1948 Tucker


Museum announces loan of a 1948 Tucker

  The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum has announced the loan of a 1948 Tucker until April 15. While only 51 Tuckers were built, this one is number 52. This fully restored Tucker was one of several left behind partially built after Tucker went out of business in 1950. The 1948 Tucker is on...


Tucker comes to NATM

The National Automotive & Truck Museum of the U.S. (NATM) is a National Historic Landmark. NATM is proud to announce another new display on the museum floor, a 1948 Tucker automobile and memorabilia. On loan from the Tucker Automobile Club of America, Inc. is one of four full sized 1948 Tucker replicas that was...

Never-used and used 1948 Tucker parts are being assembled to the cowl of what was to be Tucker 1052, thus creating a new Tucker with almost all Preston parts.

Meet Tucker 1052, the 52nd car of 51 built

—————————————————————————————————————————————- BREAKING NEWS: VanDerBrink holds Lambrecht Chevrolet Collection second-chance auction —————————————————————————————————————————————-     Of the 51 Tucker automobiles built, John Schuler’s car is number 52. It’s not new math, but Schuler’s car will be a new addition to the roster of whole Tuckers. However, its parts have been around since Tucker stopped assembling cars...