Scott Hall, astride a 1913 Harley Davidson motorcycle in original patina, and Bud Redmond, alongside a rare, fully restored ACE 4-cylinder motorcycle, show off part of Hall's impressive collection, highlighted by `Elbert,' a 1929 Hudson car-truck hybrid. Elbert often attracts more attention than the cycles.
Scott Hall, astride a 1913 Harley Davidson motorcycle in original patina, and Bud Redmond, alongside a rare, fully restored ACE 4-cylinder motorcycle, show off part of Hall's impressive collection, highlighted by `Elbert,' a 1929 Hudson car-truck hybrid. Elbert often attracts more attention than the cycles. The Wichita Eagle
Scott Hall, astride a 1913 Harley Davidson motorcycle in original patina, and Bud Redmond, alongside a rare, fully restored ACE 4-cylinder motorcycle, show off part of Hall's impressive collection, highlighted by `Elbert,' a 1929 Hudson car-truck hybrid. Elbert often attracts more attention than the cycles. The Wichita Eagle

Scott Hall and Elbert, his 1929 Hudson truck

March 31, 2012 05:00 AM

UPDATED April 04, 2012 09:24 AM

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