This is the sixth in a 10-day sponsored series featuring cars to be sold June 21-24 during Barrett-Jackson’s Northeast auction.
Editor’s note: This is the sixth in a 10-day sponsored series featuring cars to be sold June 21-24 during Barrett-Jackson’s Northeast auction.
Offered with a reserve at the second Northeast Barrett-Jackson auction, this 1932 Hudson roadster was recently discovered and has undergone a Murphy-inspired full and complete restoration, returning it to its 1932 Paris Auto Salon-show specification.
The car was created as a result of a partnership between Frank Spring and Frank Hershey at Hudson, both of whom had experience with the Murphy Body Company. Despite being employed by Hudson at the time, they added a Walter M. Murphy badge to the body of this car.
Power for this Hudson comes from a 254.4 cubic inch inline 8-cylinder rated at 101 horsepower and mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. The car rides on Hudson wire wheels complete with wide whitewall tires.
The exterior of the Hudson has been finished in Dark Midnight Black with Bright Orange accents and the interior has been returned to its factory appearance with orange leather and Bedford cord inserts.
Rear passengers are treated to open air comfort in its rumble seat and the interior features a burled-walnut dash that’s accented with an engine turned insert.