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Master Motor Car Co. Ltd.

This building has always been a mystery.

Located on McDougall just south of Wyandotte St. in Windsor

This building was at least a showroom, but was it also a factory at one point? Pink on the maps usually indicated industrial buildings.

You can see behind the Veteran Plumbing sign, remnants of “Hudson Service”. A faded sign painted on the side facing Wyandotte St. also refernces Hudson Motors.

This was to be Master Motor Cars, I don’t think they ever existed, blame the depression. Hudson was in here at one time, I’m assuming sales/service. I have also seen reference made to GM Coach & Truck being in this building too… It has recently been fixed up, and windows have replaced the white plywood, however it is still empty.

Anyone have any memories of this place?

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