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1915 Hupmobile Model K Five Passenger 4 Cyl 36hp 119 Wb Touring C

1915 Hupmobile Model K Five Passenger 4 cyl 36HP 119 WB Touring C
Price:

$ 23,500

Make: Hupmobile
Model: Model K Five Passeng...
Body type: Model K Convertible ...
Condition: Used
Mileage: 42031
Engine: 4 Cyl 36hp
Exterior Color: Green
Interior Color: Black
Fuel type: Gasoline
Location: 905**, Torrance California Us
SellerID: westcoastclassics
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Seller's Notes:

West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional example of this extraordinarily rare and older restored example of a 1915 Hupmobile Model K Five Passenger 119" Wheelbase Touring car with it's seemingly original 4 cylinder 36HP engine, original 3 speed non-synchromesh manual transmission, and beautifully presented in 'Dark green' with a Black convertible top and a remarkable 'Black' leather original specification interior! In 1915 Hupmobile built the Model 32 4cyl 32HP 106" wheelbase car as a 2 Passenger Roadster & a 4 Passenger Touring car and they also built the Model K on a 119" wheelbase and with their 4 cyl 36HP engine.


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42,031 Miles 4 cyl 36HP ManualModel K Convertible Touring Sedan
Stock #:
1226
Exterior Color:
Green
Interior Color:
Black
Body Type:
Model K Convertible Touring Sedan
Transmission:
Manual
Engine:
4 cyl 36HP
Mileage:
42,031
West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional example of this extraordinarily rare and older restored example of a 1915 Hupmobile Model K Five Passenger 119" Wheelbase Touring car with it's seemingly original 4 cylinder 36HP engine, original 3 speed non-synchromesh manual transmission, and beautifully presented in 'Dark green' with a Black convertible top and a remarkable 'Black' leather original specification interior!

In 1915 Hupmobile built the Model 32 4cyl 32HP 106" wheelbase car as a 2 Passenger Roadster & a 4 Passenger Touring car and they also built the Model K on a 119" wheelbase and with their 4 cyl 36HP engine. They came in 4 versions:
a 2 Passenger Roadster; a 5 Passenger Touring Car (this particular example); a 2 Passenger Coupe & a Limousine.

The particular Model K 119" wheelbase Touring car has absolutely no rust and there are no signs or history of any accidents or rust - one very rare example and one of very few examples remaining of this low production model, in even rarer great running and driving condition! The car has an original spec 'Black' canvas convertible top with rear windows and frame with no rips or tears and which is perfectly functional, original wooden steering wheel, original wheels with 4 'Firestone' correct specification tires, & original 'Hup' gauges. We recently had the car fully serviced with an overhauled starter motor installed, a new ignition switch and battery, and the car drives superbly. All the options are working as they should including all the gauges and lights, this is one very well sorted example.

Robert Craig Hupp's career in the automotive industry included stints with Olds, Fords & Regal before engineering his own experimental model of a new car of his on in 1909. It was to be a small two passenger runabout with a gasoline tank mounted behind the seat with power from a 4 cylinder 4 stroke water cooled engine pushing out 16 HP. This first 'Hupmobile' was designated as the 'Model 20' and was introduced in 1909 at the Detroit Auto Show after which it was put into production by the newly formed 'Hupp Motor Company' only one week later! The Hupp organization would grow to include a number of renown Detroit automobile engineers & executives too and to be a true competitor to Ford & Chevrolet. In just their first year a staggering 1,618 'Hupmobiles' were built and sold. In 1910 the figure would grow to 5,340 cars and on November 10th, 1910, one of the company's first Model D Four passenger touring cars, took off from the assembly line in Detroit on a round the world promotional trek that would see that Humpmobile travel some 48,600 miles through 26 different countries returning to Detroit in triumph on January 24th, 1912. The company in the meantime had been going from success to success with the Model 32 introduced in 1912 being a very powerful car on a 106" wheelbase and with sales by 1913 reaching 11,649 vehicles.

