Hupp36

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  1. I have a few Hupps but no Model B. The Hupp Club has tec. advisors on all the models, maybe they will see this post and have an answer for you. On second thought, I will email him and ask him his thoughts on your problem.
  2. By the way, I love roadsters, how about posting a pic
  3. Not my car, the reference book.
  4. Well the original carb was a Stromberg, but my 1932 B-216 Hupmobile reference book does not give the model. See the scan.
  5. Too many cars, need to sell this car. Engine rebuit run about 50 Hrs. Goes down the road quieter than my 1936 Hupp Model N and my 1927 Pierce Arrow Model 36 enclosed drive limo. New interior. All original hub caps which are scarcer than hens teeth. Thats the good. Needs some body work and paint. Needs new tires. See pic. Pr ice is $6995. Car is in N.H. P M me for more info.
  6. As Hupmobile produced 6 different models, in 1934, the K,W,F,I,J and T If you do not know what model they fit, kindly post a pic and some Hupp guy will help you identify the moldings.
  7. By the way, all the hubcaps on this car are original on this car. NOT repros. In 1976 at Hershey I found one. I paid $150.00 for a Nos. cap The most mechanical thing about thing car is the engine. 6 cyl. 7 main bearings and full lubrication to the crankshaft, connecting rods, main bearings and camshaft. This car runs down the road quieter than my 1936 Hupp Model N and my 1927 Pierce Arrow model 36 ..
  8. Took the Ajax to the cruse at the pizza place in town today. Guess who had the oldest car there?