T buckets will fill the Sea Galley parking lot on Saturday.
The National T-Bucket Alliance invites you to join them on Saturday, in the parking lot behind the Sea Galley restaurant in Union Gap.  The cars will be on display starting around 2pm on Saturday, admission is free, and owners and enthusiasts will be there to talk to anyone interested in their cars.  The NTBA is a family-oriented club, and a group of dedicated T-Bucket fanatics who prefer big engines, huge rear tires, and lots of fancy paint and chrome!  The NTBA is in Yakima for their 2014 Pacific Northwest Regional T-Bucket Rally, and members have come from eight states for clean family fun, cruising, and showing off their cars.

The NTBA was formed in 2000 as a special interest street rodding club.  Their purpose is uniting individuals with an interest in building, operating, or just admiring Model T street rods, particularly T-Buckets.  The T-Bucket has long been recognized as a uniquely American hot rod style, first created in the early 1950’s and later introduced to the public and made popular by television shows, such as 77 Sunset Strip.