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  • Neat Hudson 'Parade Car' F/S

    Saw this and thought it looked pretty neat...
    (At least it shows Stude's aren't the only ones that get their lids sliced off[:0]...)
    Jeff[8D]

    http://racejunk.com/cgi-bin/classifi...tem=1222870462

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    1949 Hudson Parade Car
    Asking Price: $25,000.00
    Quantity: 1
    Time Started: Thu Jul 03, 09:14 AM
    Time left: 71 Days 0 Hrs
    Ends: Wed Oct 01, 09:14 AM
    Sellers Location: Colonial Beach, VA 22443
    Contact Phone#: 8042149063
    Payment Options: Money Order
    Shipping Terms: Buyer Pays
    Description

    Late model GM Goodwrench Hydraulic Roller Engine.

    Tuned Port Injection, controlled by Electromotive TEC II.

    700R4 Transmission.

    Painless Wiring Harness.

    12 Volt system w/new alternator, serpentine belt.

    Powder Coated Dayton Wire Rims, w/beauty rings and one of custom Center Caps!

    New Paint w/ clear coat.

    No Rust Ever in vehicle!!

    1,000 man hours in restoration
    All New; wheel bearings, brake lines, hoses and belt, u-joints, brake shoes, master cylinder, power brake booster, wheel cylinders, shocks, exhaust, fuel cell (in trunk), Autometer Phantom gauges, gangster wide white walls, AM/FM CD player and speakers.

    Late model GM Goodwrench Hydraulic Roller Engine.
    Tuned Port Injection, controlled by Electromotive TEC II.

    700R4 Transmission.

    Painless Wiring Harness.

    12 Volt system w/new alternator, serpentine belt.

    Powder Coated Dayton Wire Rims, w/beauty rings and one of custom Center Caps!

    New Paint w/ clear coat.

    No Rust Ever in vehicle!!

    1,000 man hours in restoration
    All New; wheel bearings, brake lines, hoses and belt, u-joints, brake shoes, master cylinder, power brake booster, wheel cylinders, shocks, exhaust, fuel cell (in trunk), Autometer Phantom gauges, gangster wide white walls, AM/FM CD player and speakers.


  • #2
    It's a beautiful car. Too bad it doesn't have Hudson running gear.
    Rog

    '59 Lark VI Regal Hardtop
    '59 Lark VI Regal Hardtop
    Smithtown,NY
    Recording Secretary, Long Island Studebaker Club

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    • #3
      That one actually looks quite a bit better than a "real" Hudson convertible of that vintage. I was looking at one last year and I was struck at how "cobbled" it looked-like they just took a sedan and whacked away to make something they could call a convertible.


      Steve Hudson
      The Dalles, Oregon
      1949 "GMOBaker" 1-T Dually (workhorse)
      1953 Commander Convertible (show & go)
      1953 Champion Starliner (custom/rod project)
      1954 Champion Coupe (daily driver)
      1960 Hawk (future project?)

      Steve Hudson
      The Dalles, Oregon
      1949 \"GMOBaker\" 1-T Dually (workhorse)
      1953 Commander Convertible (show & go)
      1953 "Studacudallac" (project)

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      • #4
        The Hudson convertible of that era does seem rather like an after thought. The way the body extends above the windshield looks like somebody forgot to cut that part off when they took the steel top off to make the convert. Still, I'd love to have one, especially a Twin-H version.

        Joe Roberts
        '61 R1 Champ
        '65 Cruiser
        Editor of "The Down Easterner"
        Eastern North Carolina Chapter
        Joe Roberts
        '61 R1 Champ
        '65 Cruiser
        Eastern North Carolina Chapter

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