Part of the Crevier Collection. Starting out as a 1911 Hudson Torpedo, the Hudson was a reliable vehicle in the midwest. As WW1 approached the government confiscated all available steel for the war effort, including private vehicles. The story is told that they would spare your vehicle if it was a truck used for work. This Hudson had a truck bed added to it and narrowly escaped confiscation. Once the war ended the bed was removed and the Hudson remained on the road in roadster form. It would go on to change ownership a few times over the years until it made its way out west. it has participated in many shows and concours including the Disney Land Parade. It remains road ready to this day and sees regular use. It is extremely rare and believed to be just 1 of 3 known. Please contact us for additional details.