Many people wonder what drove Chester Greenhalgh to so meticulously document every step about how to build a T-Bucket from scratch. Most are amazed at the clarity of detail he lays down in over 250 pages showing how to build a T-Bucket in the most economic way possible. Some find it incredible that the eBook contains over 400 photos, templates, diagrams and illustrations showing every detail of how to build a T-Bucket. Well, there was a method to the madness.
For the first time, Chester Greenhalgh finally reveals in this 4 minute interview why he wrote “How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster for Under $3000” and how it got to be the legendary eBook it has become today.
What’s clear in the interview is Chester’s passion for being able to spread the word about how to build a T-Bucket, despite some publishing industry frustrations along the way. If you’ve ever wanted a T-Bucket or wondered if it was as easy as it looks to learn how to build a T-Bucket on a budget, click here to learn all about it and get your copy of this hot rod “how to” legend today.
P.S. If you’re already the proud owner of a copy of “How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster for Under $3000” or any of Chester’s other eBooks, you won’t want to miss all the new practical, fun information in his latest eBook, “How to Build a Full-On Radical Custom on a Beer Budget!”
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1 thought on ““How to Build a T-Bucket”: Chester Tells the Story Behind it”
In the multitude of T-Buckets I built in the 13 years the shop was open, I never once used an after-market axle, all were either early ford, Econoline or Ford pickup. I closed the shop because the doctors told me to find another line of work or I’d never see 60, so I built golf courses in the nice fresh, clean air.for the next 15 years.