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Handcrafted, HO-Scale 1952 Hudson Hornet Crayons Now Available
Whether it is a gift for the car fancier or the child with a budding interest in cars or art, these unique crayons will delight all ages. Each set of eight Crayola sourced crayons includes a Yellow, Blue, Green, Brown, Red, Black, Orange and Violet Hudson – and includes a custom Hudson coloring page to get started.
"Restoring one's ability to drive positively impacts lives," said Lee Perry, DADC owner. "The Adventure will take that experience further. It will make new history. Every moment a disabled person is at the wheel, a disability will disappear, even if just for a moment. All behind the wheel of an American classic most people only get to look at much less drive or ride in."
The Hudson originally belonged to Gene Smith of Camp Hill, PA. A long time HET Club member, he was mid-restoration when he suffered a stroke, leaving him paralyzed. When he passed, his daughter Cheryl and her husband Lee were inspired to create the Hudson Hornet Mobility Adventure as a lasting legacy to Gene's memory and an inspiration to anyone who has lost their ability to enjoy their passion for driving.
Order your set of Hudson crayons today at https://www.etsy.com/
Learn more about how you can help get the Hudson Hornet Mobility Adventure on the road at http://drivingaids.com/
About Driving Aids Development Corporation (DADC):
Family owned and operated, Driving Aids Development Corporation (DADC) has been helping people living with disability get back to driving for over 30 years with safe, reliable and attractive hand controls. For more information, contact DADC at (888) 762-1046, email@example.com, or visit www.DrivingAids.com.