1934 Hudson Terraplane convertible wins Classiccars.com Award at Arizona Concours

1934 Hudson Terraplane convertible wins Classiccars.com Award at Arizona Concours

This 1934 Hudson Terraplane convertible was found in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by the current owner’s son.

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1934 Hudson Terraplane convertible

A 1934 Hudson Terraplane convertible has been selected as the winner of the annual Classiccars.com Award at the 2017 Arizona Concours d’Elegance.

This 1934 Hudson Terraplane convertible was found in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by the current owner’s son. The car was complete but in poor condition and received a comprehensive  3 1/2-year restoration with over 3,000 man hours invested.

According to the car owner, the first owner of this Terraplane was Ray Hayne, a well-known drag racer from the Sacramento area. Hayne owned the Terraplane for 62 years before his wife sold the car to Mark Barrow of Albuquerque. The car then sat for 16 years behind Barrow’s warehouse.

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