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Custom T-Bucket Roadster

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Reminiscent of the cruisin' time of the 50's comes a Lego custom t-bucket roadster. The body-style is inspired from the Ford T-Bucket of the 20's integrated with custom styling of a more modern flair. This design uses classic technic pieces for the engine, steering, suspension and inner body frame. The outside shell is made up of many different smooth, black, creator-style pieces. While "street-legal", this car is built for the drag racing enthusiast and resembles something you might see grace the stage at a Barrett-Jackson auto auction.

This 2-seater has a bulbous looking cock-pit that ends up being quite roomy. The solid-black exterior brings out the chrome accents of the side dual-exhausts and wheels. The car is for nice weather only so leave it in the garage on a rainy day.

Features include the classic Lego rack and pinion steering (from the steering wheel), independent front suspension, rear suspension, adjustable side-view mirrors, dual side-exhausts.

Here's the rear-view or (better stated) the view from drag racing victims.

View from the top. The car is 11 1/4 inches long, 6 1/2 inches wide and 5 1/2 inches at it's highest point. I would estimate this is between 1200-1500 pieces.

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