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Old 04-19-2003, 06:40 PM
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I am searching for a metal t-bucket body does anyone know a company that manufactures the panels or know of where one is for sale

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Your best bet is going to be a swap meet or online auctions, There is usually 1 or 2 on ebay.
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Model T bucket bodies are not available in steel unless you find an original one at a swap meet which is a rare occurance these days. I might point out to you that these are not metal structured bodies as you might be thinking. They are essentially sheet metal covers for wooden framework.
You may be more happy with the 'glass bodies like the rest of us! SHop around!
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T-BUCKET BODY

I CAN FABRICATE YOU AN ALL STEEL BODY WITH A STEEL FRAME, I CURRENTLY HAVE A JUST COMPLETED T-BUCKET WITH AN ALL NEW STEEL, HAND FABRICATED BODY IN MY SHOP.

JAMES TORY
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Old 09-20-2003, 01:23 PM
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Re: T-BUCKET BODY

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I CAN FABRICATE YOU AN ALL STEEL BODY WITH A STEEL FRAME, I CURRENTLY HAVE A JUST COMPLETED T-BUCKET WITH AN ALL NEW STEEL, HAND FABRICATED BODY IN MY SHOP.

JAMES TORY
Please post some photos of the body you have fabricated. I'm sure that many of us would be interested.
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Old 09-21-2003, 08:43 AM
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Rootleib (Rootlieb?) is also a company that makes "T" bodies in steel, got their catalog here somewhere.
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