Herb Thomas’ Fabulous Hudson Hornet, #92.
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LeMay Museum: 1936 Hudson 65 Custom Eight
Came standard with tons of features including a radio with antenna built into the running boards, a cigar lighter, and larger wheel covers.
There’s no corner on this vintage classic that was overlooked. An elegant yet sporty design execution for the time.
Update: Not a Hudson, sorry guys I was writing for the wrong post. Thanks for pointing this out, pipopak!
LeMay Museum: 1939 Packard Super Eight Convertible
LeMay Museum: 1909 Hupmobile and Hudson Model 20 Roadsters
1909 was the first year for both Hupp and Hudson and they both introduced Model 20’s in 1910.
Check out the ‘NON SKID’ tires on the Hudson.
Submitted by Jordan: This my friends, is my very first car. It’s a 1951 Hudson Hornet, I got it for my 16th birthday a year ago and I absolutely love it. I still say its better than my Mercedes. It still sits at home under a cover in Florida where it is personally designated as a car show whore :) I mean this thing has won so much ever since I got it and its just an amazing car. If you’ve got the money, I’d invest in a 51 Hornet :)