Official HET Club Web Site
HET Club Facebook Page
It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
Hudson 1916 - 1929
Essex Super 6
"How To" - Skills, mechanical and other wise
The Flathead Forum
FORUM - Instructions and Tips on using the forum
Parts & Pieces
Literature & Memorabilia
Hudson 1916 - 1929 Yahoo Groups Archived Files
Hudson 1916 - 1929 Yahoo Groups Archived Photos
In this Discussion
1939 series 92
Can anyone please tell me if the stickies out trunk has a name and also did the '39 series 92 come out with this sort of trunk or has this one been added later, I can not find any photos of a '39 with one except the one here in NZ?
We call it a hump back, or hump trunk in my area.
Expert Adviser, Member
They have been called Bustle Back by some folks.
In the Master Body Group Parts Book 1930-1939 it is listed as:-
Rear Compartment Door Outside Panel Assembly -With trunk
Part # C133712 Fits 90-91-98 Sed-Uco
Part # C133713 Fits 92-93-95-97 Bro-Sed
I have no idea what the differences are?
Hopes this helps!
In Australia called a boot. (trunk lid panel as shown in photo above.)
edited May 15
I had always heard it referred to as humpback. Interesting the other names used. Mine isn't made that way but I have them seen in pictures a couple times over the years.
Forum Software Powered by Vanilla