In 1915 Hupmobile acquired the 'American Gear & Manufacturing Company' of Jackson, MI and with it the services of Dubois 'Pink' Young, who would ultimately rise to the position of presidency of the 'Hupp Motor Car Corporation', and who oversaw the direction of the company expanding into a flurry of models including couple of Seven passenger versions on 134" wheelbases. The company later moved away from it's venerable and lauded 'Hupp Four' with an 8 cylinder Series E introduced in 1925 and a six cylinder in 1926. By 1929 the company was lagging in sales and by the time of the stock market crash the company was already heading for trouble. Nevertheless a Hupmobile entered the Indianapolis 500 in 1932 driven by the experienced Indy driver Russell Snowberger and finished 5th.

But by 1934 internal management politics and mismanagement were plaguing the company and resulted in the resignation by Dubois Young and the sequential taking over of the Hupmobile presidential chair by several others and by 1935 with fewer and fewer Hup dealers and by now disappointing sales there was little left of the company to fight over. A Federal Reserve loan was denied and the company began selling off it's plants to raise money. A final bid to salvage the company's fortunes took place in 1938 when for $900K the dies, tooling, jigs etc used for the front drive 810/812 Cord were purchased and converted for use in a rear drive Hupmobile! John Tjaarda whose aerodynamic experimental cars had brought him fame with the Lincoln Zephyr and had been widely hailed was assigned the job of revising the Cord coffin nose into a front end distinctively Hupmobile and the result was called the 'Hupmobile Skylark', but only 4 were to be built in 1938 and for show purposes only. Enthusiastic orders came in by the thousands, but production delays soured customer support. 31 more were finally assembled in 1939 for display at major Hupp dealerships but by then the roof had truly fallen in on the company with yet another stockholder lawsuit. In the end a partnership with the 'Graham-Paige Motor Co' would enable Hupp to produce the final 319 Skylarks to be built, but with Hupmobile no longer owning their car. By the time the final 319 Skylarks were built and sold to Hupp distributors by Graham-Paige in 1941, the Hupp Motor Company had declared bankruptcy. The Hupp Corporation of Cleveland OH would continue in business after 1941, but not by building or selling cars, but by evolving from their earlier pioneering of fresh air car heaters, which later became an industry standard, into producing freezers and air conditioning units etc until going bankrupt once again, and finally, in 1991!

This is obviously one especially desirable example of and early Hupmobile, with only very few remaining of this caliber, let alone that would drive as well, and even fewer can be anywhere close to comparable to this particularly well sorted and original 106 years old example. This car truly has to be seen to be appreciated and without a doubt you will look long and hard to find a finer example of this beautifully presented 1915 Hupmobile Model K 5 Passenger 119' Wheelbase Touring Car, a very rare piece of American motoring history and quite simply a perfect car for any early 20th century classic car collector!

Vehicle Description

West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional example of this extraordinarily rare and older restored example of a 1915 Hupmobile Model K Five Passenger 119" Wheelbase Touring car with it's seemingly original 4 cylinder 36HP engine, original 3 speed non-synchromesh manual transmission, and beautifully presented in 'Dark green' with a Black convertible top and a remarkable 'Black' leather original specification interior!

In 1915 Hupmobile built the Model 32 4cyl 32HP 106" wheelbase car as a 2 Passenger Roadster & a 4 Passenger Touring car and they also built the Model K on a 119" wheelbase and with their 4 cyl 36HP engine. They came in 4 versions:
a 2 Passenger Roadster; a 5 Passenger Touring Car (this particular example); a 2 Passenger Coupe & a Limousine.

The particular Model K 119" wheelbase Touring car has absolutely no rust and there are no signs or history of any accidents or rust - one very rare example and one of very few examples remaining of this low production model, in even rarer great running and driving condition! The car has an original spec 'Black' canvas convertible top with rear windows and frame with no rips or tears and which is perfectly functional, original wooden steering wheel, original wheels with 4 'Firestone' correct specification tires, & original 'Hup' gauges. We recently had the car fully serviced with an overhauled starter motor installed, a new ignition switch and battery, and the car drives superbly. All the options are working as they should including all the gauges and lights, this is one very well sorted example.

