A Picture Review of the Hudson



 

 
 

 

This page was last updated on Nov 9, 2013


A number of years ago I saw a one page calendar that showed all the Ford 
pickup trucks from the first one to the present day. I thought , what a nice idea.
I thought that I might try something similar with some 
of the car pictures I have collected.
I have been collecting pictures of Studebakers, Packards Nash, Hudson
and Jeeps for some time now and I first wrote a web page on the Studebaker.
Then one on Jeeps  and Packard followed.
Now I thought I would try a web page on the Nash and Hudson.
I have since added a page on old Pickup Trucks , Hudson. Essex and Terrplanes 
of Australia , Volkswagen, Kaiser and Henry J and now I with the help of one of
my visitors have written on on the Crosley
These pictures came for a number of sources including 
web pages of the manufacture, news groups and my own.
Since most of these pictures came from news groups there may 
be a chance that your car is shown here.

I would like to invite any one that has a favorite 
Nash or Hudson picture or a Web Page
that they would like added to this page to E mail me a copy.

John MacDonald 

I want to give a special to Magister Max who has posted many of these pictures
to alt.binaries.pictures.autos

A Brief History of American Motors


American Motors was in the beginning stages back in 1878 when Thomas B. Jeffrey built and sold Rambler bicycles in Chicago. He was the first of the three key players of the companies that created American Motors in 1954.
The other two were Charles Nash and Joseph L. Hudson.

Charles Nash started Nash Motors in 1916 
He along with David Buick started building automobiles in 1903.
In 1912 he became president of General Motors. In 1916 he purchased Thomas B Jeffrey's company, in Kenosha and changed the name to the Nash Motors.The next year the first Nash was built.
During the First World War he became the largest producer of trucks in the USA. In 1919 the company bought half interest in the Seaman Body Corp. During the 1920's he continued to expand, buying LaFayett Motor Corp. and the Mitchell Motor car Company. By 1928 Nash Motors production exceeded 138,000 cars.
The years 1935 and 1936 brought new spirit to the automotive industry. Nash offered its "sealed-in" engine in 1935, an arrangement that had the intake manifold case into the block. In 1936 Nash acquired full ownership of the Seaman Body Corp.
In 1938, Nash introduced the first "conditioned air" heating and ventilating system.
In 1940, Nash again scooped its competitors with the "600" series, unit-bodied car which pioneered mass-produced unit construction. At the age of 72 he directed the merger of Nash and Kelvinator who's president George W Mason became president of the new company, Nash-Kelvinator and Nash became chairman of the board.
He served in this position until his death in 1948

Thomas B. Jeffrey built and sold Rambler bicycles in Chicago from 1878 to 1900. He was one of America's first men interested in automobiles in the late 19th century, and in 1897, he built himself a motorcar. In 1900 Jeffrey bought a plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he planned to manufacture automobiles on a large scale. This plant is where the Rambler started its live. Jeffrey died in 1910, and his son Charles took over. Jeffrey had brought out a four-wheel-drive "Quad" truck in 1911, and this proved very popular with foreign governments for military use During World War I.

The Hudson Motor Car Company, founded in 1909 and building its first cars in 1910, when Joseph L. Hudson and seven business associates began producing a motorcar called the Hudson. J.L. Hudson died in 1912 and Roy D. Chapin headed the firm. He stayed with Hudson until his death in 1936.
During the First World War, Hudson became the world's largest manufacturer of six-cylinder cars. Jeffrey (soon to be Nash), became the world's largest producer of trucks.
In 1917 Hudson organized the Essex Motor Car Company, which from 1919 until 1932 built light, spirited models.
In the early years of the depression Hudson developed the long-lived Hudson Super Six and straight-eight engines.

