Hudson 1936 

USA

Six Custom
Eight DeLuxe
Eight Custom
 


C  

Six Custom (R6 cyl., 112 cu.in., 93 and 100 h.p.; wb- 120 in.)
 Sedan
 Brougham
 Touring Sedan
 Touring Brougham
 Business Coupé
 Coupé with Rumble Seat
 Convertible Coupé
Eight De Luxe (R8 cyl., 254.47 cu.in., 113 and 124 h.p.; wb-120 and 127 in. on Sedan and Touring Sedan)
 Sedan
 Brougham
 Touring Sedan
 Touring Brougham
 Business Coupé
 Coupé with Rumble Seat
 Convertible Coupé
Eight Custom (R8 cyl., 254.47 cu.in., 113 and 124 h.p.; wb-120 and 124 in. on Sedan and Touring Sedan)
 Sedan
 Brougham
 Touring Brougham
 Business Coupé
 Coupé with Rumble Seat
 Convertible Coupé


Hudson patented its 'Triple-Safe' brake system and produced 123,266 cars. Increasing sales to almost 25% above the previous year. Most of these were Terraplanes (93,309). It was Hudson's peak year of the decade.



Super Straight Eight Touring


Hudson


Super Straight Eight Convertible Coupé


Six Custom Touring Sedan


Six Custom Touring Brougham


Super Straight Eight Brougham


Super Straight Eight Touring Brougham


Super Straight Eight Business Coupé


Super Straight Eight


Six Custom Sedan


Super Straight Eight Coupé


Eight Sedan


 


Six

A wheelbase of 120 inches ... an over-all length of 204 7/8 inches ... the widest front and back seats in the price class ... 93 and 100 horsepower ... Radial Safety Control ... the Rhythmic Ride ... Tru-Line Steering ... Duo-Automatic Hydraulic Brakes ... the Automatic Draft Eliminator ... Electric Hand ... complete steel body with seamless steel roof ... greatest luggage capacity ... these are some of the reasons why the Hudson Six for 1936 is easily the greatest value in its price range – just a few dollars more than the lowest priced cars.
The Hudson Six also offers the new Hudson styling ... new radiator, new hood treatment, new V-windshield, new fender design, new rear end design, new instrument panel treatment, new type of domed ceiling ... all harmonizing in the most beautiful car yet offered to the motoring public.
The Hudson Six is now, more than ever, in the BIG CAR class, with big car size, Big car performance, big car luxury ... but with the remarkable economy that was proved in scores of tests in all parts of the country in the past year.
Seven models, all with Custom equipment, are offered in the Hudson Six series in 1936. (The Touring Sedan and Touring Brougham are similar to the Sedan and Brougham, except that they include an integral trunk.)
Hudson Six buyers have a choice of two beautiful and durable upholstery fabrics-boucle or mohair. All models have satin-silver-finish interior hardware, twin horns, twin tail lamps, and translucent rear window curtain. Sedans have a metal robe rail and a foot rest conveniently recessed in the back of the front seat.


 


 


 


 


Eight

FOURTEEN models of Hudson Eights – seven in the Custom and seven the the De Luxe Series – offer the fine car buyer in 1936 the widest selection and also give him the greatest big car value in history.
Hudson Eights are bigger in 1936 ... bigger in every way. Wheelbases are longer ... 120 inches on the Broughams, Coupés and Convertible Coupés, and 127 inches on the Sedans. Over-all lengths are greater ... 199 5/8 inches on the Broughams, 204 7/8 inches on the Coupés and Convertible Coupés, and 206 5/8 inches on the Sedans. Front seats and rear seats are wider ... roomy room for three passengers in each seat. Leg room and head room to spare. More space and more convenient space ... in the baggage compartments and trunks.
Hudson Eights in 1936 are more beautiful, more graceful and better finished, both outside and inside.
Hudson Eights in 1936 give Hudson proved performance. Important advancements have been made in the water circulating system and in the fuel feed system.
Hudson Eights in 1936 are even safer than before. Hudson built the first bodies all of steel, and now those bodies have been made even stronger. Further, they have a smooth, seamless roof.
And Hudson Eights in 1936 offer FIVE THINGS YOU NEVER SAW BEFORE .... five things you will not see in 1936 except on Hudson-built cars. 1. Radial Safety Control. 2. The Rhythmic Ride. 3. Tru-Line Steering. 4. Duo-Automatic Hydraulic Brakes. 5. Automatic Draft Eliminator.
But with all of this extraordinary value built into Hudson Eights, they remain in the medium price field. They are by far the finest cars ever priced so low.
All Hudson Eights illustrated are in the Custom Series. The Custom models have: Built-in radio; Modern plastic rim, steel-wire spoke steering wheel; Wheel-size hub cups; All sheet-metal surfaces lacquered; Chrome scuff plates; Cigar lighter; Twin windshield wipers; Twin air horns; Twin sun visors; Special interior trim; Long pile carpet.