Hudson 1935

Big Six
Special Eight
De Luxe Eight
Special Country Club
De Luxe Country Club
Custom Eight


Club Sedan and Terraplane Coupé

Big 6 Series 53 GH (6 cyl., 212 cu.in., 93 h.p.; wb: 116 in.)
  Coach
  Sedan
  Coupe
  Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
Special 8 Series 54 HT (8 cyl., 254.4 cu.in., 113 h.p.; wb: 117 in.)
  Coach
  Sedan
  Coupe
  Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
De Luxe 8 Series 55 HU (8 cyl., 254.4 cu.in.; wb: 117 in.)
  Coach
  Sedan
  Coupe
  Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
Special Country Club 8 Series 57 HTL (8 cyl., 254.4 cu.in.; wb: 124 in.)
  Touring Brougham
  Coach
  Sedan
  Suburban Sedan
DeLuxe Country Club 8 Series 58 HUL (8 cyl., 254.4 cu.in.; wb: 124 in.)
  Suburban Sedan
  Club Sedan
  Brougham
  Touring Brougham
Custom 8 Series 56 HHU (8 cyl., 254.4 cu.in., 113 h.p.; wb: 124 in.)
  Club Sedan
  Brougham
  Suburban Sedan
  Touring Brougham


In 1935 Hudson introduced the 'Electric Hand' finger-tip control for gear shifting. Year's sales included 101,080 cars and 1281 commercial vehicles. The company reported that it now had 3225 Hudson-Terraplane dealers in the United States.


Hudson Six Sedan


6H cabriolet


Restless automotive engineers have finally worked their way up to the roof. And now comes, Hudson with an all-steel one stretch body, that includes the roof. So the body color can go right on over the top without a break. Hudson started out to be exclusive in this feature, and the few other engineers that got to their roofs at abut the same time thought they were exclusive, too; but not many cars have it. And Hudson has the Electric Hand. It is not the Same as Reo's Self-Shifter, but is a sort of magical device that lets you pick out your gear-shifting in advance, and attend to do the job for you when the moment arrives.


Special Eight Suburban Sedan


Special Eight Touring Brougham


De Luxe Eight Sedan


Hudson and Terraplane come in a wide variety of models including a Panel Delivery Van. Period advertisement shows some of the models offered on the British market including British special open sports and drophead bodywork on certain chassis.


Hudson Eight DeLuxe Brougham is top-line model which in Britain is offered at £499, including radio, in December 1934. 'Glide uphill at eighty miles an hour or more without a trace of mechanical noise to mar your enjoyment'.