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Virtual Tucker Talk: Preparing #1026 for The Pebble Beach Concours
Sep 11 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
We’re launching our first Virtual Tucker Talk
With the success of our in-person “Tucker Talks” at the Museum, we’re launching our first VIRTUAL “Tucker Talk” online. We invite you to join Tucker Historian Larry Clark via Zoom for our first forum as he talks with Mark Lieberman about how Mark and his team at Nostalgic Motoring Ltd got Tucker #1026 operational for the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Also, Larry will be joined by Joe Kahn to talk about interesting persons of Tucker lore that he has dealt with including Russell Riberto, Francis “Fuzzy” Fruzyna, and others.
The virtual “Tucker Talks” are always FREE to AACA members with a Tucker membership upgrade. And as a bonus, we’re opening up FREE registration for all AACA Museum, Inc. Members. We’re excited to have you join us on Saturday, September 11th, at 11 am.
We’re working to share America’s Transportation Experience and make sure the Museum serves members around the corner and around the globe. So to overcome the obstacles of geography and current health concerns, the Virtual Tucker Talk presentation utilizes the power of Zoom.
To attend the online “live” presentation, pre-registration is required. Pre-registration closes at 4 p.m. on Friday, September 10th. The Zoom link that provides access to the presentation will be emailed to pre-registered guests.
If you are not an AACA Museum, Inc. Member, join now to attend the Virtual Tucker Talk. If you are a Museum Member, pre-register now.
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About our host Larry Clark
Larry Clark is Chancellor (president) of LSU Shreveport, a university with 7,500 students. Although highly passionate about Tucker matters, Larry attempts to utilize both his lawyer and business professor/business school dean backgrounds to approach Tucker history in an analytical manner and will draw upon both his legal and business school backgrounds for this program. Larry successfully built the case for and nominated Preston Tucker to become a member of the Automotive Hall of Fame.