1950 Hudson Commodore Six Sedan.

October 16, 2011

4 comments

4 comments:

tony said...

"It's a project."

Justin said...

Pretty much, yeah. Haha.
Check out that engine block, man.

Dave said...

Hudson innovated the 'unit-body' (unibody)design- you stepped 'into' the car instead of up. The rusty engine block is a V-8. This car (the Commodore '6') ran a 308ci I-6 engine. Hudson only offered V-8's in '56 and '57. Sad to say- those cars were super ugly. This was the brown car in 'Driving Miss Daisy'. This was the the terror of Nascar in the early '50's. Go figure.

clifton.ra said...

"...This was the the terror of Nascar in the early '50's..."

That was the smaller Hornet.
They also had a Commodore 8. It had a straight 8. I-8.