Offered here publicly for the first time is the 1932 Chicago Auto Show Hupmobile I-226 Victoria designed by Raymond Loewy. The only 1932 eight cylinder Victoria, this car is just amazing to see in person. It is so different from the norm of American classics, it was different back then and even more so today. It has such a youthful and sharp style that is just so cool. When sitting in the car, you sit low with a little windshield and airplane type gauges in your face. And when getting out the suicide doors swing out like a French Delahaye or Delage and its just got it, whatever it is. This car belongs in an early 1930's French Concours d'Elegance with a woman standing next to it wearing Chanel and holding her poodle.
Today the car still retains its original tan cloth upholstery which is in fantastic original condition and the outside of the car has been restored to like new condition in two tone light green which is absolutely stunning. The big "H" in the circle radiator mascot is simple and just awesome and this car is also equipped with a rare factory accessory chrome running board "bumper bars" that really look great as well as a factory trunk rack and chrome spoke wire wheels. Other accessories include Sparton musical air horns, dual pilot ray driving lights, dual Lorraine windshield spotlights and an original Hupmobile header mounted clock. It runs and drives incredibly smooth and is just a joy to drive. If you are looking for a stunning, stylish and special 1930's American car, this car is unlike anything of its kind. The definition of art on wheels. Contact us today for more information.