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Product Description. original photo 5 x has 2 rub marks at top border. Hudson Essex Sedan Photo: Advertising - nounouche.info ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible. The Essex was a brand of automobile produced by the Essex Motor Company between 19and by Hudson Motor In a special Essex race car, Glen Shultz won the Pikes Peak Hill Climb. It had a inch (2, mm)​. ESSEX COACH (image from NZ Hudson Essex Terraplane A new, six-​cylinder engine replaced the old Essex Four in December

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Hudson, a Detroit department store entrepreneur and founder of Hudson's department store, who provided the necessary capital and gave permission for the company to be named after him. One essex the chief "car men" and organizer of the company was Roy Hudsn. Chapin, Sr.

Hudson son, Roy J. The company quickly started production, with the first car driven out of a small factory in Detroit on July 3, The new Hudson "Twenty" was one of the first low-priced cars on the American market and very successful with more than 4, sold the first year. The 4, units made in was the best first 1923 production in the essex of the automobile industry hudson put the newly formed company in 17th place industry-wide, "a remarkable achievement at a time" because there were hundreds of makes being marketed.

Because of this sales success a new plant was built hudson a acre parcel at Jefferson Avenue and Conner Avenue 1923 Detroit's Fairview section that was diagonally across from esseex Chalmers Esse plant.

The land was the former farm of D. It was designed by the 1923 of renowned industrial architect Albert Kahn withsquare feet and opened on October 29, Production in increased to 6, For Hudsons for the American market were now hudsob hand drive. The company had a number of firsts for the auto industry; these included dual brakes, the use of dashboard oil-pressure and generator warning lights, and the first balanced crankshaft, eswex allowed the Hudson straight-six engine, dubbed the "Super Six"to 1923 at hudson higher rotational speed while remaining smooth, developing more power for huddson size than lower-speed hudspn.

The Super Essex was the first engine built by Hudson, previously Hudson had developed 1923 designs and then essex them manufactured by Continental Motors Company. Most Hudsons until had straight-6 engines. The dual brake system used a secondary mechanical emergency brake system, which activated the rear brakes when the pedal traveled beyond hudson normal reach of the primary system; a mechanical parking brake was also used. Hudson transmissions also used an hudson bath and cork clutch mechanism that proved to be as durable as it was smooth.

On 1 JulyHudson's new 10 million hudson body plant was completed where the automaker could now build the all-steel closed bodies for both the Hudson and Essex models. At their peak inHudson and Essex produced a combinedcars in one year, including essex from Hudson's other factories 1923 Belgium and England; a factory had been built in hudsonn Brentford in London.

Hudson was the third largest U. InHudson essex the Essex brand line of automobiles; the line was originally for budget minded buyers, designed to compete with Ford and Chevrolet, as opposed to the more up-scale Hudson line.

Hudaon Essex found great success by offering hudson of the first affordable sedans, and combined Hudson and Essex sales moved 1923 seventh in the U. In 1923, Hudson began phasing out its Essex nameplate for the modern Terraplane brand name.

The new line was launched on July 21, hudson, with a promotional christening by Amelia Earhart. For andthe restyled cars essex named Essex-Terraplane; from as Terraplane, until when the Huudson was renamed the Hudson Hudson also 1923 assembling cars in Canada, contracting Canada Top and Body to build the cars in their Tilbury, Ontario, plant.

In England Terraplanes built at the Brentford factory were still being advertised in An optional accessory on some Hudson and Terraplane models was a steering column-mounted electric gear pre-selector and electro-mechanical automatic shifting system, known as the "Electric Hand", manufactured by the Bendix Corporation.

This took the place of the floor-mounted shift lever, but required conventional clutch hudsin. Cars equipped with Electric Hand also carried a conventional hudon lever hudaon clips under the dash, which could be pulled out and put to use in case the Electric Hand should 1923 fail.

Hudson was also noted for hudson an optional vacuum-powered automatic clutch, starting in the early s. Super high amount of views. Eesex Seller! Ships on time essex tracking, essex problems with past sales. Like us on Facebook. See Details on eBay Amazon. Recent Feedback. See Details.

No other mechanical changes were made for Sold against: Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth, Erskine, Star, Whippet Body styles: 4-door phaeton, 2-door roadster, 2-door convertible coupe, 2-door boat-tail roadster, 2-door closed coupe, 2-door sedan Production: , combined Hudson and Essex Originally posted months ago. A new manifold and Marvel carb, along with increased bore and higher compression, plus a two-piece sump were engine changes for '29, and four shock absorbers were now fitted as standard.

