Bundy's Hudson Dealership


Bundy's Hudson Dealership


Black and white image of a small, square building with three cars visible behind the display windows. Painted and neon signs advertise 'Hudson' cars as 'America's Safest Car' and offer a complete service department. The cars in this showroom would have been among the last Hudsons made. Unable to compete with the bigger car companies, Hudson Motor Car Company merged with Nash-Kelvinator to form American Motors in the mid-1950s. Shortly thereafter, the company president, George Romney, decided that the Hudson was not generating sufficient sales or interest and discontinued production and retired the brand.

Date Created

circa 1950s


gelatin silver prints




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