Above: Mr. de Urioste grandmother taken at the Grand Tetons during her and his grandfather’s honeymoon road trip.

Since we are recognizing our 100th this year, we have become fascinated by other experiences involving 1923. Here is one: George de Urioste was always intrigued by the story of his grandfather’s 1923 Hudson Speedster, a custom car his grandfather purchased while working for the car company.

When his grandparents passed on, he inherited the car and eventually spent three years having it restored to its original luster.

The de Urioste’s carry on with the tradition of using the car in family weddings and special anniversaries.

Above: Mr. de Urioste in the newly restore 1923 Hudson Speedster.

Above: Our first truck because we could not pass up another opportunity to feature it.

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