Authentic Tucker memorabilia is very hard to find and goes for high prices, but you can purchase books, mugs, magnets, posters, license plates, caps and much more on the Memorabilia Shoppe site. Or, you can visit the Tucker car guide, listing the cars and what museum they are on display at.
The Henry Ford Museum has a great online exhibit about the Tucker. One interesting portion is a copy of the letter sent by Tucker, An Open Letter to The Automobile Industry In The Interests Of The American Motorist By Preston Tucker President, Tucker Corp.
The automobilia buff will also enjoy The Henry Ford Museum's pictures of the Tucker where you can zoom in on the engine and other portions of the car for a close-up and personal look.
In June, 1997 Mark and Lyn Boone both introduced the Tucker Cookie Jar and hosted the Tucker Automobile Club's annual convention. This was the 50th Anniversary of the car and was held in Ypsilanti, MI, birthplace of Preston Tucker. Talk to Mark for more than two minutes and his enthusiasm for the Tucker Car and Jar is overwhelming! It shines through email, telephone conversations and snail mail. You just can't hold that guy down when he is talking about his hobbies!
There were only 51 Tucker Automobiles produced, but 251 Tucker cookie jars were made. Tucker owners have bought them (often custom painted) to match their own jar, they are also displayed in car museums and homes of both Tucker and cookie jar enthusiasts worldwide.
Keep an eye out online, you may not be able to afford the real Tucker Automobile, but a Tucker Car Jar might be the ticket!