During the Second World War both Nash and Hudson were busy in the nation's defense effort. It wasn't until 1948 and 1949 that Hudson and Nash brought out new designs. Hudson's famous "step-down" unibody and big-bore Six made their appearance in 1948. Nash brought out its "Airflyte" models the next year.
By 1950 the name Rambler meant a new small car in 1950. It marked the dawn of our present compact era.
The Nash-Healey, a forerunner of today's sports models, was brought out in 1951.
In the same year Hudson brought out the thrifty Pacemaker and peppy Hornet.
In 1952 the Hudson Jet made its appearance. The merger of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson 
Motorcar Company created American Motors in 1954. 
One of AMC's first projects was the Nash Metropolitan the Austin-engined, British-built cars sold over 90,000
until 1962 with over 90,000 being sold.

The names Hudson and Nash finally disappeared in 1957. 
All models from that point on called Rambler.
The popular Rambler American, was introduced in 1958.

In the very early sixties, AMC started having its cars assembled in foreign plants - New Zealand and Australia, the Middle East, 
South America, Mexico, South Africa and Belgium all had AMC-assembling plants, and the Taiwanese Police were even outfitted with Ramblers.
American Motors lasted thirty years. Then, poor product planning such as the seven-year lack of a four-cylinder engine for the Gremlin and millions of dollars on development money wasted on poorly conceived models lineup ruined the future for AMC.  They never recovered. By 1987 a trail of red ink followed behind a stumbling and eviscerated company, and Chrysler Motors purchased it for a fire-sale price. 

I want to give a special thanks to Lewis Mendenhall, Webmaster of the
Hudson-Essex-Terraplane Historic Club
for helping me with some of the models and years of these cars
 
 

And to make this site more interesting
we have now included many old cars and trucks
including The Hudson's that are being offered for sale

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A Very Special Hudson Hornet


This 1954 Hudson Jet Convertible has a very interesting history. These pictures were submitted by Kent Marshall, Mount Clemens, MI
He had the following to say about this car.
"My father was a mechanic who loved to work on Hudson's.  He worked at the dealership across the street from the factory.  He often came up with suitable repairs for problems and they would incorporate these modifications into the assembly line.
 As such, my father knew many of the corporate big-wigs at Hudson. When the president of Hudson had this Jetliner convertible made for his wife, she drove it a bit and decided she didn't want it.  My father offered to buy the Jetliner, and eventually gave it to my mother. 
She drove it until it just wasn't safe to drive any longer ( we kept losing gallons of milk through the floor! ).  The car was parked.
 A man came along and offered to restore the car, placing it in a museum upon completion of the restoration.  My father told him that he would also have to take all of the spare Hudson parts that he had. The man came back twice to retrieve parts.
 A picture surfaced on the internet a few years ago and my youngest brother saw it.  He sent me to the web page and the author wanted to know if anyone knew about a Jetliner convertible they had found abandoned in a field somewhere.  It was pretty obvious that the frame was compromised and it was in a sad state of repair.  They had taken a picture of a regular Jet and modified it to what they thought the car must have looked like when new.
 I contacted him through email and told him that was the car I had ridden to church in for many years, and that it was the only one ever built.
 Through correspondence, he was able to retrieve my mother's phone number and she was thrilled to provide the history of the vehicle.  She was invited to a Hudson Essex Terraplane (HET) meeting in Metro Detroit and told her story.  They treated her like a celebrity.
 The picture I sent was taken with me as a passenger last summer in Auburn Hills, MI during the HET 100 years celebration of the car company.  There were probably 250 or more Hudson's, Essex and Terraplanes on display from all over North America.
 The current owner of the car resides in Indiana and with his brothers, I believe they own in the neighborhood of 17 or 18 Hudson's." 

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1954 Hudson Jet Convertible
1954 Hudson Jet Convertible
1954 Hudson Jet Convertible
1954 Hudson Jet Convertible
1954 Hudson Jet Convertible
1954 Hudson Jet Convertible
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1949 Hudson Commodore 6 Convertible (Before)
1949 Hudson Commodore 6 Convertible (Before)
This car is owned by Bob Bitgood of the Western New York region.
This car is going to be to put through a Concours level restoration starting this Fall. It was originally restored in 1961 and really deserves to have everything done again to the very highest level.YThe car is shown in its' 1961 solid Black livery.
The NEW color scheme will be an exterior base color of Light Cashmere with contrasting side panels of Designer Cream with Cream wheels.The interior will have Vanilla Leather seat backs and cushions, Kitt Beige door and rear quarter panels and Almond carpeting including the trunk and spare tire cover.
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1949 Hudson Commodore 6 Convertible (After)
1949 Hudson Commodore 6 Convertible (After)
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This car is owned by Bob Bitgood from Western New York region
This car has recentley been restored to Concours levels.
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1949 Hudson Commodore 6 Convertible (After)
 
