1948 TUCKER SEDAN The controversy surrounding Mr. Preston Tucker and the car that he built has ensured that the automobile that bore his name will forever be a most significant piece of U.S. automotive history. Regardless of Mr. Tucker's motives, his car was undoubtedly very advanced for 1948, and deserved much more credit than it initially received. Of the fifty-one produced, very few come to market today and, as a result, they are much coveted in private collections. Completely restored. http://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/18986/18986_Show_Web.jpg
Lot #267

1948 TUCKER SEDAN

Auction PETERSEN MUSEUM CLASSIC CAR AUCTION 2002
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 267
Year 1948
Make TUCKER
Model
Style SEDAN
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN X103507
Exterior Color BLUE
Interior Color
Cylinders 0
Engine Size 0
Transmission
Description

For sale at auction: Lot #267 - The controversy surrounding Mr. Preston Tucker and the car that he built has ensured that the automobile that bore his name will forever be a most significant piece of U.S. automotive history. Regardless of Mr. Tucker's motives, his car was undoubtedly very advanced for 1948, and deserved much more credit than it initially received. Of the fifty-one produced, very few come to market today and, as a result, they are much coveted in private collections. Completely restored.