Robert Craig Hupp's career in the automotive industry included stints with Olds, Fords & Regal before engineering his own experimental model of a new car of his on in 1909. It was to be a small two passenger runabout with a gasoline tank mounted behind the seat with power from a 4 cylinder 4 stroke water cooled engine pushing out 16 HP. This first 'Hupmobile' was designated as the 'Model 20' and was introduced in 1909 at the Detroit Auto Show after which it was put into production by the newly formed 'Hupp Motor Company' only one week later! The Hupp organization would grow to include a number of renown Detroit automobile engineers & executives too and to be a true competitor to Ford & Chevrolet. In just their first year a staggering 1,618 'Hupmobiles' were built and sold. In 1910 the figure would grow to 5,340 cars and on November 10th, 1910, one of the company's first Model D Four passenger touring cars, took off from the assembly line in Detroit on a round the world promotional trek that would see that Humpmobile travel some 48,600 miles through 26 different countries returning to Detroit in triumph on January 24th, 1912. The company in the meantime had been going from success to success with the Model 32 introduced in 1912 being a very powerful car on a 106" wheelbase and with sales by 1913 reaching 11,649 vehicles.

In 1915 Hupmobile acquired the 'American Gear & Manufacturing Company' of Jackson, MI and with it the services of Dubois 'Pink' Young, who would ultimately rise to the position of presidency of the 'Hupp Motor Car Corporation', and who oversaw the direction of the company expanding into a flurry of models including couple of Seven passenger versions on 134" wheelbases. The company later moved away from it's venerable and lauded 'Hupp Four' with an 8 cylinder Series E introduced in 1925 and a six cylinder in 1926. By 1929 the company was lagging in sales and by the time of the stock market crash the company was already heading for trouble. Nevertheless a Hupmobile entered the Indianapolis 500 in 1932 driven by the experienced Indy driver Russell Snowberger and finished 5th.

But by 1934 internal management politics and mismanagement were plaguing the company and resulted in the resignation by Dubois Young and the sequential taking over of the Hupmobile presidential chair by several others and by 1935 with fewer and fewer Hup dealers and by now disappointing sales there was little left of the company to fight over. A Federal Reserve loan was denied and the company began selling off it's plants to raise money. A final bid to salvage the company's fortunes took place in 1938 when for $900K the dies, tooling, jigs etc used for the front drive 810/812 Cord were purchased and converted for use in a rear drive Hupmobile! John Tjaarda whose aerodynamic experimental cars had brought him fame with the Lincoln Zephyr and had been widely hailed was assigned the job of revising the Cord coffin nose into a front end distinctively Hupmobile and the result was called the 'Hupmobile Skylark', but only 4 were to be built in 1938 and for show purposes only. Enthusiastic orders came in by the thousands, but production delays soured customer support. 31 more were finally assembled in 1939 for display at major Hupp dealerships but by then the roof had truly fallen in on the company with yet another stockholder lawsuit. In the end a partnership with the 'Graham-Paige Motor Co' would enable Hupp to produce the final 319 Skylarks to be built, but with Hupmobile no longer owning their car. By the time the final 319 Skylarks were built and sold to Hupp distributors by Graham-Paige in 1941, the Hupp Motor Company had declared bankruptcy. The Hupp Corporation of Cleveland OH would continue in business after 1941, but not by building or selling cars, but by evolving from their earlier pioneering of fresh air car heaters, which later became an industry standard, into producing freezers and air conditioning units etc until going bankrupt once again, and finally, in 1991!

This is obviously one especially desirable example of and early Hupmobile, with only very few remaining of this caliber, let alone that would drive as well, and even fewer can be anywhere close to comparable to this particularly well sorted and original 106 years old example. This car truly has to be seen to be appreciated and without a doubt you will look long and hard to find a finer example of this beautifully presented 1915 Hupmobile Model K 5 Passenger 119' Wheelbase Touring Car, a very rare piece of American motoring history and quite simply a perfect car for any early 20th century classic car collector!

