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  1. Looking for a carburetor for my 1930 Hupmobile S. Would prefer the Stromberg type U, but would go with a period correct universal part. Also, a radiator cap for same car Thanks!!
  2. Hey Chuck, I’ve been unable to find a radiator, would the one you have still be available next month? Thanks, Eric
  3. Hello all, looking for a radiator that will fit my ‘30 S. Any help would be appreciated! Eric
  4. I knew someone would have the answer, Thanks!! Eric
  5. Working on an engine rebuild of a ‘30 S, I’m having trouble finding specs regarding how much torque to tighten bolts down to. Any ideas where I could find that info?
  6. Could anyone tell me if there’s any differences between the engines of a ‘29A and a ‘30S? I’m hoping I would be able to put the innards of my ‘30S in the block of a ‘29A. On the outside, they look identical.
  7. Looking for a complete 6 cylinder engine for my ‘30 Hupmobile S. Open to a couple years on either side of ‘30, as long as it’ll fit in the chassis. Also open to just the block and/or head
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    Andy, Thanks for the response, i’ve got someone working on reproducing the wedges right now, if that doesn’t work out, I’ll be sure to get ahold of you.
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    Thanks Hupp36, but I messed around with it enough and figured it out (broke one of them in the process though). I'm going to try to reproduce one. For anyone else that may stumble upon this looking for how to do this, the straps are held in by metal wedges from the bottom of the casting on the axle assembly. If you rap on the bottom side of it (where the green arrow is pointing in the pic below) several times alternating on both sides of the wedge, it will fall right out. Don't hit it where the red arrow is, thats where I broke the piece.
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    Any advice on removing the cotton straps that attach the rear lever arm shocks to the axle assembly on the ‘30 model S?
  11. Thanks!! I'm almost certain now that it's a 1930, no freewheeling transmission and no temp gauge on the dash. It's in pieces, so it's hard to take good pics of it, and hard to tell on the radiator pan.
  12. Just bought a Hupmobile that was sold as a 1931 century 6 S that I plan on restoring. When I looked up the serial number on the Hupmobile Club website, it shows that it may be a 1930. Are there any differences that I should look for that I may be able to decipher which it actually is?
  13. I know its been nearly a year since this was originally posted, but is this Hupmobile still available?
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