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Here is the second in my American classis of fifties collection: 1953 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe by Highway 61. Again, the model is really great with a lot of details typical for Highway 61. The model is also rather heavy. Real car was an icon in motorsposrt in that time. Real car as modelled used 5047 cc (308 ci) in-line 6 providing 170 hp and 373 Nm (275 lbf ft). It was claimed that the engine was the largest (as for displacement) existing in-line 6 at that time. Guess what will be next model?




 

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Nice model Dusan.
Next up the Lincoln??
 

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Next up the Lincoln??
Which is "the" Lincoln? With respect to a high quality only the two Lincolns by Sunstar Platinum (not by Yatming) are possible: 1956 Lincoln Premiere or 1958 Lincoln Mark III. Which one do you mean? Or any other Lincoln?
 

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I was thinking of your amazing Zephyr Coupe - but I've just realised it's from the '30s, so doesn't fit with your theme.....der...my bad, sorry!!
 
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