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Finding restoration parts for this Twin-H-powered 1955 Hudson Wasp Hollywood two-door hardtop for sale on Hemmings.com has to be a giant pain in the rear, but it doesn’t look like there’s much to address on the car, which has been treated to a refurbished interior, appears to be mechanically in order, and presumably has seen a repaint and rechrome in recent years.
Even before Doc Hudson’s turn as a star in the Disney film Cars, step-down Hudsons proved popular both within and without Hudson aficionado circles, as we can see from two step-downs in this five-car comparison test from SIA #197, October 2003, both of which scored the highest marks, as rated by their fellow Hudson owners.
It’s our imperfections that tell our stories, from our scars to our exes to the dents and dings in our cars.
Photo by Mike D’Angelo. * Anybody who has worked on a British car has wondered at some point why, when the rest of the world seemed to agree on negative grounds for their electrical systems, the English had to go with positive grounds.
The sinkhole on February 12, 2014. Photos courtesy National Corvette Museum. Last month, the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, announced that the sinkhole that damaged eight Corvettes in February would be permanently filled, going against earlier plans to preserve a portion of the cavern for permanent display.
Ah, dens of iniquity, the perfect place for parking lot carspotting: Not only are they always packed, but they seem to always have a pretty good variety of vehicles to check out.
Full disclosure: This 1971 Volvo 142S for sale on Hemmings.com belongs to Steve Berry, our web manager at Hemmings, but that’s not what makes it a Find of the Day.
Photos by the author. Breaking land-speed records tends to be a fairly difficult proposition. The multitude of venues for doing so nowadays has opened up the opportunities for record breaking, but has also attracted more racers going after records, ratcheting the speeds up higher every year.
Sir Stirling Moss. Photos courtesy Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Among the other automotive anniversaries that will be marked in 2015 is the 60th anniversary of Sir Stirling Moss’ towering, record-shattering victory for Mercedes-Benz in the 1955 running of the Mille Miglia, in partnership with the late motoring journalist Denis Jenkinson.
Photography by Mark J. McCourt As he reported last Friday, Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car magazine editor Dave LaChance and I took to the road this past Monday morning to begin a two-day, 550-mile tour of New England that culminated with leaving our project MGB at its rightful home: the Good News Garage office in Burlington, Vermont.
On the block at Mecum’s 2014 Monterey auction. Photo by Kurt Ernst. (Editor’s note: This column originally appeared, in slightly different form, in the August 2013 issue of Hemmings Motor News.
While we all know of West Wendover, Nevada, as the Silver State’s counterpart to the town closest to the Bonneville Salt Flats, today’s carspotting scene, based on a found slide which we came across on Vieilles Annonces‘s Flickrstream and which depicts the Stateline Hotel and Casino sometime in the mid-1950s, appears to have little to nothing to do with the salt flats.
It’s more than evident that the seller of this 1968 Oldsmobile Toronado listed on Hemmings.com has a real passion for it.
1937 Cadillac Series 37-90 Custom Imperial Cabriolet. Photos courtesy Auctions America. In 1937, Cadillac’s Series 37-90 topped the brand’s range, offering luxury, styling, sophistication and effortless power delivered courtesy of a 452-cu.in.
The Rennsport Reunion IV. Still image from video below. In 2001, the inaugural Porsche Rennsport Reunion drew fans from around the country to Connecticut’s Lime Rock Park, to see legendary racing Porsches and the men who drove them in three days of on-track action.
If you read our magazines, you know who Patrick R. Foster is. The longtime Hemmings contributor is a noted authority on American independent carmakers, both through his website, OldeMilfordPress.com, and through books like this one.
General Tire advertising image from the 1950s. From the author’s collection. Wow, what a hat! This black & white press release photograph from General Tire – circa 1955 – depicts a female model with a big “tire” hat that mimics the thin black lines shown on the tire’s wide white sidewall.
It looks like an early spring came to Littleton, New Hampshire, in 1960, judging by the April 6 date that comes along with this photo that hemidave recently posted to the ForwardLook.net forum, showing the town’s Main Street looking west: The trees seem rather filled out, there’s no trace of snow on the ground, plenty of windows are flung open, and the cars all appear to have been washed of their coats of winter grime.
In its day, the Mercedes-Benz 500 SEC, like this 1982 example for sale on Hemmings.com, blurred the lines between performance and luxury offering V-8 power and respectable acceleration, but with an emphasis on comfort, bank vault like interior silence and composed road manners.
Dan Gurney (foreground) with A.J. Foyt at Le Mans in 1967. Photos courtesy Ford Motor Company unless otherwise noted.