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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by saltflats, Jul 13, 2021.

  1. F-ONE
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    ^^^^ Yep. I was right.
     
  2. Dreddybear
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    Still say essex

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  3. saltflats
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    I was judging by the triangle shape hub's.
     
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  4. Dreddybear
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    I dunno... I'm not 100 on this one... :D
     
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  5. saltflats
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  6. Dreddybear
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    I'm changing my vote to Hudson-- oop Slatflats beat me to it. Man they are similar...
     
  7. spanners
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    Looks to me like a child who doesn't want their photo taken.
     
  8. arkiehotrods
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    I am thinking 1922 or so Hudson
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  9. Budget36
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    No clue on the car, fine looking horse though.
     
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  10. arkiehotrods
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    Hudson made the Essex as a more budget-friendly car akin to Ford and Chevrolet, so it makes sense they are so similar.
     
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  11. saltflats
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    That's why mom was so unhappy setting on the running board.
     
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    ...and for my next trick, I'll pull a rabbit out of my hand...
     
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  13. Jet96
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    @Dreddybear -How the heck did you know that was a Flint? ...That's not exactly a household name anymore haha
     
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  14. 57JoeFoMoPar
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    The height of the louvers on the Hudson vs the Essex is a key difference. Very close otherwise.
     
  15. lostmind
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    Hudson hood is longer and lower then Essex. 1923-24 Hudson is my guess.
    Factory had several sedan bodies , and custom bodies avaiable.
     
  16. twenty8
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    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).

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    Also, note the door handle with lock cylinder above it.
     
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  17. 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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