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For sale on Facebook: 1949 Hudson Super 2-Door in Livonia, MI  -  $8,500  -  Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information.

 

Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/717638108873957/1949-Hudson-Super

 

Seller's Description:

1949 Hudson Super 2-Door

  • Driven 100,000 miles
  • Manual transmission
  • Exterior color: Gold · Interior color: Red

1949 Hudson Super 2-Door. Stored for years Not running complete car Extra motor RESTORATION PROJECT Under body good condition

 

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Image may contain: car and outdoor, text that says 'NH 60 08'

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12 minutes ago, plymouthcranbrook said:

What's with the No visor craze all of a sudden?

Some people don't need to run with the pack. I'm with them. 

Looks nice and you can see the stop lights.

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I had a '49 Super Brougham that was this color when I was nineteen.  I learned something from that car. It didn't run all that well and the exhaust was always leaky. When I tired of the car and went to sell it, I figured I should put some work into the exhaust to quiet it down some. I bought some flex tubing (remember that stuff?) and a couple of muffler clamps as the muffler that came with the Hudson turned out to be OK. After I cut away the old rusty pipe and installed the new flex tubing. The Hudson was a lot quieter. But what amazed me  was how well it idled and even accelerated. That's the first time that I learned how important back pressure in the exhaust system was to how the engine performed.

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I don't know if it's true any longer, but there was a time when those tail lights -- the smaller single bulb Super ones, not the larger two bulb Commodore ones -- found great favor with Harley chopper builders. It probably didn't take much effort to use a die grinder or even a Dremel to reshape the back edge of the light to conform to a Harley rear fender. It was a sharp look.

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