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Inspired by yesterday’s Six Degrees of Automotive Separation Challenge, I went looking through the Hemmings.com classifieds to see if we had any Tuckers for sale. We did indeed have a listing for the 48 that RM’s auctioning off in Monterey this weekend, but we also showed a listing for this 1999 Tucker Terra Medicat, the evolution of the Sno-Cat. While I’m not one to get too excited over equipment, a Tucker is kind of like a Unimog in that it transcends pure functionality to attain coolness. From the seller’s description:
1999 Tucker Terra 1600 Medicat Sno-Ambulance. 1999. Hardly used, excellent condition, Allison transmission, air suspension, hydraulic outlets front and rear, air-locking differentials, Cummins BTA diesel, Full Medicat ambulance body easily detaches, < 3500 miles and < 700 hrs. Ideal snow emergency vehicle or convert to flatbed snocat. Emergency lights and sirens, back-up monitor, summer track-covers. Located in Ridgway, CO.
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