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The ICON Derelict Hudson Is an Art Deco Beauty

The ICON Derelict Hudson Is an Art Deco Beauty
The Hudson Motor Car Company was a Detroit-based car company that built sedans and coupes from 1909 until 1954, until they eventually merged with Nash, to become part of AMC. Now Jonathan Ward and the restomod experts at ICON have transformed a classic 1949 Hudson Super Six Coupe by giving it modern internals, and refining it’s striking art deco looks.
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Icon’s Latest is a 1949 Mercury Coupe with a Tesla Heart

Icon’s Latest is a 1949 Mercury Coupe with a Tesla Heart
The last few times we talked about Icon has been when the company whipped up a pair of very cool off-road vehicles with the Icon BR that looks like an old Ford Bronco and the restored 1965 Kaiser Jeep.
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