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Horch 780 - 1932-1934Details click here
Germany was the birthplace of the automobile, and dr. August horch, who had worked at the original horseless carriage factory, certainly had a classic automotive education. But in 1900, eager to try out his own ideas, horch left his mentors (carl benz and paul daimler, who were responsible for the significant successes of the mercedes-benz firm), struck out on his own and started the company whose elegant machines made an original mark on automotive histoiy.
Hotchkiss Am2 - 1925-1932Details click here
Founded in 1875 as the paris branch of the american hotchkiss munitions manufacturer, hotchkiss of st. Denis built its first car in december 1903. Though its chief executive and managing executive were americans and its works manager was the englishman henry ainsworth, the hotchkiss was the epitome of the french luxury touring car during the period between the wars
Hudson Dual Cowl Phaeton - 1929Details click here
This 1929 Hudson dual cowl five passenger Sport Phaeton came with a 288 cubic inch six cylinder engine that produced 92hp. It has a body built by a company called Biddle and Smart.
Hudson Great Eight - 1930-1932Details click here
It was 1930, the first full year of the great depression and national auto sales were down considerably. But the american public loved the smoothness of the new straight eight-cylinder cars coming out of detroit, and hudson entered the race for customers with the great eight.
Hudson Hornet - 1951Details click here
In 1950, hudson was bitten by the racing bug, even though the last time that hudsons had raced in earnest had been in the days of the junk formula at indianapolis in the early thirties. Over the next four racing seasons, hudsons dominated the nascar grand nationals to an unparalleled degree.
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