An Illustrated History
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|Format: ||Paperback, 128 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 October 2010|
The Hudson Motorcar Company rose above the fray to establish itself as one of America s greatest automobile companies. Its legendary Super Six was one of the most coveted autos of its era. It was an important defense supplier during World War II. Then came its radical Step-Down models. Company engineers also developed the powerful and highly-refined Twin-H Power engine, and from 1951-1954 Hudson automobiles completely dominated NASCAR. Hudson is remembered as one of the truly great classics of America s automotive heritage."
About the Author
Patrick R. Foster is a well-known and respected automotive writer and historian. Foster is an authority on AMC and its various sub-brands and has written a number of books on that automaker, as well as many others, including Jeep and Studebaker. His most recent books for Motorbooks are Jeep: A History of America's Greatest Vehicle and American Motors Corporation: The Rise and Fall of America's Last Independent Automaker.
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