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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by saltflats, Jul 13, 2021.
^^^^ Yep. I was right.
Still say essex
I was judging by the triangle shape hub's.
I dunno... I'm not 100 on this one...
I'm changing my vote to Hudson-- oop Slatflats beat me to it. Man they are similar...
Looks to me like a child who doesn't want their photo taken.
I am thinking 1922 or so Hudson
No clue on the car, fine looking horse though.
Hudson made the Essex as a more budget-friendly car akin to Ford and Chevrolet, so it makes sense they are so similar.
That's why mom was so unhappy setting on the running board.
...and for my next trick, I'll pull a rabbit out of my hand...
@Dreddybear -How the heck did you know that was a Flint? ...That's not exactly a household name anymore haha
The height of the louvers on the Hudson vs the Essex is a key difference. Very close otherwise.
Hudson hood is longer and lower then Essex. 1923-24 Hudson is my guess.
Factory had several sedan bodies , and custom bodies avaiable.
1922 Hudson Super-Six Five Passenger Coach
Note the shape of the bead rolled detail on the splash apron, and the hole in it at the rear (under the belly of the horse).
Also, note the door handle with lock cylinder above it.
I think the First one is a 1928 Oakland it has the wheels
and the Hood look's the same also.
Just my 3.5 cents
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