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  1. Hello! Yep, those pages are familiar for me. I really hope that the registeration at the time is made by VIN, not by motor cast number. It finds out soon, I booked a day to Finnish National Archive. This car is propably the only one left here. The rest are scrapped, left in the woods or digged into the field. I got an original style motor and axcels so technically it’s challenging but doable. Body parts are much harder task. There isn’t anything left in the body, even the woods are mainly disappeared. I’ve started with the frame and now I continue with the body.
  2. Thank you for clear and informative answer. I try to find titles with body number (679520).
  3. Body serial number I have and with that I’ve managed the production year to 1926. The point why I would need the cast engine numbers for that era is this: I know how much of Hudsons have brought here in 1926. A few dozen. In Finland there was nine states then. I’ve managed to figure out the state (or two) where the car has been registered. Titles for those days were written by year and reg. number to the book. There also reads when the car is scrapped and what is the body type (for example 4 passenger sedan or 7 passenger sedan). I assume that in 1926 in that state there has been only a few n
  4. Cast engine number. I noticed that some of the cars have been registered with their engine number rather than VIN number here in Finland in the 1920’s.
  5. I just carry on a bit yet. I’ve a question about the engine numbering. Does anyone know how was the engine numbers running on those days?
  6. Thanks for that link. Question about the engine numbers. Does anyone know how was the engine numbers running on those days?
  7. Hello! I’ve started a restoration with this Hudson. There isn’t any motor or axcels left. Also the body is just totally empty shield. What is seen on those pictures, there’s all. As far as I know, it hasn’t been moved since World War II. I live in Finland so the car has even been in the war; it has some bullet holes left. After the war it just have been in the barn. Because of that, there isn’t ant documents or titles left. I got a help with indentifying manufacturing year which is 1926. Any other information of this, however, would be great. I have a huge work ahead; because I don’t have
  8. Thank you so much, it really helps me. And yes, I put the car also on the Hudson forum. I think this really is quite rare and interesting one.
  9. Hello! I’ve started a restoration with this Hudson. As far as I know, it hasn’t been moved since World War II. I live in Finland so the car has even been in the war; it has some bullet holes left. After the war it just have been in the barn. Because of that, there osn’t any documents or titles left. Can any one here help me indentifying the manufacturing year? Car model is probably Super Six Brougham and VIN number is 679520. The manufacturing year would help me a lot for finding the correct titles from National Archive. Huge thanks, Aatu
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