1948 Tucker 48

Surname: Walker Rocket

Class: Sedan

Origin: US USA

Playable vehicle



Contributor: J-2

Contributor: SolanaBogon

Contributor: SolanaBogon


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IT Catan69 photo_librarymode_comment

2015-09-10 20:03
I would not consider unlockable.
It's a mistake, in my opinion, since it would mean considering unlockable also the cars from some levels of Driver 2 or Driver 3. If you adopt the logic "you go further with the game, you DISCOVER new cars", then lot of cars on this website must be considered unlockable, either way, you don't need to do an event for unlock it, or a quest, or a mission. It's in the game, you go on with the game, you find it.

CZ JFK photo_librarymode_comment

2015-09-10 19:35
Is the Tucker "Torpedo" officially Ž48 or '48?
Because there are listed Tuckers under both. If there is a problem with apostrophe in main name, I could change all Tuckers to Ž48.

I hope you found out the difference, one is a true apostrohe and second one is wanna-be-apostrophe, which is used in some launguages (czech or slovak for example) to recognize longer pronunciation, like in english [i:], [a:]. Web is not recognizing them as one thing, so if you try to find all "Torpedos", you will not see full list.

ES J-2 photo_librarymode_comment

2010-08-31 12:11
I didnŽt saw a single one until chapter 12, i think.

Then, i saw them everywhere (but in reduced numbers)

MY subzero photo_librarymode_comment

2010-08-31 05:23
J-2 found this! I have seen a few in 1951.

FR Takumi photo_librarymode_comment

2010-08-30 18:45
Where do you find it subzero ?

ES J-2 photo_librarymode_comment

2010-08-30 17:55
In red and in burgundy, it reminds me of the Tin Goose prototype:

Dark blue:

And light blue:

ES J-2 photo_librarymode_comment

2010-08-30 17:38
Like ths DS, this car have some details missing from the original car, like the 3rd central headlight, the rear suicide doors, the sharpe of the rear grill, the position of the rearlights...but the sharpe of the car is almost the same, and the interior too.

Three on a row!

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2010-08-30 17:40:33

ES J-2 photo_librarymode_comment

2010-08-30 17:33
I did. IŽll post some pics.

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2010-08-30 17:36:02
NL MartinBond photo_librarymode_comment

2010-08-23 12:55
"Walker Rocket"

Anyone found this car in-game yet?

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2010-08-29 13:19:16

US Black Bart photo_librarymode_comment

2009-10-21 01:56
When I said the game goes from 1930 to 1935, I saying the years when you are playing the missions and not counting all the cutscenes. During the cutscenes setting in 1938 (except the beginning), you don't see any cars. It's fine if you don't count the changing cars as unlockable. ;)
US packardcaribien photo_librarymode_comment

2009-10-21 00:04
First, Mafia was from 1930 to 1938. Second, this is from 1945 to 1955 or so. You don't need to learn how to unlock these in Mafia II. Although time change obvouisly brings new cars, I don't think that should be called unlockeable. But, if it is unlockable, every single car should be unlockable...

US Black Bart photo_librarymode_comment

2009-10-20 00:29
The car is maybe unlockable because you might get it when you are playing your way through the game. Like in the first Mafia, it goes from 1930 to 1935. If you played and beat the game, you can see the cars change through the years. So maybe the people who created the first Mafia are going to do some of the things for Mafia II. But who knows, the game is not even out yet.
US packardcaribien photo_librarymode_comment

2009-10-19 23:43
Could this be removed as being unlockalbe? All cars in Mafia II are available from the start.
CA dodge1970 photo_librarymode_comment

2009-07-01 16:40
Mmmmm beauty.

ES J-2 photo_librarymode_comment

2009-07-01 00:22

I was expecting to see it...

FR takumi photo_librarymode_comment

2009-07-01 00:13
very very magnificient car

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