One of our 3 images of the most talked-about car of the post-war period: the 1948 Tucker Torpedo. Way ahead of its time. It was a safety car with a padded dash and a center headlight that swiveled to light the way around a corner as the car turned. It was a performance car with a huge rear-mounted air-cooled motor driving the rear wheels. And it was a threat to Detroit's Big 3, who, if they didn't directly drive the fledgling auto manufacturer out of business, at least didn't mourn its almost instant demise. Just 51 were made. Virtually all have survived. This image represents the scene in La Jolla, California where Tucker #31 was displayed at the Concours d'Elegance in 2011. Now you can have one of just 31 (maximum) giclee-style prints for all the world, each accompanied by a numbered, signed Certificate of Authenticity.
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