Mystery Car

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On this date in 1909 Hudson Motor Car Company was founded in Detroit Michigan, with the majority of its initial funding coming from department store owner, Joseph L. Hudson. Hudson today is remembered as one of the great names in automotive history, and to honor the company’s memory, today we have a Mystery Car that is definitely not a Hudson. What is it then? That’s up to you to figure out. Make and model, if you please.
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    1. dukeisduke Avatar
      dukeisduke

      Wow. I don't know why, but I thought MG 1100 or Austin America. I wouldn't have guessed Countryman, though. Good catch!

    2. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
      Peter Tanshanomi

      Drat! I finally knew one, and missed my chance! I should have skipped the google-fu and just answered the damn question.
      Although, technically, my guess was going to be Morris 1300 Traveler.
      <img src="https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2113/2162855348_fd5d0ea225_z.jpg&quot; width="500">
      BTW, not that you care, but I would love to put a Wolseley front clip on a Traveler/Countryman.

      1. dukeisduke Avatar
        dukeisduke

        Wolseley? Yessssssss! Even better than the Riley.

  1. Vavon Avatar
    Vavon

    My comments have disappeared again… It's an Austin 1100 Countryman.
    <img src="http://www.wheelsacademy.com/a1/classiccar/ac/austin/glider/country.jpg"&gt;

    1. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
      Peter Tanshanomi

      <img src="http://content.internetvideoarchive.com/content/photos/731/003071_49.jpg"&gt;
      "A world that had previous behaved in logical and predictable ways suddenly went haywire. Comment totals were wrong. Commentariat points suddenly dropped drastically. Worst of all, untold numbers of comments suddenly went missing, not just once, but repeatedly. Dozens, perhaps hundreds of visitors reported the same thing. What caused the mysterious disappearance? Why were some comments taken, and others left behind? Did some twisted individual deliberately instigate this, or was it an unavoidable natural phenomenon? Join me. Perhaps you will be able to solve a mystery."

    2. salguod Avatar

      I see both of your comments.

      1. Vavon Avatar
        Vavon

        Yes, they are back again… But I used to have over 1700 comments and 99 points.