Tucker: How It All Began

Tucker Gallery Overview

January 26, 2019

10:00 AM

The mystique surrounding Preston Tucker, the Tucker Corporation and Tucker automobiles is the fascination of many visitors.    “Tucker:  How It All Began” will be the first in a series of programs on Tucker planned at the AACA Museum, Inc.   “Tucker:  How It All Began” will be offered on Saturday, January, 26 from 2019 from 10:00 – 11:00 AM followed by a question and answer opportunity from 11 – 11:30 AM.

“Tucker:  How It All Began” will take place here at the AACA Museum, Inc. and will be focused on the early years of the Tucker Corporation along with providing an overview of Preston Tucker.  We’re fortunate to have noted Tucker historians Mark Lieberman and John Tucker, Jr. available to present this program.

This program will be FREE to all Tucker Automobile Club of America (TACA) Members and will be a slight upcharge for regular visitors.

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Mark LiebermanMark Lieberman is the president of Nostalgic Motoring, which deals in classic and collectible automobiles, and he has seven patents to his credit. In 1991, he purchased the first of the five Tucker automobiles he has owned.  Through his business, he is actively involved in the restoration and preservation of Tucker automobiles. Mark continues to serve the Tucker Automobile Club of America (TACA) as their Technical Adviser and Historian, and he also serves on the AACA Museum’s Board of Directors as the Executive Board Representative for TACA.

Photo of John Tucker JrJohn Tucker Jr. is the grandson of Preston Tucker. John was only three years old when Preston died, but he has made a mission of learning about him through family and extensive research. He is the past President of the Tucker Automobile Club of America (TACA) and current TACA Advisory Council Member.   John offered valuable insight and assistance to the AACA Museum during the planning phases for the Cammack Tucker Gallery.   He is also on the Board of Directors of the Swigart Museum in Huntington, PA, another Pennsylvania Museum that owns multiple Tucker automobiles.

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