Quick view Details sku: 2706 KHE-300-USB with bluetooth 25 MSRP: Now: $249.00 Choose Options Compare Quick view sku: 2706 KHE-300-USB with bluetooth 25 KHE-300-USB The amazing KHE-300 vintage car radio is a powerful product that's manufactured specifically for classic Hudson vehicles. It's packed with numerous useful features in which it is equipped with. Such as, Bluetooth Wireless... MSRP: Now: $249.00 Choose Options Compare Compare Selected Hudson is a brand name that some people don't remember but should. Hudson was a main stay on the American market for years but for reasons unknown couldn't keep up the sales. Soon it was over and the world lost another manufacturer. Hudson built cars that didn't look like anything else on the road. Remember the days when one car didn't look exactly like the other? When cars had their own identity. Hudson built cars that, lets face it could take on a tank. Hudson built cars in a time where there was pride in construction. Hudson was a big name on the road and despite its rather large size it was a big player on the track as well. The Fabulous Hudson Hornet dominated tracks all over the nation and won large in NASCAR. The Hudson lives on in memories but there is still a lot of Hudson's on the road and still being driven hard. Now even though the Hudson was a killer ride that combined power with style, it still had that classic car fault. The stock radio. I'm just going to say this now, the stock classic car radio was just horrible. The reception was terrible and even if you were able to pick up a station, the sound was awful. It was better just to hum to yourself as you drove. So what can you do about your Hudson sound system now? You move your butt over to Vintage Car Radio and checkout the fantastic line of Ken Harrison Radios. Ken Harrison radios are built just like the Hudson, like a tank. Ken Harrison radios are built that way so you know they are going to last. Did I mention the sound? The sound from a Ken Harrison Radio is out of this world. So you better be moving on over to Vintage Car Radio to pick up your Ken Harrison radio.