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Replica/Kit Manufacturers of Ford Model T Buckets

I am looking for a good replica/kit manufacturer of Ford Model T Bucket automobiles but am having difficulty finding a good selection of manufacturers. Does anyone know of a good one? Thanks

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Total performance has been around for a long time and has been known for producing a good kit. here is a link to those guys;
http://www.tperformance.com/

Speedway motors produces several kits also, and the value is pretty good, The quality is alright, and you cant do much better on the price.

The quality of the fiberglass from speedway is not the best, but it is alot better than many companies that are selling glass parts.
Here is speedway motors '23 T kit. http://www.speedwaymotors.com/xq/asp...qx/Product.htm
They have some other "T" kits also.

Do a part nomber search for 916-9132520 and 916-9132510.
Those are variations of the 23. They have some 27 "T"s also

If you are of a larger build, then you might want to consider a 27 T roadster or a 27 T lakes modified. The 27's are bigger inside and alot more comfortable to drive if you are big.
Poli-Form and Zipper motors have the lakes modified. They both offer kits also.

Here is poliform:
http://www.poli-form.com/Catalog/body/27lakes.html

here is zipper
http://www.zippermotors.com/

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Welcome to the site steven.sullivan. You may want to check out the National T Bucket Alliance site as well:

http://www.nationaltbucketalliance.c.../techindex.asp

Good luck with your future project.
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Welcome to the Hotrodders Bulletin Board....glad your here and hope you enjoy the site.
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OH Yeah!!! Welcome to the site. .....I forgot that part comes first.....I got all excited about fiberglass. ....damn brownies
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