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Posted By: Dick Johnson
Posted On: Monday January 7, 2019 at 10:56 AM
 
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PIC: One more for the all original condition,


1913 Hupmobile Model 32 touring car. This car is amazingly preserved and unrestored with completely original paint, leather interior, engine, 3 speed transmission, brass lighting, acetylene headlight canister and spare gas cans on running boards. It runs and drives perfectly. It is started by cranking and never had a self starter. Gotta love those weird, unusually high, bug eye headlights. The top was replaced in the 1950s. It may be the only completely unrestored Model 32 Hupmobile in existence. It had one owner from the 1930s until the 1990s in Missouri. I acquired it in California. It was the second model for Hupmobile who began in 1909 with the Model 20, similar to a Ford Model T, and the company was founded by Robert C. Hupp in Detroit. One of the first Hupmobiles traveled around the world driving 48,000 miles in about a year. The Model 32 was more powerful and larger than the 20 and had a 32 horsepower four cylinder engine, 106 inch wheelbase and sold for $975 new










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PIC: One more for the all original condition, by Dick Johnson #40206
Right hand steering? Yes, on an American car of 1913 that was not by David Holcombe #40206.1
Well, wow, I consider us TOLD! Enlightening. (EOM) by Don Anderson #40206.1.1




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