Building a T Bucket hot rod is one of the best decisions you’ll make.
Building a T Bucket hot rod or street rod is easy. Building a T Bucket hot rod that’s both good-looking and great-performing and doing it on a shoestring budget is easy too — if you make the right choice and follow a proven plan.
Building a T Bucket hot rod on a budget is the hands-down winner when it comes to getting the biggest bang for your Street Rod building bucks. Inspired by the late Norm Grabowski’s “Kookie Car” of the 1950s, the 1923 Ford is the basis for building a T Bucket hot rod and is the best value going today! Here’s why:
Top 10 Reasons for
Building a T Bucket Hot Rod
- Appearance: It screams HOT ROD.
- Performance: When building a T Bucket Hot Rod without excess weight, even a stock V8 will blow away most anything on the road today.
- Popularity: With their exposed mechanicals, T-Bucket hot rods draw crowds everywhere — and make big bucks Deuce owners envious.
- Simplicity: Only basic, readily available components are needed for building a T Bucket hot rod — and it’s easy to work on.
- Do It Yourself: Building a T Bucket Hot Rod in your home garage is easy with a minimum of tools and experience.
- Unique: Unlimited personalization means virtually no two T-Bucket Hot Rod builds are identical.
- Fun to Drive: Looking over the running engine and watching the rotating wheels and tires gives you the feeling of complete control. For the pure thrill and feel of driving, there’s nothing like driving a T-Bucket hot rod you built.
- Fuel Efficient: If building a T Bucket hot rod on a budget, chances are good you don’t want to waste gas money either. Light weight = more mpg.
- Profitable: Depending on your skills, taste and attention to detail, you should be able to sell the T-Bucket you build for a 100% to 200% profit, or more. Use that profit to start building the Deuce coupe you’ve always wanted but couldn’t afford — or have so much fun with your T-Bucket you keep it!
- Economic: Building a T Bucket Hot Rod on an under-$3000 budget is still possible! We can show you how.
In fact, building a T Bucket hot rod on a budget for his hot rod shop customers is what drove Chester Greenhalgh to put together what is the most complete hot rod construction manual ever published, “How to Build a T-Bucket Hot Rod Roadster for Under $3000: kickin’ it old skool“.
Just click on the title link above and you’ll see a complete rundown on everything you’ll get in the 250+ pages, 400+ photos, templates, diagrams and illustrations it contains to ensure you’ll be successful in building a T Bucket hot rod that looks great on a shoestring budget.
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