This is a truly beautiful vehicle and an amazing survivor, here’s some of the advert description
“completely original, 17,000 mile, rust-free art deco masterpiece. This 1937 Hupmobile Aerodynamic Rumble Seat Model G Coupe is just one of two in existence and is virtually untouched from the day it left the Detroit factory.
Operationally it starts, runs and drives like its brand new. And everything works!”
Take a look at the rest of the advert here
The popularity of barn finds and survivor hot rods has created a whole new segment of the hot rod hobby. Cars with history are much more interesting than something built in the modern era, but we had to convince Charles Berry that his ’34 Plymouth, his high school hot rod, was a really special piece
Read the rest of Tommy’s article here
I don’t often post stuff from eBay, but I was sorely tempted by this one I have to say!
Here is the listing
Having previously owned a US Spec Ranger the bug lurks near the surface
My friend has recently imported this 1929 Tudor from the USA, hadn’t run since 1964. A few little adjustments and it runs and drives a treat. It’s a real barn find/survivor!!
You can see the mileages scratched on the dashboard, and you can also see a graffiti style date scratched into the rear quarter panel, great patina