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Does anyone have any photographs of Hudson staff cars or other vehicles based on the same chassis?

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There's a good picture of a closed Hudson staff car in the excellent (and essential if you're into WWI softskins) book 'The Observers Army Vehicle Directory to 1940' by Bart H Vanderveen. Unfortunately i'm now down in London for University so won't have access to a scanner for several months

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Thank you, Rob.
That is the beast in question. I was hoping that someone might know of pictures of the ambulance version as well as open and closed cars.
I now have good chassis drawings of the Hudson six cylinder car. Incidentally, according to a biography, in his role as driver, Rickenbacker was recognised for his proficiency and competence at maintenance and repair whilst driving a Hudson. (There was some resistance to allowing him training as a pilot!)

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Hudson in Russia. Ambulance with russian body, made by factory Otto (St. Petersburg)

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