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1949 Hudson Commodore 6, 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 6, 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Bob Bitgood of the
Western New York region
 
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1949 Hudson Commodore 6, 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 6, 4 Door Sedan
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1949 Hudson Commodore 6, 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 6, 4 Door Sedan
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All of the exterior die cast trim parts were replated by Charger Metal Finishing in Philadelphia including the Hubcaps. The center medallion Blue, Gold and Red paint scheme was faithfully reproduced by a retired commercal artist on Long Island. All exterior stainless steel trim was painstakingly buffed out to a like new appearance. We even replated the exterior radio antenna unit.

The entire fabric interior was replaced. The four fabric colors were chosen to harmonize with the exterior color scheme. The carpeting was extended into the trunk including the floor, three walls and we even made a cloak for the spare tire. The interior wood grain side trim panels were restored and clear coated with epoxy. All side glass was replaced including channels and sweeps. The Ivory/Bone Steering wheel was expertly recast by JB Donaldson in Phoenix. The door well Step Plates were replaced with new reproductions supplied by Ron Hudson in FL.
All weatherstripping, rubber mounts and seals, splash guards and exterior rubber trim mounting pads were replaced with new reproduction parts from K-Gap in CA.

1949 Hudson Commodore 6, 4 Door Sedan
 
Here is a run down on the various phases of the project started in early February.
The car doors, hood, trunk deck and rocker panels were removed along with all chrome and stainless trim and the entire front end assembly. The old finish was mechanically removed to the bare metal including door pillars. The body was corrosion free but . . . there was some minor sheet metal repair that needed to be done. 

Three coats of primer were applied including an acid primer base coat.  We chose Dark Walnut Metallic as the primary body color with Deep Golden Bronze Metallic for the contrasting side panels. I call the combination Coffee/Toffee. It reminds me of a Milky Way candy bar with a big bite taken out of it exposing the layers of milk choclate, soft nougat and creamy caramel inside. The wheels were sandblasted, primed and painted a cream color.

New stainless Trim Rings and General Dual 90 Wide Whitwall tires completed the wheel treatment. With just a narrow band of cream wheel edge setting off the bright metal wheel trim parts creates the ultimate compliment to the cars exterior appearance.

We rebuilt the entire fuel system including restoring the tank, overhauling the carburetor, replacing the steel gas line and adding an in-line fuel filter. We also installed a rebuilt generator and all new ignition parts. The brakes were  overhauled as well. 
          Bob Bitgood 

1949 Hudson 2 Door Brougham
1949 Hudson Commodore
1949 Hudson Commodore 6 4Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore Convertible
1949 Hudson Commodore Convertible
1949 Hudson Commodore Convertible Brougham
1949 Hudson Commodore Eight Custom Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore Eight Custom Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 6 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 6 Convertible
1949 Hudson Commodore 6 4 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Commodore 6 Convertible
1949 Hudson Super 6 Brougham 2 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Super 6 Brougham 2 Door Sedan
1949 Hudson Super 6 Convertible
1949 Hudson Super 6 Convertible
1949 Hudson Super 6 Sedan
1949 Hudson Super 8 Convertible
1949 Hudson Super Six Club 2Door Sedan
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1950 Hudson Pacemaker 2 Door Sedan
1950 Hudson Pacemaker 2 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Lynn and Sandi Murri St.George Ut  
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1950 Hudson Coupe
1950 Hudson Coupe
These pictures were submitted by T. Adams, Oak Park, IL
He took the pictures in downtown San Clemente, CA
while on vacation
 
