According to ClassicCars.com, Driving Aids Development Corporation is showcasing one very special Hudson Hornet. The company has been creating hand driving controls for disabled people for over three decades. DADC’s owner Lee Perry is bringing a Hudson Hornet to the Antique Automobile Club of America Fall Meet, which starts tomorrow and runs to the 10th in Hershey, PA.
Perry took over the restoration on his own, and was preparing to outfit the Hornet with disabled controls so his father-in-law could drive, but he passed before Perry could finish the project. Perry is committed to finishing the project, but is looking for funding to help finish the project.
He’s looking for your help to finish the Hudson Hornet, complete with the mobility hand controls.
They are looking to get disabled drivers involved, and you can learn more about it on the site for Hudson Mobility Project.