Forest Green Exterior Tuxedo Black Leather Interior Black
Convertible Top Older Restoration 37.5 Bhp, 182.5 Cu. In.
Four-cylinder Inline L-head Engine Three-speed Manual Transmission
Solid Front Axle With Semi-elliptic Leaf Springs Live Rear Axle
With Semi-elliptic Leaf Springs Two-wheel Mechanical Drum Brakes
44,760 Miles Shown On Odometer In the "Standard Catalog of American
Cars" Beverly Rae Kimes says of Robert Craig Hupp's 1908 prototype
car bearing his name, "It was cute and it had moxie." That was Bev
and that was the Hupmobile, too. Hupp left his eponymous company in
1911, but the cars bearing his name continued to grow. 1925 was the
last year for the classic 4-cylinder Hupmobile Series R of which
this is a rare example. Hupmobiles were quality automobiles with
dramatic, low styling which made them favorites of the flappers of
the Twenties. This 1924 Series R Special Roadster exemplifies the
flamboyant design that made the Hupmobile a favorite of Twenties'
style-setters. It has been given a repaint in Dark Green with black
fenders that is emblematic of the period, with an associated black
interior and top. Fitted with disc wheels, whitewall tires and a
windshield frame mounted rear view mirror; it is the
personification of the Roaring Twenties.37.5 bhp, 182.5 cu. in.
four-cylinder inline L-head engine, three-speed manual
transmission, solid front axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs,
live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, two-wheel
mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 115"
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