Blueprint Hudson Sedan 1936

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In 1936, Hudson offered a whole new version of its automobiles. Among other innovations, the company introduced the radial safety control / rhythmic ride suspension whose leaf springs were mounted on steel bars at the front. This made it possible to use softer springs while improving handling under braking and in bumps. These automobiles had the most spacious interior at the time for automobiles of the same category and a large trunk could be purchased as an option. Their 93-124 hp engine was particularly powerful and from 1939 the gear lever was offered to the steering column. In 1939, the Hudson Business Coupe was built, a model reserved for traders. Very rare and highly prized, there are only 5 units left from that year, including a fully modernized one in France. In 1940, Hudson introduced independent front suspension and center-axle steering (the steering acts at the center-point of the axle between the two wheels), two items typically found on more expensive automobiles. In 1942, Hudsons first semi-automatic transmission, called the Drive-Master, was offered in response to General Motors Hydra-Matic automatic transmission. This transmission is a combination of the previously discussed electro-mechanical shift lever and automatic clutch concepts. The driver had three choices with this system: manual driving, manual driving but with automatic clutch and automatic driving. The complicated but reliable mechanism of the system was found under the hood. It was added an overdrive in 1950 and it was renamed Super-Matic. However, when GM offered its Hydra-Matic to other manufacturers, Hudson adopted it because it was simpler. Between 1942 and 1945, Hudson had to convert to produce military equipment on the orders of the US government. The company produced, among other things, parts for aviation, engines for the navy and anti-aircraft guns. The barges during the Normandy landings thus used Hudson engines. On our website you can download a drawing of Hudson Sedan 1936 in pdf svg png jpg ai eps formats Use it for 3d modelling different illustrations typography engineering and design projects All our drawings are made in high quality therefore they can be very helpful in your work study or research.

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