This Commodore was one of four Hudsons owned by McQueen as one of his prized daily drivers. http://www.mcqueenonline.com/mcqueensmachineshudsonwasp.htmThe original 6-cylinder engine was replaced by a high-compression 308 cubic-inch six, upgraded with a mild camshaft and "Twin H-Power" induction system. Shortly before McQueen's death in 1980 the car was sold to a friend, who placed it into long-term dry storage in a San Bernardino, California warehouse. It has recently been maintained by RM Restoration in preparation for this offering in Arizona.
Steve also wrote a movie screen play that might make it to film: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/14/movies/14cull.html?ex=1305259200&en=367fb59d7bba836f&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland&emc=rss
and a biopic movie maight be made about Steve: http://www.cinematical.com/2007/06/22/steve-mcqueens-widow-wants-daniel-craig-for-a-biopic/