1927 HUDSON Standard Six, 6-cyl.

1927 HUDSON Standard Six, 6-cyl.

HUDSON — MODEL O & S — SIX: Hudsons for 1927 were radically changed automobiles. They were fitted with new 18 inch wheels, four wheel brakes, new rear suspension and styling that featured a higher radiator-hood line and fenders of full crown design. Head lamps were bullet shaped and contributed along with a four-inch reduction in height to Hudson's very attractive styling. Hudson also offered new exterior color choices to take full advantage of its new look and on models offered after late June a full-length beltline molding painted in a contrasting body color dramatically improved Hudson's appearance. The Model S Hudsons were mounted on a 118 inch wheelbase, while the Model O cars continued the 127-3/8 inch wheelbase. A startling development was the replacement of the Veteran Super Six engine with a six cylinder engine of F-head design. Also breaking with previous practice was the adoption of a single-plat ...

 

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