By Admin 4:18 AM September 24, 2014 No comments
1950 Hudson Super Six Run & DriveHere's American antique performance car produced by Hudson, it's a Super Six built in 1950 comes in 4-door sedan had 121-hp, 262-cid flathead six-cylinder engine. The Super Six had aerodynamic design prepared to speed, also make it look different from most everything else on the road. The unibody made the Super Six lighter and stiffer than more conventional designs, and also reduced weight, all of which meant the cars were actually quite capable.
By Admin 11:35 AM September 3, 2014 No comments
1948 Hudson Commodore Six Convertible BroughamHere's we found super rare antique car produced by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, United States. It's the third generation of Hudson Commodore only 49 produced in 2-door convertible body style built in 1948 and this one of them.
Detail about this Hudson
It is the first year this "step-down" design came out. This 1948 Hudson Commodore Six Convertible Brougham is almost 70 years old and is in great condition. According to Hagerty there were only 49 Commodore Six Convertibles produced this year. And I verified This with a phone call to their office. I was told their information is checked a million and 1 times before they post anything online. This is a original running/driving/registered vehicle. The engine was just overhauled, it has less than 100 miles on it, and is the original straight six. It has a three speed manual transmission. Leather, power windows and power top.
Interested please visit link below
By Admin 6:16 AM May 23, 2014 No comments
1949 Hudson Commodore BroughamHere's we found American classic sport 2 door sedan in excellent condition 1 owner from new, has only 43K original miles. It's a really cool Brougham ready for new owner.
Interested about this Brougham, please visit link below
By Admin 1:16 AM March 23, 2014 No comments
1955 Hudson Hornet V8 Ready for RestorationHere we bring to you the vintage American muscle car, his the king of NASCAR in 50's. This first for second generation of Hudson Hornet and became a product of the newly formed American Motors Corporation (AMC). Following the 1954 merger of the Hudson Motor Car Company and Nash-Kelvinator.
Hudson was the first automobile manufacturer to get involved in stock car racing. The Hornet "dominated stock car racing in the early-1950s, when stock car racers actually raced stock cars."
Detail about the Hornet as the pictures
This car has all of its original paint. It was put in a barn many years ago, which partially fell away from the car, so it is a bit weathered on the front. It is a sharp car, with the two tone paint and rear continental spare tire cover. All of the chrome is in very nice condition. The body is good, except the rocker panels have typical rust for an AMC vehicle. The door latches do not hold the doors shut. The hood has been packed full of sticks by its last residents, woodland critters.
Interested about this Hornet, please visit link below