In the early 1950’s Stock car racers christened the Hudson Hornet with the “Fabulous” prefix because no other car of the time could match the Hudson’s bulletproof construction, low center of gravity, good handling and factory support. If you want to know more about this forgotten car that made history on the NASCAR circuit, have a look at the following link : http://blog.cardomain.com/2009/03/25/cardomain-obscure-muscle-car-parking-lot-the-fabulous-hudson-hornet/#more-14642
About this creation
When Doc Hudson becomes Mister Hornet...
Ready to win
With Racing wheels
You are lucky because, in the first half of the 50s, most of the time, pilots of cars from other manufacturers only had the chance to see the following view
Fabulous Hudson Hornet in action and here under, brilliantly revived by Pixar Animation. The sound of the big six in line delivering 220HP is great.
Great work of Lego "Hudson" creationism! I second all the positive comments you have received, over 67 Likes, and even though I am just a few days late: Happy 5 Year MOCiversary! You just have a way with the brick! LOL
This is an extraordinary amount of detail and accuracy for such a small scale. It's absolutely fantastic! Deffinately worthy of 5 Minifig heads!! Usually I make large scale cars, but since seeing your models, I've become a huge fan and have been inspired by you and a couple of other to make my own 5-wides. If you could check out my first couple of models, it would mean a lot :) http://www.mocpages.com/folder.php/130548
Holy crap! I actually just discovered this when I was googling something. I can't believe I missed this one! This is astonishing, and absolutely incredible 5-wide! I recognized it instantly and everything is built so nicely! Very very good work! 10/10
Wow! I actually just discovered this when I was googling something. I can't believe I missed this one! This is astonishing, and absolutely incredible 5-wide! I recognized it instantly and everything is built so nicely! Very very good work! 10/10
This is amazing! My 8 year old son was searching specifically for a Lego Hudson, and I told him I was pretty sure there wasn't one, but looked what turned up! He pulled out his Legos and tried to put one together, but he got really frustrated that we didn't have all the right pieces in all the right colors. Plus, it's really hard to figure out how to do the parts we can't see. Do you ever offer instructions for any of your work? (Lego would be wise to buy up your designs and package them! My son is always looking for "classic cars," in Lego, and they don't have them as much as they have race cars, which don't interest him.) Now...any ideas on how to construct a Lego Deusenberg?
Sweet youve captured on of my favourite cars in a fabulas way lol
this is great well done 5/5
Ps at the weekend i will be posting a 5 wide ferraru 45 italia and an sls gullwing 5 wide please as your the best 5 wide builder could you check em out.