1950 Hudson Commodore Coupe
1950 Hudson Commodore Convertible Brougham
1950 Hudson Pacemaker Sales Cover
1950 Hudson Super 6 Convertible
1950 Hudson Pacemaker 4 Door Sedan
1950 Hudson Pacemaker 4 Door Sedan
   
1950 Hudson Chassis Cutaway
1950 Hudson Commodore Six  4 Door Sedan
 
1950 Hudson Commadore Convertible
Pacemaker Straight Six Engine
1950 Hudson Commodore Six  4 Door Sedan
1950 Hudson Commodore Six  4 Door Sedan
1950 Hudson Pacemaker 4 Door Sedan
   
1950 Hudson Commodore 4 Door Sedan
1950 Hudson 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1950 Hudson Commodore 8 Convertible
1950 Hudson Pacemaker 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1950 Hudson Commodore Six Club Coupe
1950 Hudson Commodore Six Club Coupe
1951 Hudson Hornet 2 Door Hardtop
1951 Hudson Hornet 2 Door Hardtop
 
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1951 Hudson Hornet Convertible
1951 Hudson Hornet
This car is owned by Park Waldrop who is a past National VP
with the Hudson Essex Terraplane Club, he currently resides Rock Hill, SC
 1951 Hudson Hornet
1951 Hudson Hornet Hollywood
 
 1951 Hudson Commodore 8 Convertible Brougham
1951 Hudson Hornet 2 Door Convertible
 
1951 Hudson Hornet Hollywood Hardtop
1951 Hudson Pacemaker Convertible
 
 
1951 Hudson Hornet Road Racer
1951 Hudson Super 6 Convertible
 
 
1951 Hudson Hornet Convertible
1951 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
   
1951 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1951 Hudson Club Coupe
 
1951 Hudson Hornet Convertible
1952 Hudson Hornet Sedan Ad
1952 Hudson Hornet Sedan Ad
 
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1952 Hudson Hornet Sedan Ad
1952 Hudson Super Wasp Spec Sheet
Pictures and Spec sheet thanks to ThomasS
alt.binaries.pictures.autos
   
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 1952 Hudson Hornet Convertible
 1952 Hudson Hornet Convertible
These pictures were submitted by Cheryl Smith and Lee Perry, Vienna, VA
Driving Aids Development Corporation (DADC) is pleased to introduce the Hudson Restoration Project. We are restoring this 1952 Hudson Hornet Convertible in honor of Gene Smith, the father of our Marketing Director, Cheryl Smith. Ten years ago, Gene began the restoration, but following a stroke, he was left paralyzed.
This car is a member of the family; Gene courted his wife in this car and brought Cheryl home from the hospital when she was born. Now DADC is taking on the project, and when complete, 
we will outfit it with a DADC hand control and share with the disabled community and car buffs through arrive and drive events. 
For more information on this please go to their facebook page at:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Driving-Aids
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 1952 Hudson Hornet Convertible
 1952 Hudson Hornet Convertible

1952 Hudson Hollywood 2 Door Hard Top
1952 Hudson Commodore 4 Door Sedan
 
 
 1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1952 Hudson Hornet NASCAR
 
 
1952 Hudson Pacemaker 4 Door Sedan
1952 Hudson Coupe
 
 
1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1952 Hudson Coupe
 
 
 1952 Hudson Wasp
1952 Hudson Wasp
 
 
 1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1952 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hard Top
 
 
1952 Hudson Commodore 8 Sedan
1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1952 Hudson Pacemaker 4 Door Sedan
1952 Hudson Wasp Convertible
 
1952 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1953 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe
 
1953 Hudson Hornet 2 Door Hardtop
1953 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1953 Hudson Super Jet 4 Door Sedan
1953 Hudson Super Wasp 2 Door Sedan
 
 
1953 Hudson Hornet Convertible
1953 Hudson  Super Wasp Sedan
 
 This car was owned by Wayne Graefen of Kerrville, TX 
and was sold and then written off in an accident.
1953 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe
1953 Hudson Coupe
 
