Your Price: $21,500
Make and Model
Type Classic Cars
Year 1951
Make Hudson
Model Pacemaker
Mileage and Type
Title Clear
Stock # AAHAV1256
Exterior / Interior
Doors 0


1951 Hudson Pacemaker this true twenty footer head turner! This car looks great from twenty feet away! Only some paint imperfections from a fifty year old repainting keep this car from looking almost perfect. And with a car this age there is chrome pitting. The previous owner had this car in storage in Davenport, Iowa for forty years. Since my purchase over five years ago I have had the following done:Five all new Coker wide white wall tires
Professional reupholstering of seats and door panels
All new brakes and hydraulics
New ball joints and wheel bearings
Rebuilt carburetor
Complete tune-up
New belts
Sealing of gas tank
New fuel gage sending unit
New ball joint and shocks
Complete new clutch assembly
New six volt battery
Radiator sealing
Refurbished over drive
Rebuilt Carburetor
New fuel pump
Rebuilt starter
Plus many more items

This quiet 262 Hudson six cylinder engine runs fantastic and cruises fine. It shows a little over 46,000 miles on the odometer. The previous owner claimed it was original mileage when I purchased it showing a little over 43K but I honestly don't know. The three speed overdrive transmission is quiet and functions properly. There is a little smoke if the car has been sitting for several weeks in-between starting but it dissipates quickly and cruises smoke free. To the best of my knowledge it has never been wrecked. Rust is very minimal and there are no structural issues. I owned the car for about two years before I saw any rust and it is underneath and just a very small insignificant area. The head liner is fully intact and looks fine. The system is original six volt and has only one issue. I had aftermarket directional signals installed and when the head lights are on there is a slight dip in voltage like the directional is on although the directional s do not work themselves. I am not an electrical genius and I have not had it looked at but it should be an easy fix. I had an original six volt AM radio rebuilt but needed a bracket to install it so it is not installed but goes with the car. All other lights function properly. I have around 20K invested in it.

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