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Old 03-15-2003, 05:21 AM
 
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Does anyone know of any good websites for t-bucket homebuilders plans and blueprints i have visited all the major ones such as NTBA, Total performance etc. i am looking for homebuilders ideas and blueprints.

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duh try nationaltbucketalliance.....
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A good place to start www.nationaltbucketalliance.com
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Your best bet is to contact Califonia custom roadsters. They sometimes post a ad in the back of Rod And Custom Magazine. They sell a "plan" package for $20.00 It covers the frame, front and rear ends, and most of the mounts. also have full size patterns.
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just saying that my first rod was a 23 bucket and i really liked visiting those sites. looked around for my ol 392 powered job but couldnt find it. sure looked good with those chrome Fire Power valve covers. shoulda either kept it or the 56 panhead i traded it for back in '75
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