The Hudson Motor Car Company was introduced in 1909 and from that moment they were known to have great quality and very sporty, powerful cars. Hudson became known for its powerful six cylinder engines and their "Super Six" models and, later in the company's history, became famous for its "step down" models and the Hornet that dominated NASCAR early on. Hudsons are great cars and were always known to be unique and fast!
Offered here is a fairly uncommon Hudson: a 1942 Hudson Super Six coupe. With the onset of World War II in 1941, the 1942 model year was cut short for all American car manufacturers including Hudson, so today it is difficult to find any 1942 model. This particular car is a very solid example that has a very well executed restoration completed about 15 years ago. The dark maroon color really suits this car well and the cloth interior is done to factory specifications. Mechanically the 212 cubic inch six cylinder flathead engine runs very well and the three speed transmission shifts as it should. The engine makes just over 100 horsepower and that really makes this car move along well. Going down the road it handles incredibly well and the suspension is very tight. Overall this is a very nice car that has been very well maintained and should be welcome to any great American car collection. It is ready for summer driving. Contact us today for more information.