Episode 7 – Tom Booth Torsion T

Show Notes forEpisode 7 – Tom Booth’s Fantastic Torsion T

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Our theme music is “My T-Bucket” by The Fractals a surf rock band from, of all places, the Duluth/Superior, Minnesota area. Every T-Bucket lover will want to add this to their music library and you can easily download it from Amazon Music. Or download all 16 great tunes from their “Death by Fender” album for only $8.99.

9 thoughts on “Episode 7 – Tom Booth Torsion T”

    • Thanks Richard. Actually it’s a real pleasure for me to get to meet and chat with the creative builders who’ve influenced the T-Bucket hobby. I’m going to keep the stories coming. John

  1. I was first introduced to Tom by Don Mabe in 1967. Don was a charter member of the Early Times Car Club. I will always remember Tom cleaning the injection on the kitchen table getting ready for a show. Tom was a great craftsman and along with his brother Bill very active in the Early Times. It was a wonderful time in SOCAL Hot Rodding. We all had great times. I was living with Don Mabe in Seal Beach and he took me around to all the car shows and hot rodders garages. Great memories !!


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