1918 Hudson Super Six

General information:

Hudson's Super Six models were introduced in January of 1916. They quickly earned a reputation for their smooth power delivery and durability. They came equipped with the first Hudson-built engine. It displaced 289 cubic-inches and delivered 76 horsepower at 2,450 engine revolutions. The engine had an industry first patented, balanced crankshaft, plus large-diameter valves, efficient ports, and high 5:1 compression.

 


History and data of our car:

Year of construction: 1915

Factory:  Detroit, Michigan,U.S.A.

Type: Series M, Seven Passenger Phaton

Cylinder: 6 in line, water cooled

Power: 75 PS, 120 km/h by 2500 rpm

Fuel Consumption: 14 mpg

Capacity: 4730 ccm

Gearbox: Manual, 3V

Our car was owned for over 15 years by two British pre-owners. The last owner has done a lot of restoration work. The old car is in excellent condition. All components are working fine. Our last action was a totally rebuild of the water pump. This great automobile is ready for long trips, mountains and quick travel.

 

 

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