Not iconic outside the CA racing but here's my Uncle Al's t-bucket. This is one of his most sought after cars (by collectors in CA) and come to find out, my Uncle Gene had the car (Uncle on opposite side of family).Kookie T-bucket.
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Saw them race back in early 70's at the Dallas International Motor Speedway just east of Lewisville. Man it was awesome! Mattel had so much stuff set up at the track really promoting the Snake/Mongoose Hot Wheels sets. You've never had a whooping until your momma has beat you with a yellow section of hot wheels track. That shit hurt!Remember Snake and Mongoose.
Funny looking back now how little power they actually had, in these days of 400 hp sedans. A neighbor has one of the DPS notchbacks. 5 speed manual and heavy duty everything.