Ron Young is a Minnesota hot rodder who’s been building T-Buckets since the mid-60’s. Along the way, he was the beneficiary of a lot of knowledge (much of it passed along as constructive criticism) by older hot rod builders who wanted to help someone with not quite as much experience as they had at that point. In the same vein, Ron has put together a set of free T-Bucket frame plans based on the way he’s been building them for the last 15 years or so (just as Coddington built “Boydsters”, the T-Bucket frame style popularized by Ron is called a “Youngster”. They’re free plans because Ron wants to share his knowledge just as his many hot rod mentors did. We’re happy to be able to help put these plans into more hands. Here’s what you get: -- 23 pages covering the Youngster Free T-Bucket Frame Plans, which highlight the construction of a “roller” chassis -- many illustrations, some full size, for a transverse sprung front-end and a coil-over-shock suspended rear axle -- budgetary Bill of Materials, with part numbers and costs -- yes, they’re FREE — just go to www.TBucketPlans.com, click on the Blue "Youngster" book icon, enter your name and email address and you get a return email your download link (it’s about a 1.7MB file) Just happy to pay it forward.