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1923 Ford T Bucket Hard Top

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1923 Ford T Bucket Hard Top
£129.99

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Previously portrayed as chariots for ruffians, the rod had
now become stylish transport for the terminally cool.
And ever since, the Model T hot rod has become an icon
on par with Harley-Davidson and Duesenberg in the
history of transportation. 1:18 Scale, 7 ¾” x 3 ¼” x 3 ½”,
Die-cast metal frame with plastic parts, Opening doors &
trunk.
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The T-Bucket Hot Rod craze started back in the 1950s, and is still alive and screamin’ today. Norm Grabowski is the undisputed Granddaddy of the 4-wheeled art form, with his original Kookie Kar. It all started back in 1952, when Grabowski got his hands on an old 1922 Model T Touring front half and dropped a shortened model A pickup bed on the rear. It wasn’t nearly as simple as it sounds-Grabowski painstakingly cut and recut the frame, labouring long and hard to get just the aesthetic and stance he was looking for. The T-bucket moniker originally referred to the two-seat Model T roadster body, with either a small pickup box, turtle deck or no back end at all. Previously portrayed as chariots for ruffians, the rod had now become stylish transport for the terminally cool. And ever since, the Model T hot rod has become an icon on par with Harley-Davidson and Duesenberg in the history of transportation. 1:18 Scale, 7 ¾” x 3 ¼” x 3 ½”, Die-cast metal frame with plastic parts, Opening doors & trunk.
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SKU 31237
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