1929 Hudson Super Six Sedan Survivor. Finished in mostly original Black and Green paint accented by an original mohair interior. It is powered by 288-cu.in., 92hp, F-head straight-six with its intake valves actuated by pushrods and its exhaust valves riding in the block like a flathead. The shifting is done through a 3 speed manual transmission.
Stylistically, early sedans are largely fungible. It's in their mechanical attributes where they stand apart. Hudson's six-cylinder engine was always a step beyond the industry standard. When first introduced, the "Super Six" was balanced for high-speed running. Later, when the companion Essex brand dropped its F-head four-cylinder for a flathead-six, the Super Six gained an F-head for itself. In 1929, that six was a technological marvel more than equal to anything in its price range.
Even where the old Hudson exhibits wear, the patina arguably contributes to its overall charm. The mechanical clock mounted near the headliner still functions well with the occasional winding. This survivor runs and drives very well and is certain to be the only one around where ever you bring it. With that being said, parts for these old Hudsons are still readily available should anything need to be replaced. Best of all the car recieved 1st place in HPOF (Historical Preservation of Original Features) through the AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America).
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