Here are pics of the two lark buntings, the first from 2-17-16 and the second from 2-24-16. In addition to the differences shown above, the great coverts, above the white patch on the wing, are different. The second bird was found about a mile, as the bunting flies, from the first. It was associating with vesper sparrows.
I don’t think that this Rover will do much more roving. These were nice cars, underpowered, but appointed with lots of wood and leather. By the mid-sixties, Rover used the Buick 215 cid aluminum V8.
Hudsons were nice cars in the thirties. By the early 1950s Hudson was in serious decline. The cheap and tacky “Jet” and “Jet Liner” were attempts to revive their sagging fortunes. They eventually evolved into Rambler/AMC and their cars devolved into the absurd “Pacer” and ghastly “Gremlin” models. The Jeep line escaped the death of AMC and is now owned by Italians. A step up.