Remember the abandoned forest property packed with vintage cars and trucks that we showed you a few days ago? Well, here’s another massive hoard of classics, this time around hidden on an abandoned farm in Texas. If you still think barn finds are getting rarer these days, this abandoned car collection will definitely change your mind.
Welcome to Hutson Farm, a large property that has been home to more than 100 cars for several decades now. The story of this ghost farm sounds very familiar. The previous owner, who passed away in 2018, was a mechanic and a car enthusiast. He hoarded all these cars to either fix or use them for parts. Nothing out of the ordinary so far.
However, it seems that the guy was also a big fan of the Hudson brand. It may have something to do with his last name being Hutson, but what we do know for a fact is that at some point he had more than 40 of them. Some have been sold recently, but there are still 24 Hudson cars at the farm. Which may still be the largest collection of this kind.
And it includes all sorts of rare models, such as the iconic Hornet. There’s even a Hollywood version on the premises. It’s an even harder-to-find version of the Hornet with a two-door, no-post configuration. And it’s one of the most sought-after Hudsons right now.
But the highlight of this Hudson collection is a 1942 four-door. Built in limited numbers right before the U.S. entered World War 2, it features a very special triangle badge that did not return when Hudson started making cars again in 1946.