Preston’s dream

The story of Preston Thomas Tucker (1903 – 1956) is rich of passion and enthusiasm: a visionary man who, driven by great determination, created a car capable of immediately making all other four-wheeled vehicles in production at that time obsolescent and who also had the courage to criticize the most important American car manufacturers by … More Preston’s dream

Too far ahead

The innovative glass-fibre reinforced polyester bodywork meant certain decisions aimed at containing costs faded into the background. In the early 1960s, sales of the American marque Studebaker were not going at all well following the 1954 merger with Packard; the fate of the two brands now seemed to be sealed.  Hopes were resting on a … More Too far ahead