Otherwise, why are there so many images of Santa in Model T-like conveyances from the purely traditional to the more modern T-Bucket.
Following our recent post about Santa’s T-Bucket Hot Rod Sleigh, we’ve noticed more and more Santa in a T-Bucket pics that may confirm it to be his preferred mode of transportation.
With Santa’s big day only about a week away, we thought you’d appreciate viewing a few more Santa T-Bucket “sightings”.
If you have a Santa Claus in his T-Bucket image you’d like to share, just email us a copy at info@TBucketPlans.com.
During the Holiday Season, we’ll try to add as many of your T-Bucket Santa images as we can to this post.
In response to our request, here’s another picture of Old Saint Nick making speedy deliveries in his T-Bucket Hot Rod Sleigh.
And if you haven’t viewed it already, be sure to check out our Happy Hot Rod Holiday Wishes from TBucketPlans.com.
12/16/12 Update: Thanks everyone for passing along other cool pics of Santa in T-Bucket hot rods. We’ve just done a 2012 Santa T-Bucket post with a nice gallery of them. Check it out and share with your friends.
TBucketPlans.com originated in 2005 as a personal blog extolling the virtues of T-Buckets. In 2009 I blogged about Chester Greenhalgh, the "how to" genius who wrote the legendary, out-of-print “How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster for Under $3000”. That led to a friendship with Chester and our partnership in marketing the updated eBook version of his T-Bucket building bible. The T-Bucket fire burns stronger and stronger.
- 99On Christmas eve we're happy to repost this popular T-Bucket Hot Rod Santa story from several years back. Hot Rod Santa faced global population explosion and the escalating costs of reindeer food so he turned to Chester Greenhalgh-like T-Bucket hot rod ingenuity for a better way to serve his billions…