The 1948 tucker was a truly unique automobile. The first car to feature seatbelts, it had the distinction of featuring a third headlight that turned with the steering wheel. It had a limited production run of only 51 vehicles and was killed before its time.
There it's a great deal of misinformation about the car online. My brother Mike has been compiling a list of accurate data and photographs as a hobby for years. It is his goal in the near future to provide that data to the public on his website, tuckersource.com
I have been assisting him with the creation of the site's database along with a photorealistic 3-D model of the Tucker (based on measurements and photographs taken my Mike). This model will be used to display the many variations among the cars, as well as for graphics and promos of the site.
Because I have impeccable taste, the original Ghostbusters happens to be my favorite movie. When I was 6, I knew I wanted to be a Ghostbuster. I'm a grown man now, a functioning member of society. Although I no longer believe in ghosts, I do still believe I want to be a Ghostbuster.
A few halloweens back, my friend Chris and I worked together to make some costumes and wear them to work. Chris was a little iffy on dressing up, but we both wanted to solder things. Together, we figured out how to build the interactive lights and sounds using an Arduino and a breadboard. It took a lot of research, but our efforts paid off.