Hudson was an American automotive manufacturer founded in 1909. The Hudson Motor Company was created by Roy D. Chapin with funding from the company's namesake, Joseph L. Hudson. The company's first offering was the Hudson Twenty, and soon after, models such as the Super Six helped establish Hudson as a leading automaker in the US. While models like the Commodore and Hornet are some of the most well known Hudsons, the Big Boy Pickup and Italia are also treasured by the motoring world. In 1954, Hudson merged with Nash, creating the American Motors Corporation, which continued to produce cars under the Hudson name until 1957, when the brand was discontinued.
Q: What was the most expensive Hudson ever sold?
A: The highest recorded sale was $1,265,000 for a 1952 Hudson Hornet 6 'Twin H-Power' "Fabulous Hudson Hornet" NASCAR Herb Thomas on August 06 2018.
Q: What was the lowest recorded sale price for a Hudson?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $2,600 for a 1954 Hudson Hornet Twin H-Power Project on January 19 2018.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Hudson?
A: The average price of a Hudson is $68,745.