Vehicle Warranty

Mechanical inspections welcomed; if you wish to inspect the vehicle you must do so before bidding; upon request seller will be happy to deliver the vehicle to a local Torrance, CA or Santa Monica, CA mechanic of your choice for your prepaid inspection before the reserve price is met. Once the reserve price is met this vehicle is to be considered sold in ‘as is, where is’ condition to the highest bidder with no guaranties or warranties implied or given. Please have all funds available before bidding as a $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required from the winning bidder within 48 hours (2 business days) of auction end; an immediate $500 non-refundable deposit is required through Ebay’s Paypal service to end the auction early if the "Buy it now" option is exercised and the balance in full is due within ten days of auction end in any case. In the case these terms of sale are not met seller reserves the right to either re-list the vehicle or offer the vehicle to the next highest bidder. Seller reserves the right to end the auction at any time before the reserve price is met. Payment by bank wire transfer, cash in person or cashiers check only. All inspections must be done prior to bidding. The non-refundable deposit in the amount of $1,000 is due within 48 hours of the auction end via bank wire transfer or cashier's check via overnight mail. The full payment must be completed within 10 business days regardless of a pick up date. In the event the deposit is not posted within the required period of time, the vehicle will be offered for sale to the next subsequent high bidder or relisted for sale. This is to be considered an absolute sale and the buyer is required to comply with all of my conditions in these terms of sale. By placing a bid and winning the auction you hereby agree to abide completely with these terms of sale and the terms of sale are to be considered a legal and binding purchase agreement. Once again, please note that there are no inspections to be made after the auction ends - please be sure to complete any inspection before bidding. The Seller reserves the right to cancel any bid at any time and to end the auction early for any reason. The seller makes every effort to describe in detail any known flaws in the vehicle and includes many detailed and recent photos of the vehicle. The mileage on the vehicle is correct at the time of listing but obviously subject to minor changes necessary to complete delivery of the vehicle to the buyer and test drives etc. Please note that all used vehicles, especially classic and older vehicles, are by definition unique and complex and their condition, for better or worse, must always be considered a subjective opinion to each individual. Therefore the seller shall not be responsible for the absolute correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and makes no guaranties or warranty in connection therewith. Vehicles are sold with one master key unless otherwise stated. Vehicles are sold with handbooks and manuals only if stated in the advertisement. Buyer hereby acknowledges that any definition or terms relating to a "matching numbers" description of any car has been met and the buyer has inspected the car and is satisfied with the description prior to bidding or purchase. No allowance will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value of the vehicle before bidding and to bid based upon that judgment solely. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs whatsoever regardless of any oral or written statements about the vehicle.

About West Coast Classics


West Coast Classics are renown licensed and bonded California Classic Car Dealers who specialize in buying & selling rare American & European classic cars with our showrooms locatedin southern California at 1205 Bow Avenue in Torrance, CA 90501. Please contact us to verify the current status of any vehicle of interest and note that all test drives are by appointment only. We ship throughout the world and will provide you with an unparalleled service in any of your rare, sports, exotic, luxury, collector or classic car needs. So whether you want to sell your classic car, truck, hot rod, custom or simply rare or exotic car or indeed to buy a classic car that we have in our inventory, contact us today, it is what we do enthusiastically every sunny day here in southern California USA! Thanks for your interest and we look forward to helping you!

 

 

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US DIRECTLY MONDAY - SATURDAY ON OUR TOLL FREE NUMBER LISTED HERE ON EBAY DURING REGULAR CALIFORNIA BUSINESS HOURS OR ON 424-376-5151 OR ALTERNATIVELY CONTACT US ANYTIME BY EMAIL THROUGH EBAY'S "ASK SELLER A QUESTION" LINK OR THROUGH OUR WEBSITE www.WestCoastClassics.com - WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU.


West Coast Classics are renown licensed and bonded California Classic Car Dealers who specialize in buying & selling rare American & European classic cars with our showrooms locatedin southern California at 1205 Bow Avenue in Torrance, CA 90501. Please contact us to verify the current status of any vehicle of interest and note that all test drives are by appointment only. We ship throughout the world and will provide you with an unparalleled service in any of your rare, sports, exotic, luxury, collector or classic car needs. So whether you want to sell your classic car, truck, hot rod, custom or simply rare or exotic car or indeed to buy a classic car that we have in our inventory, contact us today, it is what we do enthusiastically every sunny day here in southern California USA! Thanks for your interest and we look forward to helping you!

