The decisions aren't always easy for Tucker No. 1019 owner Debbie Hull
The controversial car will be auctioned at Scottsdale
A Tucker Sedan 48 will be offered by Clars Auction Gallery at its sale June 6 & 7 sale.
A sneak peak at the Tucker convertible was offered to a curious crowd May 2 at Keels & Wheels in Seabrook, Texas, and Old Cars Weekly has a video interview with the owner!
The one and only Tucker convertible will be seen publicly May 2 for the first time since it began the process of completion several months ago. It makes its premier at Keels & Wheels in Seabrook, Texas.
If you want to start a fight, start asking around about the existence of a Tucker convertible. But later this year are promises that one will roll out of a Wisconsin restoration shop for all the world to see.
There have been plenty of one-year wonders in automotive history, but there may never have been a shooting star that shone as brightly as the Tucker.