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What is "T-Bucket" - Definition & Explanation

A T-bucket (or Bucket T) is a specific style of hot rod car, based on a Ford Model T. It has the very small and light two seater body of a Model T roadster pickup (with or without the small pickup box), this "bucket"-shaped bodyshell giving the cars their name.

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