A good portion of the descendants of automotive pioneers probably know about their ancestors’ accomplishments in broad strokes, but the number who can rattle off details about the history and mechanical aspects of the cars tied to their last names is considerably fewer. The Tucker clan, including great-grandsons Mike and Sean, are no strangers to the history and features of Preston Tucker’s eponymous car of tomorrow. They were there when the AACA Museum unveiled its Cammack Tucker collection exhibit, and they’re well conversed in every bit of Preston Tucker’s legacy, as we see from their in-depth videos on a wide range of Tucker topics, from the third headlamp that turns with the wheels to the accessory program to the intricacies of the torsalastic suspension system.

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