1931 Hupmobile


SPECIFICATIONS: 90 hp straight 8, 240 cubic inch engine. Five main bearings, two barrel updraft Stromberg carburetor. Manifold heat control "Free Wheeling." Steeldraulic mechanical brakes. Six 19" wire wheels. 118" wheelbase, ventilating windshield.

This is the "Century Eight" light weight sedan, designed for performance and easy handling. Selling Price: $1,295. (quite a bargain in its day).

Stored in a barn for many years, this car was purchased at an Iowa farm auction in 1960. A four year off frame professional restoration followed with total disassembly of the engine, transmission and entire car. The car's built-in quality and the care with which the restoration was performed more than thirty-five years ago is evident today. The car performs well. It is comfortable and dependable. It has been driven several thousand trouble-free miles on vintage car tours.

"Slim…Sleek…Swift. At the curb or on the road, only a Hupmobile can look so smart or perform so well." (So said the advertising in 1931.)