Rob Ida Concepts

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Rob Ida Concepts is a division of Ida Automotive, established by Bobby Ida in 1959. Rob Ida, the owner of Rob Ida Concepts is a national award winning custom car designer.

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Ida Automotive logo.

In 2001, the Idas were awarded their first Patent by the US Patent office for his unique design of building a vehicle. This brought the redo design of the 1948 Tucker sedan that was built in his grandfather's honor.

The Ida family heritage of Tucker involvement reaches back to 1946, when Preston Tucker revealed his new ideas.

In 1947, Joe Ida and his brothers Frank and Dominic opened a Tucker dealership in Yonkers, N.Y. but were closed after Preston Tuckers' legal issues shut the company down after producing only 51 cars.

In 2006, the Idas debuted their Lower 48, a twin turbo hand made Tucker sedan. This vehicle was awarded a Design Excellence award at the SEMA show in Las Vegas.

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Rob Ida Concepts Tucker.


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