 
1953 Hudson Hornet Brougham Convertible
1953 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe
   
1953 Hudson Hornet Convertible
 1953 Hudson Jet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1953 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 1953 Hudson Jet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1953 Hudson Super Jet Sedan
 1953 Hudson Jet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
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1953 Hudson Jet Sedan
1953 Hudson Jet Sedan
This car is owned by Barry Smedley  from Borden, IN. USA
 1953 Hudson 4 Door Sedan Sedan
 1953 Hudson Jet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
 1953 Hudson 4 Door Sedan Sedan
 1953 Hudson Super Jet Deluxe
 
 
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 1953 Hudson 2 Door 
 1954 Hudson Super Jet
 
 This picture was submitted by Fanus Strydom,
Vanderbijlpark, South Africa.
1954 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door hardtop
1954 Hudson Hornet Convertible Brougham
 
 
1954 Hudson Hornet HollyWood 2 Door Hardtop
1954 Hudson Hornet Special 4 Door Sedan
 
 
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1954 Hudson Jetliner 4 Door Sedan
1954 Hudson Jetliner 4 Door Sedan
 
1954 Hudson Jet
1954 Hudson Hornet Broughan Convertible
 
 
 1954 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe 
1954 Hudson Super Wasp Club Coupe
 
 
 1954 Hudson Coupe
1954 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1954 Hudson Hornet Special Coupe
1954 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan 
 
 
1954 Hudson Hornet Convertible
1954 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan 
 
 
1954 Hudson Hornet Convertible Brougham
1954 Hudson Hornet Special 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1954 Hudson Hornet Coupe 
1954 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door HardTop
 
 
1954 Hudson Hornet Convertible Brougham
1954 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door HardTop
 
 
1954 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hard Top
1954 Hudson Super Wasp Convertible Brougham
 
 This car is owned by  Clarke Steele, Montgomery, AL.
1954 Hudson Jet Liner 4 Door Sedan 
1954 Hudson Super Wasp Convertible Brougham
 
  This car is owned by  Clarke Steele, Montgomery, AL.
1954 Hudson Jet Liner 4 Door Sedan 
1954 Hudson Super Jet 2 Door Sedan
 
 
 1954 Hudson Jet Liner 2 Door Sedan 
1954 Hudson Super Jet 4 Door Sedan
   
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This car is owned by Bill Helliwell of
 Cheticamp, Nova Scotia, Canada
This is a photo of my 1954 Hudson Super Jet.  I bought it
about 7 years ago from a man in Victoria B.C. whose father
had bought it new in Saskatchewan and had retired to B.C.
shortly after his retirement. 
I have a Jack-of-all-trades cousin living north of Nanaimo
who was temporarily out of work and I asked him to take a
look at it.  He figured it could be easily restored (easily
does not always equate to reasonably!), so I bought it and 
had him take a go at it. The engine was seized up and had to
be rebuilt, new pistons, bored out, etc., and after a year
it wasn't finished so I flew out and helped put it all back
together, he painted it, I got some B.C. plates and drove
it to Ontario in 2000.  The following year we moved to Cape
Breton and I drove it down here, so I've driven it from
Vancouver Island to Cape Breton Island.  I'd like to get
to P.E.I. and Nfld. so that I can say I've driven it in
every province.
1954 Hudson Super Jet
 
1954 Hudson Super Jet Club 2 Door Sedan
1954 Hudson Hornet Special Coupe
1954 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
   
 1954 Hudson Wasp Custom 4 Door Sedan 
1954 Hudson Hornet Convertible
1954 Hudson Super Wasp Convertible
1954 Hudson Hornet
 
 
 1954 Hudson 2 Door Hardtop
1954 Hudson Convertible
 
 
 1954 Hudson Convertible
 1954 Hudson Jet Liner 4 Door Sedan 
 
 
1954 Hudson Itali
1954 Hudson Itali
 
 
1954 Hudson Itali
1954 Hudson Itali
 
 
1954 Hudson Itali
1954 Hudson Itali
 
 
1955 Hudson Super Wasp Sedan
1955 Hudson Super Wasp Sedan
 
 
1955 Hudson Rambler Custom Station Wagon
1955 Hudson Hornet Custom Sedan 
 
 
1955 Hudson  Hornet Custom Hollywood Hardtop
1955 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hard Top
 
 
1955 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1955 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1955 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
1955 Hudson Hornet Hollywood Hard Top
 
