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Exterior Color: Black Interior Color: Tan
Body Style: Traditional T-Bucket
Car Class: STREET
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1923 Ford Model T Traditional T-Bucket, Meet "Maggie"...so named by her builder because everywhere you go in this little Rod, people are drawn to her like a magnet. Maggie is a hand-bullt 1923 T-Bucket Roadster (Titled as a 1923) originally built by Vince Nowack of Missouri. Her chassis is not a kit, but a one one-off creation of Vince including the unique front shock mounts and four link coil spring rear. The chassis is also butter smooth with all welds ground and finished. There is even a hidden hitch in the rear if you wanted to tow a trailer or use the luggage basket we have on your trips to shows. Her engine is a vintage 283 with late model heads and Tri-Power intake. The engine, transmission, and rear end all came out of the same doner car, a 1957 Corvette. So you have the SBC engine, with the Powerglide tranny and a Hotchkis in the back. The bucket is fiberglass and the seats are a high quality vinyl. She has MSD ignition under the dash as well. She has a hidden battery cut-off hidden under the bucket and a fuel cut-off out back. Vince intended to do some vintage racing. The steering wheel is removable as well. She has vintage drag slicks out back with wide whites and Coker tiny's up front mounted on repro Ford wires. Vince even hand made the radiator surround. In 2006, Maggie was awarded with "Best Engineered" at the St. Louis World of wheels and has won many awards at smaller shows. Maggie is a reliable and quick little Rod, and someone is going to get a real gem here., $21,500 negotiable
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