THE road racing car for playboys and rich industrialists
EUR 149,000JPY 19,259,740BGN 291,414CZK 3,864,464DKK 1,111,451GBP 129,709HUF 47,875,190PLN 638,912RON 693,893SEK 1,529,455CHF 170,069ISK 20,636,500NOK 1,421,728HRK 1,107,070RUB 11,387,817TRY 927,689AUD 233,379BRL 633,846CAD 223,038CNY 1,174,895HKD 1,323,761IDR 2,482,578,400ILS 621,479INR 12,257,336KRW 190,536,730MXN 3,427,015MYR 706,245NZD 250,544PHP 8,978,144SGD 232,842THB 5,580,497ZAR 2,412,072
Offered for: EUR 149,000
The Hudson Motor Car Company developed rapidly in its year of origin 1909 to one of the most important and largest car manufacturers in North America. At the end of 1910, for example, the model range was expanded to include the new Hudson 33 model, which was initially available in four standard body variants and provided many technical innovations. So the clutch ran in oil and the three-speed gearbox was tuned to the engine and clutch. The suspension was carried out in the front and rear via leaf springs, cables and brake shoes ensured good braking performance.
With the growing spread of the automobile, the enthusiasm of society for automobiles racing also grew. Thus, the Upper Class made on both sides of the Atlantic in the 1910s inexorable races with the first real sports cars of the time.
Tipped to a minimum, these vehicles offered no wind or weather protection for their pilots, including the fifth body variant of the Hudson 33 - the Hudson 33 Mile-a-minute.
The Mile-a-Minute offered here is one of the few surviving sports cars from 1912 - as it could not be more original!
Equipped with a large, freestanding oval tank, two gas caps, two rear-mounted spare wheels, free-standing fenders, and a free-standing steering column and 100 miles speedometer (1912), the Hudson offered its wealthy audience a chic sporty vehicle, which was suitable for both the road and the racetrack was suitable!
This Hudson was acquired in 1997 from the USA, where he has also participated in various classic car races.
Between 1998 and the year 2000 he was on behalf of a very experienced restorer, perfectly made, of course, documented!
This more than 60 miles fast car from the early days of the car industry is not only fun to drive, but is a feast for the eyes - as seen by many judges at various Concours d'Elegances.
For use in Alpine rallies, the then owner also incorporated hydraulic brakes into the existing brake drums so that he could safely drive and brake on sloping terrain.
The car has been used successfully in events and rallies over the last few years - so it is not only suitable for driving, but even race-proven.
Among the more popular public events are:
Berta Benz drive from Pforzheim to Mannheim
World Rally France
An article about this Hudson has also been published in the Classic Trader Magazine:
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