Most of us have a soft spot for the underdog, the small business trying to take on the corporate giants, and in the history of the American automobile they don't come much runtier than Hudson. It made some fine cars, which were notable for their quality and durability; it just didn't capture the public imagination enough to survive when times were hard. Even the name, Hudson, sounds stolid and dull
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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