 
 1955 Hudson Hornet Hollywood Hard Top
1955 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1955 Hudson Rambler 4 Door Sedan
1955 Hudson Hornet Custom
This car is owned by Bill Brown of Henderson NV USA
 1955 Hudson Rambler Custom Sedan
1955 Hudson Wasp
   
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 1955 Hudson Hornet
 1955 Hudson Hornet
 This car is owned by Tom Pinion in Norfolk Va.  
   
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1955 Hudson Super Wasp
1955 Hudson Super Wasp
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 1955 Hudson Wasp
1955 Hudson Rambler Country Club Hardtop Coupe
 
 
 1955 Hudson Wasp
1955 Hudson Rambler Country Club Hardtop Coupe
 
 
 1955 Hudson Rambler 
1955 Hudson Metropolitan Convertible
 
 
 1955 Hudson Italia
1955 Hudson Italia
 
 
1955 Hudson Rambler Custom Cross Country
1955 Hudson Rambler Custom Cross Country
 This car is owned by Kathy Jurchen  This car is owned by Kathy Jurchen
1955 Hudson Rambler Custom Cross Country
 
This car is owned by Kathy Jurchen  
1956 Hudson Rambler Custom
1956 Hudson Rambler Custom
   
1956 Hudson Rambler Custom
1956 Hudson Rambler Custom
1956 Hudson
1956 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
1956 Hudson Hornet Hollywood
1956 Hudson
 
 
1956 Hudson
1956 Hudson Hornet
 
 
1956 Hudson  Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
 
   
 1956 Hudson Hornet Custom Sedan
1956 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
 
 
 1956 Hudson Hornet Hollywood Hardtop Coupe
 1956 Hudson Hornet Sedan
 
 
 1956 Hudson Hornet Hollywood Hardtop Coupe
1956 Hudson Hornet Sedan
 
 
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 1956 Hudson Hornet Custom Four Door Sedan
This car is owned by Philippe Trottier, Montreal, Quebec
1956 Hudson Hornet Custom Four Door Sedan
This car is owned by Philippe Trottier, Montreal, Quebec
 
 
 1956 Hudson Hornet Special Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
1956 Hudson Hornet Special Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
 
 
 1956 Hudson Super Wasp 4 Door Sedan
1956 Hudson Super Wasp 4 Door Sedan
 
 

From this point on American Motors was born
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1957 Hudson Hornet Custom Hollywood Hard Top 
1957 AMC Rambler Rebel
   
1957 Hudson Hornet Custom 4 Door Sedan
1957 AMC Rambler Rebel
   
1957 Hudson Hornet Custom 4 Door Sedan
1957 Nash Rambler Palm Beach
   
1957 Hudson Hornet Custom 4 Door Sedan
1957 Nash Ambassador Country Club Hardtop Coupe
   
1957 Hudson Hornet HollyWood 2 Door Hardtop
1957 Nash Rambler Custom Cross Country Station Wagon
   
1957 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 1957 AMC Metropolitan
  This car is owned by Dale Carrington
Puyallup, Washington
1957 Hudson Hornet Custom Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
 1957 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
   
1957 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
 1957 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
   
1957 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
 1957 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2 Door Hardtop
   
1957 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 1957 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan
   
1957 Hudson Hornet 4 Door Sedan 
 


 

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He has used the plans provided on my web page and is building a Covered Bridge for his Live Steam train.
Tour the 64 remaining Covered Bridges of New Brunswick
The Covered Bridges that once
dotted Nova Scotia.
If any one is interested in Microsoft's Flight Simulator I have written some scenery files for Summerville. Maitland, Windsor and Hantsport.
Summerville now has an Airport
E Mail

 


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