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Some people refuse to admit that Hudson built cars after the merger with Nash – they claim instead that it was American Motors building cars with Hudson nameplates. Then again, some people can’t help but love the so-called “Hashes,” and those people are going to get a kick out of this 1957 Hudson Hornet Custom four-door, decked out with just about every contemporary styling trick that American Motors could muster (fins? check. lotsa chrome trim? check. tri-tone paint scheme? check. whitewalls? check). From the seller’s description:
Lovingly restored, rust-free, 61,500 mile two-fussy-owner California car. Ready to enjoy, show, and tour the USA. Located Phoenix, AZ. Multiple local car show winner. Rebuilt AMC 327 V-8, rebuilt Hydra-Matic, Brake system, dual exhaust, New Coker wide whites. High quality paint and new door rubber. Very well done original style interior and headliner. After market air conditioning (partially installed.)
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