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CAN ANYONE GUESS WHAT TYPE OF HUPMOBILE THIS IS, IT HAS NO SUICIDE DOORS, BUT HAS LOEWY WHEELS??

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It has a 32 dash. Cool car. Looks like the 116 inch wheel base to me so I say B216. Plus the I226 was a cycle fender I believe.

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Well by the serial # plate, its a Model B. I do not have access to my Serial # book, but as from memory, 1932 Serial # started with B-5001. Not having access to my production book, I do not know how many were produced in 1932. It is not an I-226 as they were a cycle fender model which this car is not. Maybe another Hupp guy has the production # ,that will tell you all you want to know. Keep on Hupping, The N.H. original Hupp Nutt

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Thank you its hard to find pics of this w the side and back spares and hard top. I promise i wont make it a hot rod. Im just missing a turn signal and the emblem. It ran in 2008. The owner passed away :(

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Nice i would loooove to know how many of these are around. Someone offered me 10k. Mohair interioir is done and rumble seat. Is this something you would sell

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Going back about 5 club rosters , I found 3 1932 B-216 coups & in 1933, found 2, so that tells me it is quite rare. 10,000 is a fair price for the car in its present condition.This is a car that any where you drive it, more than likely you will not see another one. Real nice car to drive, the 1 in the pic I had the opportunity to drive & timed the engine so it would run cooler. Enjoy you nice find. Oh, we have an great Hupp Club.

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