1952 Hudson Hornet
Theres one of these on its roof in an abandoned junkyard by my friends house. Most of the cars in there got taken out and crushed to make room for a tower. That is a shame!
Those cars were racecars. Very Powerful. Why would someone do that to the car
Good car sad to see it rot away
This car is really something. Too bad she is so far gone. Amazing to me how many of these lovelies still have good glass in them!
These seem to rust away and fall totally apart.Not many in yards still solid and in one piece.
Where did you find it i have been looking for one to restore forever
now there's a reall car right ther
My grandpa bought a Hornet new in 54. After putting 23000 on it my dad and I got it. It had a spot light on it. It was a fad back in those days. 308 CUBIC INCH 6cyl pretty darn fast.
This paticular car was one hot number for police depts. across the country back in it's hayday.
where is this car at
how munch you sell it for
That is one movie I don't mind my children watching over and over...just to see Ramone (58 Impala with hydros)
Hmmm, maybe when she is restored and ready to go you could take her on a roatrip to Emeryville, California (thank the Pixar people for making the general public remember such a car existed.) PS-The spotlight indicates she actually was a cop car (that and the white coat of paint on her roof.)
Ya' got that right dannielle!
Someone should restore it into the racing legend it once was!!
make a nice cop car for a movie
Someone needs to make this car into Doc Hudson.
A spotlight, I have seen this sort of thing before on early 50's cars. Must have been a fad years ago to have spotlights in odd places...
Oh my god! Its Doc Hudson! What is that round looking chrome thing sitting in its roof...or am i seeing things??