dream of a T-Bucket should have this book. It is by far the best printed word on our drivers and dreams.
Just bought Chester’s “How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster” book. Cool stuff – I might even build a T-bucket just to do it.
The thing I liked about this book is, it covers every freaking thing it takes to build a T.
“Hi Chester – I think I owned your red T-Bucket back in 2004,” was the message that produced a very pleasing discovery.
Chester Greenhalgh knows you’ll be so blown away by the money-saving, helpful T-Bucket hot rod building information in this Free Chapter that you’ll have to have the other 230+ pages!
In the new, revised version dimensions have been added to drawings and templates, text and drawings feature color highlights for greater clarity, photo resolution has been dramatically improved, many beneficial edits and updates have been made and every page now offers clean, sharp viewing and printing.