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1930 Hudson Eight Standard Sedan [Series T]

1930 Hudson Eight [Series T] in Last Man Standing, Movie, 1996 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1930 Hudson Eight Standard Sedan [Series T]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Owner of this vehicle: LAUGHTOGETHER

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nzcarnerd NZ

2007-02-23 10:49

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1930 Hudson?

pac55 US

2007-03-16 03:14

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1928 Chevrolet

LAUGHTOGETHER US

2011-11-07 17:12

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:king: Actually it is a 1930 Hudson serial # 900644, of which, I personally own. It appears at least 6 times in the movie and its part of Strozzis' Gangs cars. You see it here where Michael Imperioli who plays Georgio gets in the car and races off to Mexico. You'll see it again when Christopher Walken gets to Mexico to gun down the Mexican banditos. You'll also see it at the exchange and fire fight, Its an easy car to notice because of the unique bumber that Hudson made. Watch the movie again and see how many times You can see the car.



-- Last edit: 2012-08-30 17:28:04

vilero ES

2011-11-14 10:43

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Vehicle owned by user LAUGHTOGETHER

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mike962

2013-07-29 21:12

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-- Last edit: 2013-07-31 23:27:25 (antp)

mike962

2013-07-30 09:42

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same car ??
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BurmaBob US

2013-08-11 02:46

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Officially named the Hudson Great Eight 7 Passenger Sedan. It might be noted that the longer wheelbase Hudson used and attained a longer body side structure by using a coach width door in place of the normal width narrow 4 door variety. this practice continued at Hudson until production ended in 1942.

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