Out of the blue this afternoon my boss asks me to come into his office. He begins quizzing me about T-buckets and wanting to buy one to tool around in with his young grandkids. The next thing I know he's going through one of the self-promoting traveling circus-esque auction house sites and lamenting why there's no T-buckets consigned. Thinking about this for a minute or so, my reaction was "well, they're not that practical, they can be had relatively cheap if they're based on a fiberglass body vs. all steel or not a period build, there isn't much to most of them, older cars (especially pre-Depression-Era) are taking a dump compared to post-war ones with more amenities and comforts, and the auction houses probably shy away from low-dollar/low-commission cars." Now I don't pay much attention to T-buckets because I'm more of a fat-fender kind of guy, but it does beg the question why you don't see them much at auctions? Or am I just overlooking something?