1970s T-Bucket Plans by Ohio Street T’s
The nostalgic 1970s T-Bucket plans in this eBook include some unique T-Bucket construction tips and tricks you won’t find anywhere else, including how to build a quarter-elliptic leaf spring rear suspension. They’re not meant to be pretty, but these practical 1970s T-Bucket plans can save you loads of time and needless frustration. Plus, you get 35+ pages packed with illustrations and templates you can use in your own T-Bucket build.
The same decade that brought us disco, the pet rock and leisure suits also introduced some cool 1970s T-Bucket plans you’ll want to have not only for ideas for your own build but also some helpful T-Bucket construction tips and tricks. In the 1970s T-Buckets as a hot rod trend were booming and to the meet the growing need for more T-Bucket building information the Ohio Street T’s T-Bucket Plans were introduced.
These 1970s T-Bucket plans by a company called “Ohio Street T’s” first came on the hot rod scene back in 1976 through a few small space ads in Rod Action magazine. This was about one year after the California Custom Roadsters (CCR) T-Bucket Chassis Plans were introduced.
Intended to be a budget T-Bucket plan set, compared to CCR’s more detailed plans, the Ohio Street T’s plans were peppered with misspellings and typos. But we’ve cleaned up most of that. After all, they were produced by a 1970s T-Bucket builder, not a writer.
1970s T-Bucket Plans Tips & Tricks to Help You Build Today
The Akron-based Ohio Street T’s ceased to exist many years ago. We’re making these cleaned up 1970s T-Buckets plans available to T-Bucket builders today because they contain some plan information you just won’t find anywhere else.
- A clever way to align spring perch side and top plates for tack welding
- Using lengths of inexpensive all-thread to align front and rear crossmembers for tack welding
- How to build a quarter-elliptic leaf spring rear suspension
- Clever trick for aligning front axle batwings before tack welding
- A nifty fixture for making nice radius rod bends
And you’ll find lots more to like, too.
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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.
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