2012/03/20

1948 Tucker



Manufacturer
Tucker Car Corporation
Production
1947–1948 (MY1948 - Total of 51 cars completed)
Assembly
Chicago, IL
Class
Sedan
Layout
Rear engine/Rear Wheel Drive, 4-wheel independent suspension (Rubber torsion tube (no springs) with shock absorbers)
Engine
H-6 (horizontally opposed), OHV, 334.1 cubic inches (5.475 L) (4.50 x 3.50 in. bore x stroke), 7.0:1 compression ratio, 166 bhp, 372 lb·ft (504 N·m) torque
Transmission
Cord 810/812; Tucker Y-1 (Modified Cord 810/812);[1]
TuckerMatic (R-1, R-1-2, R-3 versions)
Wheelbase
128 in (325 cm)
Length
219 in (556 cm)
Width
79 in (201 cm)
Height
60 in (152 cm)
Curb weight
4,200 pounds (1,900 kg)
Designer
Alex Tremulis


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