On page 828 of the July issue you imply that Hudson was part of General Motors. Is this Correct?
The Hudson was one of the first new cars to become available in South Africa in 1946 after W.W. II. Both sellers and buyers were so anxious to get the cars on the road, that they were delivered missing various items of non-essential trimmings.
As a 9-year-old, I recall greatly admiring a cousin’s new Powder Blue Hudson Six 4-door saloon, minus rear seat.
Port Elizabeth, S. Africa – E. P. Bowker
(We apologise! Hudson Motors Co. of Detroit was never in the General Motors combine. It was taken over by the American Motors Corporation. – Ed.).