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Hot Rods 60s style T-Buckets.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by John 79, Jun 15, 2008.

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  1. John 79
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    John 79
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  2. John 79
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    John 79
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  4. stude54ht
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    These three photos are all the same collection of parts 1958-1965
     

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  5. CONNMAN
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    >>>>>,My ole` buddy Bob Nall ( the Adult Toy Factory,,Las Cruces,N Mex) built this in the early '60's ,,drove it everywhere ,,including back to Iowa in '71 for our hi-school reunion ,,wrecked it two weeks before and rebuilt it in time to make the trip ,,sold it in the '80's ,,it's still runnin' around Las Cruces ,,but with different paint ,,
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  6. Wow, when this thread wakes up, it really wakes up!

    Holy smoke, that's a tiny radiator...bet he didn't drive this very much very far!
     
  7. showrod
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    here is a more current picture of the car above.
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  8. davidwilson
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    brother, Frank built this T in 1970 - tires, air filter, valve covers, headlights only changes since
     
  9. John 79
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    This thread is called "60s style T-Buckets",guess why??????:mad:
     
  10. cartcoupe36
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    1923 T Bucket built by Bobby Chance. 350 Engine with Hilborn mechanical fuel injection, Winters quick change.
     

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  11. John 79
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    Got some new firestones mounted today.

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  14. MAN i LOVE your car.

    !!!!!!!!

    wheel/tire combo is on the sopt!
     
  15. John 79
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    THANKS!!!!!!!!!!

    Still waiting for a new aluminium Moon styla tank from the US.
    Gonna build some new exhaust to,and they will be white.
     
  16. magsnubby
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    There's very little difference between an early '70's and a late '60's build.

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    Just a few changes and it would straight out of the '60's.
     
  17. fat49chevy
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    not my cup o tea but these look hot.
     
  18. Captain America look! Very cool! What year was that picture taken?
     
  19. Paul
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    then please post the picture after the changes
     
  20. fitzee
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    Any other shots of this one?
     

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  21. John 79
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    Yeah,but it doesent have those changes so it doesent belong here,theres alot of other forums for this kind of builds.
     
  22. Something you don't see often: Nicely done home-brew windshield stanchions and frame. A way to really save some bucks on a T-Bucket build.:)
     
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  23. mdcolby
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    Hey magsnubby your brothers T is very cool. I was checking out this very cool thread this morning looking for ideas for a project I purchased on Friday, and 14 hours later Im still bothered by how rudely your picture was recieved! The T isnt exactly a 60's style but it is close and there are lots of others on this thread that are not what I would call "60's" style. But in my views the 60's style is just a little bit of the 50's and 70's mixed together. In my part of the world not many cars in the 60's had disc brakes and coil over shocks and not many had any chrome as the cost and availability was just not there. What I think is funny is the guy that is hammering you for posting your picture is the same guy that on page 17 posted a picture of a 32! But nobody said a word because it was a very nice car! Im sure it will now be edited out. I started a post called "Cool model T pictures" check it out and post lots of pictures as these help me and others get idea's for our projects!!
     
  24. John 79
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    Thats perfect,then all the 70s stuff can be posted in your thread instead so we dont have to see them here.
     
  25. pasadenahotrod
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    Built in 1969. Track Car with turtle deck(one up, one down), flip up from back nose/hood.
     

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  26. magsnubby
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    Dude, you need to lighten up. Life's to short to get so upset about a picture.
     
  27. Paul
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    drama and off topic content killed this thread
     
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