1948 Tucker 48
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This Tucker was sold at the Tucker factory auction in 1950 as part of the bankruptcy auction. It went through several owners, spending much of its life in storage until acquired by the current owners, who returned it to its as-original condition.
One of the unique features of this car is its unaltered original suspension - the rubber vulcanized 'Torsilatic' suspension. Other unique Tucker features are the electric-shift transmission, rear-mounted opposed six-cylinder engine and the center headlamp that turns with the steering wheel.
This Tucker, chassis number 1033, was the 33rd Tucker built. It was built on September 30th of 1948.
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