Tucker Model Sequencing (in order)

DAVENET

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Lets try a game based on Tucker Someday's question and Princess's toss out of having a quiz on the models w/ pictures.

It isn't a race to get every different one that has been made into the thread (this site has almost all of them already). It is a 'game' to get them all in sequential order with a picture to go with it. Sometimes it could take a day or two to fill in the blanks, but be patient. It will go like this:

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In the "REPLY title" put the model

Model 110:
attach picture (pictures of truly odd/rare units- No need to have 15 pictures of a 442 though)

Tag the number of the next in sequence. In this case following a 110(made up) would be the 220.

220, 221, 222

321, 322, 322 (trick), 323, 342, 343

420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 440, 442, 443 (TUBE frame), 443 (BOX Frame), 462(I think it should be a 562!)

523, 524, 540, 542, 542CF, 543, 544

623, 643

722, 740CF, 742, 743

800 Series

942

And I'm sure I've missed a number or two. :doh::biggrin: But I know a couple of people who can correct that!:whistling:

So lead off example below. Please try to keep in order.
 

DAVENET

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Model 110 (not real)

Tucker single track prototype:



Next up the 220 Kitten

(I have seen this and know it's in a picture in the back of a pickup (DON"T confuse it w/ the 221) in front of a snow bank, but can't for the life of me find it . . .:hammer:)
 

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Pontoon Princess

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mr net.

220...........
 

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DAVENET

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Model 221

Model 221 Kitten- w/roof, no doors:
 

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Pontoon Princess

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Re: model 320

one 320 was built, sold to Gregg in NH, serial number 146018, 6 cylinder chevy, no known photo...
 
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DAVENET

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Judging from the side panels and pontoons there are at least two or three of the 322 sedan produced?? Steel plate tracks w/ rubber blocks in line, one w/ staggered blocks, one w/ snow tracks. Wish I had taken a screen shot of the Tank years ago in it's restored condition.

And the 321. Smack my head. :doh::biggrin:
 

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DAVENET

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323

And, like the 321, the only one of one . . .
Was put to good use by Allen Parsons. (wish he would post some current trips to his mountain top cabin).:biggrin:


Now in very capable hands getting put back to OEM specs and hopefully back to the white stuff soon.
 

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DAVENET

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Before I jump to quicky with the 342, I should wait for the resident Tucker Minion/Curator. Was there a 340 that went out the doors?
 

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Tucker Model 342

Then we shall proceed to the 342; proportionally smaller to the 442:
 

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DAVENET

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Tucker Model 343

Same as 443, just smaller:
 

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Pontoon Princess

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420

1952 tucker sno-cat, model 420

fyi, there is a model 445 built by Tucker Inc, one only
 

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Pontoon Princess

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421

1953 tucker sno-cat, model 421, that is a torpedo with canopy, original owner was Darr's Mountain Shop, Government Camp, Oregon.
 

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