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Pictures of traditional T-buckets?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by SamIyam, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. Mad~Max
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    I've always been a sucker for blown T's, especially with a Delta drive (looks like a piston rod on the pully).

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  2. hickory
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    Isn't that an ugly Tractor. Yep thats the way I bought it!!
     
  3. Paul
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    mine from yesterday,
    fitting the Stude headers to the Olds motor..

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  4. Drive Em
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    Not really a bucket, but a "T" nonetheless. It is on the road now. I still need to paint it.

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  5. ibcalaveras
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    I have more in my photo album, there should be a rear shot....Donn
     

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  6. tfeverfred
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    I'm diggin' it.
     
  7. WORD, just has the perfect stance. Beautiful!-MIKE:cool:
     
  8. floored
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    Mine.
     

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  9. Paul
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  10. Le' Gapster
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    What are the dimensions of this? Planning on building one! Good stuff brother.
     
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  11. That was 13 years ago...
     
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