1932 HUDSON (Standard) Greater, 8-cyl., 119

1932 HUDSON (Standard) Greater, 8-cyl., 119" wb

HUDSON — SERIES T (STANDARD) — EIGHT: The 1932 “Greater Eight” Hudsons were easily identified by their elegant V-shaped grille with prominent vertical bars, single-piece bumper and triangular-shaped head, cowl and taillights. Frank Spring who was to influence the appearance of virtually every future Hudson gave the 1932 models a fresh look by the use of gracefully sweeping fenders and gentler body curves. All new Hudsons had a new instrument panel with larger gauges and a knob allowing the driver to adjust the ride control of the shock absorbers. The Standard models had a 119 inch wheelbase and were equipped with a single windshield wiper and taillight. A choice of either painted wood or wire wheels was offered.


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