Hudson Hood Ornaments

1931 HudsonThe Hudson Motor Car Company was founded in 1909 by Joseph L. Hudson and seven business associates . The new company's first motorcar - called a 'Hudson' - was delivered in 1910. By the end of World War one Hudson was the world's largest manufacturer of six-cylinder cars. In 1954 Hudson merged with the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation to create American Motors.

1956 HudsonHudson Motors was responsible for introducing many fine models over the years. Some of the more notable were the - Essex, Dover, Terraplane, Super Six, Commodore, Traveler, Pacemaker, Hornet, Wasp, Jetliner, and Itali. Hood ornaments were a design staple on Hudson cars right up until their demise.

48 1948 Hudson Commodore Hood Ornament
48 1948 Hudson Commodore Hood Ornament
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