Ed Moore

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Nick Dunkavich's 1940 Hupmobile roadster of Meriden, Connecticut. Nick's Hupmobile was restyled in the early 1950s. Ed bought the car from his dad in 1960s. Ed still owned the car in 2013.
A Hudson double-ender that Ed's dad Donald bought from Bob McCormick.
Ed's Sir-Vival safety car as it sat in 2013. Photo courtesy of Ed Moore.

Ed Moore of Bellingham, Massachusetts.


Ed Moore's Cars

Nick Dunkavich's 1940 Hupmobile Roadster
The Sir-Vival Safety Car



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