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In a way, Pete and Carol Kortenhorn’s 1929 Hudson roadster is still a “get-away” car. These days, however, instead of being a high-powered escape car for bad guy bank robbers, it’s a stately and sophisticated weekend show piece. More
As its highly anticipated annual Auburn Spring sale draws closer, Auctions America has announced additional car-related attractions for the multi-day event. More
SEMA ACTION NETWORK UPDATE Michigan Introduces Bill to Expand Use of Historic Vehicles Michigan, the birthplace to many of the collector cars we cherish, has introduced legislation (S.B. 1146) that would amend the state’s current law governing historic motor vehicles … More
Karl Laska’s wonderful 1952 Hudson Wasp looks all-factory from the outside, and it even might appear that way when you look under the hood. But Laska has actually turned the Hudson into a combination Wasp/Hornet, thanks to an engine swap. More
The Iola Old Car Show and the Vintage Military Show aren’t the only hip automotive events to hit the greater Iola, Wis., area. The Symco Shakedown rumbles the tiny town of Symco, Wis., with throaty pipes, chirping cheater slicks and … More
Today, Jerry Van Horn’s beautifully restored Hudson bears little resemblance to the weathered hulk he took back from Mother Nature in 1972. More
Whenever Jack Stewart decides to take off for a weekend car show, or a weekday gather of old car nuts — and he does that a lot! — he has a decision to make: take his 1935 Hudson Eight, or hop in his smooth-cruising 1954 Hornet sedan. And as much as he adores his ’35, Steward, a resident of Janesville, Wis., often has a pretty tough time leaving the Hornet at home. For a guy like Stewart who loves Hudsons and is a connoisseur of comfortable, long-distance road trips, it’s hard to beat his big four-door land yacht.
The last of the Step-Down design Hudson Hornets — the 1954 model — upheld the winning record established by the 1951-53 models on the nation’s stock-car ovals, but it eventually lost the bigger battle, which was to remain in production More