More elegant upper series models were now called Commodore customs and looked indentical to the 1948 Commodores on the outside. Standard equipment was essentially the same with following exceptions - new brown front simulated carpet floor mat and non-glare finish on top of the instrument panels. Envelope pockets were used on the convertibles, and two large compartments with locks wre incorporated on each side of the dash. Commodore customs had bumper guards, metal hand rails and rear window moldings, and the stylish 18 quot; deluxe steering wheel with full circle horn ring. 656 Commodore six convertibles were built powered by an inline Lhead six cylinder 121 hp engine. This car enjoyed a professional thorough restoration very recently and is show ready. This Hudson has gorgeous paint and maroon leather interior. It is loaded with all options - beautiful wood grain dash, the deluxe steering wheel, radio, heater, deluxe remote spot lights, fog lights, and fender skirts. This car was an excellent original that is a real showstopper. Not many left, one of 656 built. Complete video of this vehicle available for $50, refunded with vehicle purchase, and includes overnight shipping of video. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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