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What motor was in the Hudson Hornet?
|Body style||2-door coupe 2-door sedan 4-door sedan 2-door hardtop 2-door convertible|
|Engine||308 cu in (5.0 L) I6 308 cu in (5.0 L) I6|
|Transmission||3-speed manual 3-speed manual with overdrive Hydramatic automatic (General Motors) automatic 1954 only (Borg Warner)|
Also know, what engine was in the Hudson Hornet?
The Hornet was based upon the Hudson Commodore Eight model line and available in two and four-door sedan, convertible coupe and hardtop coupe. For 1951, the car was powered by Hudson's H-145 high compression in-line L-head six 308ci engine with two-barrel carburetor producing 145 hp at 3800rpm.
Subsequently, question is, how many Hudson Hornets are left? North Dakota man has one of 19 Hudson Hornets left in the world | The Globe.
Correspondingly, how fast is the Hudson Hornet?
engine's breathing and efficiency; it bumped power to a best-in-class 160hp at 3,800 rpm and 260 lbs. -ft. of torque at 1,800 rpm. Mechanix Illustrated tested a Twin H-Powered Hornet in 1952 and recorded a 0-60 mph time of 12.1 seconds and a top speed of 107 mph, impressive figures in their day.
Is the Hudson Hornet real?
This 1951 Hudson Hornet Is the Real-Life Doc. If you're a fan of the movie Cars, there is no real-life car cooler than this. It's a 1951 Hudson Hornet owned by Dave Bonbright, one of the automotive historians who worked on the Cars films. His car is Doc Hudson in real life.