Here is a nice looking T-Bucket that got a lot of extra attention at the Crazy T’s 2009 car show because it has an upholstered cover for the front axle! Maybe something like the bra concept applied to a suicide front end? Overall, this T-Bucket is very nicely done with the vertical bars in the T grille shell giving a unique look. Keeping with the upholstery theme, even the top bows of the very nice top are covered with upholstery material. Engine turned dash is a nice touch and the tunnel ram equipped small block Chevy looks quite nice. It also appears to be based on Total Performance parts in light of the distinctive Total Performance front suspension as previously noted, plus it incorporates the unique Total lower shock mount attached to the front radius rod.
If you are the owner or know the owner of this great looking T-Bucket, please post a comment for proper, well-deserved credit. Thanks.
Update: After attending the 2013 Chicago World of Wheels car show and taking in the T-Buckets on display in the “Tee Party” pavilion, I’ve learned that this T belongs to Randy Krnac of Plainfield, Illinois.
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