Tucker Convertible to finally see the light of day
What's not debatable is the fact that a lone topless 1948 Tucker exists today, though it is not really known whether it was a full factory effort or a one-off special made by another firm. Regardless of its murky past, Benchmark Classics, a collector car dealership and restoration shop in Madison, Wisconsin, has gotten its hands on the droptop and announced plans to completely restore the machine by May of this year. They plan to publicly show the Tucker 'vert at both Pebble Beach and Amelia Island, with a possible SEMA appearance added later in the year. All of this will eventually lead to what's sure to be a high-profile sale. Thanks for the tip, Matt!
[Source: Old Cars Weekly]
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