Franklin Mint / 1951 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe Stock Car / Discontinued / 1:24th scale
Gray w/ Competition Graphics
The car that roared straight from the showroom to the track with hardly any modifications at all. The one the great Marshall Teague raced in a torrid stretch of victories between 1951 and 1954. The Fabulous Hudson Hornet. Brought to life in this spectacular die-cast re-creation by Franklin Mint Precision Models. Assembled by hand from more than 150 separate parts to capture every feature of the original. The "Step-Down" body design. The chrome-plated bumpers, headlight housings and radiator grille. The fully appointed interior. And such "Severe Usage" options as the Twin-H Power in-line L-head six engine and Hydra-Matic four-speed transmission. Operable steering. Doors, hood and trunk that open and close. Functional suspension. Hand-painted and sporting the authentic graphics of the real thing.
Marshall Teague's Fabulous Hudson Hornet
Winner of 12 Grand Nationals in 1951
Hand-assembled and re-created in scorching detail
Loaded with true-to-life working features
Officially authorized by DaimlerChrysler Corporation
The car that caused quite a buzz in the early '50s!
Part #: XN69R
Condition: Mint in the Box w/ Papers
Status: In Stock