[With thanks and apologies in advance to Shawn Russell.] Summer flies by and as we enter Labor Day weekend it’s a good time to check on what’s going on with your own T-Bucket project. It’s easy to get distracted with all the other fun things to do over the Summer months, but now’s the time… [Read More]
The T-Bucket Nationals 2014 in scenic Mountain Home, Arkansas just wrapped up this evening with a terrific car show on the grounds of Arkansas State University Mountain Home. I’m happy to report that in the 14 year existence of the National T-Bucket Alliance that of the three T-Bucket Nationals held in this scenic town that… [Read More]
Casino Royale Las Vegas is now known for more than low table minimums, $1.99 footlong hot dogs and $1 Michelob Lights. If it’s your lucky day, when you plunk a few pennies in the slots there you could come home with a T-Bucket hot rod! And not just some T-Bucket they picked up off Craigslist,… [Read More]
We love T-Buckets in ALL their variations and we’re happy to share yours with the world’s other T-Bucket lovers. So, send us some pics and info and we’ll take care of the rest. In essence, we want to give you and your T as much exposure as possible. If it’s your T-Bucket and you’re proud of it – that’s good enough for us.
I am continually fascinated by the creativity that can be applied in building a T-Bucket. But, Brett Putman caught me completely off guard when he shared a photo of his Texas T-Bucket, The “Mulester”. It may be slightly less than one horsepower, but put it in a parade and “If they had a people’s choice… [Read More]
Reindeer were fine back in the 1800s, but it’s a little known secret that early in the 20th century Santa was desperately searching for a faster way to get around to the world’s expanding population without having to make those frequent rest stops for Rudolph and his pals to get a drink and a quick… [Read More]