Free T-Bucket Plans – the “Youngster” Free T-Bucket Plans

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(103 customer reviews)

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These Free T-Bucket plans show how to build a basic “roller” T-Bucket chassis. 23 pages include many illustrations, photos, parts suggestions and budgetary bill of materials. Yes, they’re free and you can download them now. Just click on “Add to Cart” and check out with only your name and email. Then download your plans immediately using the blue download link on the Checkout page. Plus, you’ll receive our free enews with T-Bucket history, stories, events and fun.

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Our Free T-Bucket Plans were created by the late Ron Young, a Minnesota hot rodder who built T-Buckets for decades beginning in the mid-1960’s. Along the way, he was the beneficiary of a lot of knowledge (much of it passed along as constructive criticism) by older hot rod builders who wanted to help someone with not quite as much experience as they had at that point. In the same vein, Ron put together a set of free T-Bucket plans based on the way he had been building them since the late 1990s up to 2012. Just as street rod builder Boyd Coddington built “Boydsters”, the free T-Bucket plans style popularized by Ron Young is called a “Youngster” T Bucket frame.

Free T-Bucket Plans Ron Young

These free plans show you how to build a T-Bucket basic chassis because Ron wanted to share his knowledge just as his many hot rod mentors did. We’re happy to be able to help put these great FREE T-Bucket plans into more hands.

About the “Youngster” FREE T-Bucket Plans

  • 23 pages covering the Youngster Free T Bucket Frame Plans, which highlight the construction of a “roller” chassis
  • many illustrations, some full size, for a transverse sprung front-end and a coil-over-shock suspended rear axle
  • budgetary Bill of Materials, with part numbers and costs
  • plus, we’ll keep you updated on new T-Bucket and hot rod building information and articles with our eNews Updates
  • and, yes, they’re FREE T Bucket frame plans — just enter your name and email address and you’ll receive an email from us with your download link (it’s a 3.2 MB file) and you will be added to our enews list so that we can keep you up-to-date on new plans, T-Bucket stories of interest, construction tip and tricks, events, products, history and information.

STEP 1: Just click the “Add to Cart” button above and check out with only your name and email. No Charge — Our Gift to You!
STEP 2: Then, download your plans by clicking on the blue download link on the Checkout page, as shown below.

Or, when you receive your confirming email from us just click on the link in the email to download your plans.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris Weeks

    I love them having the T – Bucket plans, I’m still using it to this day.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jim Antonio

    This set of plans gave me the info and confidence to make a very fun car. I highly recommend anyone read these plans because you are going to learn something valuable for sure.

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Uno Perlström

    I built my t-hot after that in Sweden.

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  4. 5 out of 5

    David Burgess

    I downloaded this plan roughly 6 years ago. (It is 2020 now). I admit that as a mechanical engineer, I have not followed the plans to a “T”. Also, I am building an 1929 MODEL ‘A’ Roadster Truck, not a “T” as you’ll see in my pics. This plan is a great starting point for your project weather you’re building a car, truck, etc. I like the drawings, reminds me of old-school ways of doing things. This is the way I still do things in my own garage. My frame is not tapered. My frame is much wider than the plans. But the basic building blocks are the same. My wife bought my all of the videos the following year for Christmas. This was very helpful. I would say that once you get a bit into the depth of your project, you’ll actually find the videos to be more helpful than the plans. But they cost money, plans do not. Any reasonably mechanically inclined individual will be able to adapt the free plans to their project with no problems.

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    Frame is complete, ordering a body from Spirit soon hope to be at Bonneville on the salt in 2021 or 2022.

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