The Super Six and the Commodore Six shared the same 121-inch wheelbase and powered by a L-head six-cylinder engine that displaced 212 cubic-inches and offered 102 horsepower. There were six body styles available, including a station wagon, club coupe, coupe, 2- and 4-door touring sedan, and a convertible sedan.
The history of the Hudson Motor Car Company dates back to 1909 when its was formed by Detroit department store magnate J.L. Hudson and Roy D. Chapin. Their goal was build a low-priced car for under $1,000. Their Hudson 'Twenty' was one of their low-priced cars and it proved to be successful, with more than 4,000 examples sold in the first year. Their peak would be in 1929, when they sold 300,962 cars and finished third in sales among American nameplates.
This wood-bodied station wagon was built by Cantrell. It was acquired by the current owner in 1990 and has 37,522 original miles. It was restored with the original wood, only requiring refinishing.