In introducing the 3rd new hot rod building DVD in the StreetRod 101 series on our sister website, www.StreetRodPlans.com, one of our regulars here asked, “who is Bob Hamilton?” So, here goes: Some of you who visit TBucketPlans.com may know Bob from a story we did a while back on How to Stretch a T-Bucket […]Continue reading
Through our sister site, StreetRodPlans.com, we are very proud to introduce the third DVD set in the successful StreetRod 101 series featuring Bob Hamilton: Fiberglass Body Work & Paint, Plus Chassis Prep with Bonus Metal Pickup Bed Fabrication. This new 4-hour instructional DVD shows you how to eliminate the imperfections found in most fiberglass bodies. […]Continue reading
This T-Bucket was built for less than $1500! You can do it, too! When I first saw a photo of Arly Hayden’s T-Bucket I liked it; but when I read Tara Lubiato’s description of it I was blown away! Here’s what Tara had to say: “This is our T-Bucket built from spare parts and $1300, […]Continue reading
As Chester’s holiday gift to you, now you can order any two of his cool eBooks for the low price of only $20. That’s only $10 each — but, this special offer expires at midnight, January 2, 2013 (extended to day after New Year’s in the holiday spirit and for those who only access email at work). […]Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.
The single most enduring package of information relating to T-buckets and their ongoing popularity is the T-bucket plans of California Custom Roadsters. Read this review from 35 years ago to discover why …Continue reading
“Hi Chester – I think I owned your red T-Bucket back in 2004,” was the message that produced a very pleasing discovery.Continue reading