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How Hudson Cars Work

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An early success for the Hudson company was the low-priced four-cylinder 1919 Hudson Essex. Read about the cars of Hudson's origin in this article.

1941-1947 Hudson

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The 1941-1947 Hudson models saw the automaker through a challenging era in its history. Learn how Hudson fared before, during, and after World War II.

1954 Hudson Italia

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The 1954 Hudson Italia was impractical, but Hudson built it anyway, in hopes of generating good publicity. Learn more about the 1954 Hudson Italia.

1950 Hudson Commodore

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The 1950 Hudson Commodore set a new standard for postwar luxury automobile design. See pictures and a profile of the 1950 Hudson Commodore.

1954-1955 Hudson Italia

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The 1954-1955 Hudson Italia cashed in on the 1950s craze for sports cars and Italian products. See pictures and a profile of the 1954-1955 Hudson Italia.

1954 Hudson Jet-Liner

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The 1954 Hudson Jet-Liner was the best and last of the Hudson Jets. Get details on this ’54 collectible car designed by Frank Spring.

1952-1954 Hudson Wasp

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The 1952-1954 Hudson Wasp was an easy-to-handle step-down design. Get details on the full line of collectible Hudson Wasps that debuted in 1952.

1953-1954 Hudson Jet

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The awkward styling of the 1953-1954 Hudson Jet kept it from being a success despite excellent performance. Follow this piece of automotive history.

1954 Hudson Hornet Brougham

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The 1954 Hudson Hornet Brougham was Hudson's last hope in the face of poor sales. Learn about this classic 'Step-down' convertible, including photos.

1955-1957 Hudson Hornet

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The 1955-1957 Hudson Hornet design was a result of the American Motors merger. Read why this legendary car is sometimes called the “Hash.”

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