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Brian Martin,Freelance adviser
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What a nice car my nephew just picked up and for only $1500. I have to say it, this is why I love the odd balls, they are SOOOOO much more reasonable to buy than the popular cars.

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You sure that isn't a typo? $1500? Was he packing a gun? That's a steal, what a sweet deal!:thumbup:
 

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Ask him if he wants to make a $500 profit. It runs, right? I'd drive that puppy home.
 

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Brian Martin,Freelance adviser
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It was in a barn looking pretty sad. It got a cosmetic restoration including an engine rebuild five years ago and my brother tells me it runs like a clock!

Brian


Poor little Wasp. :(
 

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It's basically got the same motor as my American but it's stroked for a big 10 more cubes at 206. :D It's a real tire smoker!

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What year is it? Hudson produced them and American Motors produced them under the Hudson name.
Actually those Hudson 6's were raced for years.
Craigslist find?
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It's funny, the pink says 53 and the vin matches but it looks like a 55? Anyway, yeah Hudson and Nash merged in 54 or so which I didn't know, I thought it was 58. This Hudson has an AMC on it's body tag.

I don't know how he ended up with it. All I know is his 50 Dodge is going down the road as it needs a LOT of work. He is just going to drive this as it.

Brian
 
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