|1950 Hudson Hornet Convertible #(50A)62036|
|This vehicle rolled off the production line in April 1950. Purchased by Leo Hebert in 1950 at Vic Hebert Hudson in Denver, CO. Leo was the Service & Parts Manger of the dealership. The car was garaged daily from 1950 till 1960. In 1960 the car was put in long term storage except for occasional use. This car saw very little weather because Leo could drive any car home from the dealership lot. Leo sold it to his son, Jim, in 1992 after Leo was diagnosed with cancer. The car has been in storage since except for being driven once or twice a year. However, there's minor wind damage to possible original top.|
|Car has no rust. Painted once when the chrome molding was added and paint is still in good condition. Lacquer paint?|
|Manual Transmission and 6 cyl engine: When the 1st 7x motors became available to dealer race teams in 1952, Leo orderer 4 motors and received 3. This car has one of these motors. He later added the server usage rear differential. He worked on this car thought the 50?s and upgraded performance parts as they came out from Hudson. Power steering was added in 1954, the only year it was available. This car was tuned to perform at high altitude, and even current day can still run the mountain passes at 70+ mph.|
Accessories and Options include:
7x Racing Engine (610 hours since Installed) · Factory Cast Iron Headers · 232 Head · Mallory Coil · In tank High Volume Electric Fuel Pump · Server Usage Rear Differential · Power Steering · Under Seat Heaters · Hydraulic Top · Positive Air Pump · Commodore Trim Package · Kelsey Hayes Chrome Wire Wheels and Caps · Only one set of tire mounted on them · New US Royal Tires ( Period Correct) · Tires had new Bladders and Tubes when mounted · Set of Five · Coolant Filter · Possible Sever Usage Suspension · Chrome Rocker Panels · Electric Clock · Push Button AM Radio (All Parts except Air Filter Housings, Coolant Filter, and High Volume Fuel Pump are Factory Hudson Parts)
Original leather interior and convertible booth.