The Tucker Corporation went under in 1949, while the last of 51 automobiles were still being produced. Did GM, Ford and Chrysler conspire to bring the new company to its knees, or did Preston Tucker himself conspire to defraud investors? (He was prosecuted, but never convicted of any crime.) While the episode was fatal for Tucker’s company, it yielded a small number of unique automobiles that have achieved immense value on today’s classic car market. This image, created from an ordinary photograph of the car, pays homage to the demise of Tucker’s company. On aluminum with wall-mount. No frame needed. Limited edition of 51.