Here’s a nice Spirit Industries T-Bucket from the Crazy T’s of Northern Illinois car show. In case you might wonder how it can be identified as a Spirit-based T, I’ll offer up my clues …
This T-Bucket chassis was an older Total Performance, with rear coil springs and vertical steering column, but the body had a Spirit Industries deuce dash.
The beautiful chromed quickchange rear end, 12-spoke front rims and deuce grille shell really make this blown black bobtail all Ford T-Bucket sparkle.
In August, 2009, I attended the Second Annual Crazy T’s of Northern Illinois Car Show benefitting Mooseheart Child City & School. The show is growing nicely and is not limited to T-buckets. Overall, there were close to 25 T-buckets there encompassing a wide variety of builds. Quite a few Total Performance and Spirit Industries based… [Read More]
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
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]