This T-Bucket Electric Golf Cart is the Real Deal

electric T-Bucket golf cart

Not too long ago, we posted a story about an electric T-Bucket golf cart, which garnered quite a bit of attention although the cart itself was a bit on the unusual looking side. However, when I spied this mini T-Bucket for sale on CraigsList I was impressed. Finally, somebody has succeeded in achieving “the look”… [Read More]

The family that plays together with a T-Bucket, stays together

Ashley Designs Mini T-Bucke

Scott Zimmerman has a lifelong passion for the hot rod and custom car scene and fortunately his wife, Debbie, shares that interest. So it wasn’t too surprising that even before their daughter, Ashley, was born they built her a stroller in the image of a 1937 Ford Boyd Coddington Smoothster. That way, they could continue… [Read More]

T-Bucket History: Marty Hollmann’s Hugely Influential T-Bucket

Martin Hollmann T-Bucket1

I first saw Marty’s T-bucket on the cover of January 1961 Car Craft and was fascinated. I didn’t understand the beauty of symmetry, but I loved this T-bucket.

Chester Greenhalgh Applies Hot Rod Ingenuity to New eBook, “Projects With Lawn Mower Engines”

Projects With Lawn Mower Engines new eBook

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.

What “How to Build a T-Bucket …” Purchasers Have to Say

T-Bucket Reviewer Comments

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.