The 1955-1957 Hudson Hornet design was a result of the American Motors merger. Now built as a reskinned Nash, these cars were produced on the Kenosha Wisconsin assembly lines. Read why this legendary car is sometimes called the ''Hash''.
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In the 1950s, Americans were more prosperous than they had ever been. So were America's automakers. In a burst of mid-century enthusiasm, they fielded a fleet of glitzy flagship models for 1953. Buick reached high with the 1953-1954 Buick Skylark.
Preston Tucker's plan for a wholly new car was too ambitious to succeed. The 1948 Tucker Torpedo was remarkably innovative, but only 50 cars were ever produced. Learn about the brief heyday of the Tucker Torpedo.