National Geographic : 1915 Aug
Two Cars in One c/,,AlI-SeasonjVlodeli-Hudon riing Sedan Raise the plate-glass windows and this car becomes a luxurious Sedan. It has all the appointments of an electric brougham. Any member of the family can drive it. Drop the windows and the sides are clear. Then you have a Touring Car with unob structed view. No sash, no braces. The open sides are clear. This is one of our efforts to meet the demand for all-year cars. The other is our Cabriolet. NEW ART IN BODIES TOURING SEDAN With windows up-the same car as pictured above. Price, $1875,f.o .b. Detroit. LIMOUSINE A distinguished model, most luxu rious. Extra seats face forward or backward, and disappear when not wanted. P ice. $2450. f o b Detroit. The four bodies shown here set new standards in closed cars. The fame of the Hudson has been won on its chassis-on Howard E. Coffin's wondrous work in designing. Now we are courting equal fame on our bodies. And in the same way-by finer bodies and by lower prices. The man or woman used to costly closed cars will find here more than higher prices bought. Those who found closed cars too costly will find that drawback ended. And those who want one car for all seasons will find the problem solved. Go see these artistic crea tions. Hudson dealers now have them on show. But our output is nearly sold. We could not build enough Hudsons in any style this year. Forfull descriptions write for our Closed Car Catalog TOWN CAR A popular model. asfinely appointed as the Limousine. Price, $2450, f. o. b . Detroit. Changes quickly from an open Road ster to a closed Coupe Price,$1650, f. o. b . Detroit. HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." ix ir" r~~i !i"