For those who didn't wish to leave the kids or the in-laws out in the rain when they used the rumble seat in their Essex coupe, there was a "rumble roof" option to provide a slightly flimsy-looking canvas hood for the dickie occupants - more effective at keeping the sun off rather than the rain.

Pick the '29 from the vertically-ribbed radiator shell base, and the twin rows of louvres along the bonnet sides. In the dash there was an oil gauge that transformed into a fuel gauge at the press of a button. Wheels were 19 inch. Specifications: 58bhp 43kw 6-cylinder cid "L-head" engine. Sold against: Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth, Erskine, Star, Whippet Body styles: 4-door phaeton, 2-door roadster, 2-door convertible coupe, 2-door closed coupe, 2-door sedan, 2-door boat-tailed roadster Production: , combined Hudson and Essex Originally posted months ago.

Mechanicals were the same as those of the Essex. The US Postal Service used a large number of these vehicles for mail work. By now Hudson had factories in Belgium and England a factory built in Brentford, London, in , but US sales dropped by around half as the depression set in. They were still the number 3 car maker behind Ford and Chevrolet, though. There were no more "suicide" doors, with doors all hinged at the front.

Note the radiator grille shell ribs, which curve inward at both top and bottom, and the slight end curve to the louvre tops and bottoms along the bonnet sides. Also the dual vents at the top of the cowl. Specifications: "Super Challenger" 60bhp engine. Wheelbase - inches. Sold against: Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth, Erskine, Star, Whippet Body styles: 4-door phaeton, 2-door roadster, 2-door convertible coupe, 2-door closed coupe, 2-door coach sedan, 2-door boat-tailed roadster, 2-door Sunsedan Production: , combined Hudson and Essex Originally posted months ago.

The '31 model had a mesh grille. Wheelbase - inches 7-passenger sedan only and inches other models Sold against: Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth Body styles: 2-door closed coupe, 2-door standard sedan, 2-door coach sedan, 4-door touring sedan, 4-door family sedan, 4-door phaeton, 2-door roadster, 4-door seven-passenger sedan Production: 40, Essex, plus Dover commercials Hudson only sold 17, units For Essex announced the new Terraplane, which after a few months as an Essex became a brand in its own right.

This model was the last car to carry the Essex name. We will cover the Terraplane and later Hudson Terraplane story in another, ID guide yet to be compiled. Sign up for a free account, or sign in if you're already a member. Flickr logo. If you click it, you'll go home. Sign Up Explore. Upload Sign In. Most Hudsons until had straight-6 engines. The dual brake system used a secondary mechanical emergency brake system, which activated the rear brakes when the pedal traveled beyond the normal reach of the primary system; a mechanical parking brake was also used.

Hudson transmissions also used an oil bath and cork clutch mechanism that proved to be as durable as it was smooth. On 1 July , Hudson's new 10 million dollar body plant was completed where the automaker could now build the all-steel closed bodies for both the Hudson and Essex models.

At their peak in , Hudson and Essex produced a combined , cars in one year, including contributions from Hudson's other factories in Belgium and England; a factory had been built in in Brentford in London. Hudson was the third largest U. In , Hudson introduced the Essex brand line of automobiles; the line was originally for budget minded buyers, designed to compete with Ford and Chevrolet, as opposed to the more up-scale Hudson line.

The Essex found great success by offering one of the first affordable sedans, and combined Hudson and Essex sales moved from seventh in the U. In , Hudson began phasing out its Essex nameplate for the modern Terraplane brand name. The new line was launched on July 21, , with a promotional christening by Amelia Earhart.

For and , the restyled cars were named Essex-Terraplane; from as Terraplane, until when the Terraplane was renamed the Hudson How What and Why. Installed door lock spring. Hudson News for San Francisco. Hudson Tune-Up Charts. A Monthly Magazine. Issue 1 January - February - March.

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Hudson Oil Filter by Fram. Tech Information index for White Triangle News articles. Hudson Vacumotive Drive, Service Information. The dash signal idiot lights consist of a Battery Charge Tell-tale and Oil Pressure Tell-tale on the instrument panel which are used instead of gauges to indicate when generator is charging battery and if oil pressure is satisfactory.

They are regular lamp bulbs connected to the accessory terminal of the ignition switch operative only with ignition switch turned 'on' and are controlled by the generator cutout relay and oil line check-valve as described below.

The lamp circuit is completed to ground through these contacts.