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↑ 1948 Tucker Torpedo

Tucker Torpedo Brochure, ca.1946 - Design Proposal which Lawson used to make the plaster model

Tucker Torpedo Brochure, ca.1946 - Design Proposal which Lawson used to make the plaster model

Tucker 48, 1948
Tucker 48, 1948
Tucker 48, 1948
Tucker 48, 1948
Tucker 48, 1948
Tucker 48, 1948
Tucker 48, 1948
Gooding's 2011 Scottsdale Auction – Tucker with chassis #1010, 1948
1948 Tucker Torpedo - Rendering
1948 Tucker Torpedo - Sales Brochure
1948 Tucker Torpedo - Advertising Postcard
1948 Tucker Torpedo - Advertisiment
Tucker Torpedo, 1948 - Sales Brochure
Tucker Torpedo, 1948 - Sales Brochure
Tucker Torpedo, 1948 - Sales Brochure
Tucker Torpedo, 1948 - Sales Brochure
Tucker Torpedo, 1948 - Sales Brochure
Tucker Torpedo, 1948 - Sales Brochure
Tucker with Pre-Production Trim - One of several drawings produced by Alex Tremulis in February 1947 for advertising the new design of the Tucker '48
Tucker Torpedo Brochure, ca.1946 - Design Proposal which Lawson used to make the plaster model
Tucker Torpedo, Proposed Center Steering (Automotive News - Dec. 10, 1945)
An early version of the Tucker Torpedo designed by George Lawson, Preston's Chief Designer at the time (Science Illustrated - Dec., 1946)
Tucker Torpedo, Early Design Rendering (1946)
Tucker Torpedo Quarter-Sized Clay Model by George Lawson, 1946
George's model was photographed in settings to make it look real. Airbrush was used to reflect shadows. Preston used these shots in his first stock prospects.
A Tucker Torpedo design proposal by Alex Tremulis (Dec., 1946) - his design was based on George Lawson's design, but incorporated some improvements.
A Tucker Torpedo design proposal by Alex Tremulis (Dec., 1946)
Images: Smithsonian Institution; aldenjewell’s photostream; Gooding & Co; www.gyronautx1.com