Stunning all original unrestored survivor. This top of the line Hudson has been own by two families since new--the first for 71 years and the second for 23 years. This car sports the the original maroon body paint with black fenders. Highly optioned with premium upgrades including: - Brass longhorn-style bumpers front and back - Bosch Motor Car Radio installed inside--perhaps one of the oldest original radios installed in an automobile! For 1927, the Hudson Super Six received a complete redesign including a new F-head engine, 18-inch wood spoke wheels (rather than 21 inches) and four-wheel brakes. The car was lower and generally more stylish, and power increased from 76 to 92 hp (57 to 69 kW). The lower-cost Model R sat on a 118+1⁄2 in (3,010 mm) wheelbase, while that of the Model S is 127+3⁄8 in (3,240 mm). Two standard bodies were available, a two-door Coach and a four-door Sedan. The Model O was also available with five different Custom bodystyles, made by Biddle and Smart of Massachusetts. The engine was updated in July 1927, with a new manifold and a different head design, including the relocation of the spark plugs and intake valves. Hudson chose not to increase the claimed power, but many consider the stated output to be very conservative
1927 Hudson Super Six Brougham--SOLD (Florida) - $0
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