 

 

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US DIRECTLY MONDAY - SATURDAY ON OUR TOLL FREE NUMBER LISTED HERE ON EBAY DURING REGULAR CALIFORNIA BUSINESS HOURS OR ON 424-376-5151 OR ALTERNATIVELY CONTACT US ANYTIME BY EMAIL THROUGH EBAY'S "ASK SELLER A QUESTION" LINK OR THROUGH OUR WEBSITE www.WestCoastClassics.com - WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU.

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PLEASE NOTE THAT FOLLOWING THE INITIAL PHOTOS LOCATED TO THE LEFT OF THE "PLACE BID" & "BUY IT NOW" AUCTION OPTIONS; FURTHER DOWN & JUST PRIOR TO THE VEHICLE DESCRIPTION WE HAVE A FURTHER UP TO APPROXIMATELY 200 LARGE PIXEL PHOTOS OF EACH OF OUR CARS LISTED HERE ON EBAY WHICH ARE VIEWABLE IMMEDIATELY ABOVE THE "VEHICLE DESCRIPTION" & BELOW OUR DEALER LOGO - SEE THE EBAY "VIEW FULL SIZE PHOTOS" LINK TO VIEW ALL OF OUR AVAILABLE IMAGES

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Notice to Bidders: All of the vehicles we list on eBay are for sale both internationally and locally.  We reserve the right to end an auction early. 

Deposit: We require a non-refundable $1,000 deposit via Paypal within 48 hours of winning the auction and a non-refundable $500 Paypal deposit to end the auction early by exercising the "Buy it Now' option. Please note that we only accept Paypal for deposits only. Balance payments are due in full within 10 business days by bank wire transfer or cashiers check. Please feel fee to call us for any reason including to make arrangements for payment. 

All sales transactions must be completed within 10 calendar days of auction close.

Prices subject to change without notice and do not include Title, License, Registration Fees, State or Local Taxes or Processing Fees, if any; please read fees and taxes disclosure below. Please contact seller first for vehicle availability. Although every effort is made to present accurate and reliable information, use of this information is voluntary, and should only be deemed reliable after an independent review of its accuracy, completeness, and timeliness. It is the sole responsibility of the customer to verify the existence of options, accessories and the vehicle condition before time of sale. Any and all differences must be addressed prior to time of sale. No expressed or implied warranties, including the availability or condition of the equipment listed is made. EPA mileage estimates for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage may vary depending on driving conditions, driving habits, and vehicle maintenance.

The seller makes every effort to describe in detail any known flaws in the vehicle and includes many detailed and recent photos of the vehicle. The mileage on the vehicle is correct at the time of listing but obviously subject to minor changes necessary to complete delivery of the vehicle to the buyer and test drives etc. Please note that all used vehicles, especially classic and older vehicles, are by definition unique and complex and their condition, for better or worse, must always be considered a subjective opinion to each individual. Therefore the seller shall not be responsible for the absolute correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and makes no guaranties or warranty in connection therewith. Vehicles are sold with one master key unless otherwise stated. Vehicles are sold with handbooks and manuals only if stated in the advertisement. Buyer hereby acknowledges that any definition or terms relating to a "matching numbers" description of any car has been met and the buyer has inspected the car and is satisfied with the description prior to bidding or purchase. No allowance will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value of the vehicle before bidding and to bid based upon that judgment solely. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs whatsoever regardless of any oral or written statements about the vehicle.

Mechanical inspections welcomed; if you wish to inspect the vehicle you must do so before bidding; upon request seller will be happy to deliver the vehicle to a local Torrance or Santa Monica mechanic of your choice for your prepaid inspection before the reserve price is met. Once the reserve price is met this vehicle is to be considered sold in ‘as is, where is’ condition to the highest bidder with no guaranties or warranties implied or given. Once again, please note that there are no inspections to be made after the auction ends - please be sure to complete any inspection before bidding.

Good luck and thanks for your interest.

Fees and Taxes

 

Please note that CA Sales tax, DMV license fees, DMV registration fees, dealer documentary fee, any finance charges, CA emission testing fees, and any compliance fees are additional to the advertised price if any vehicle is to be sold and registered in California and not exported out of state by bill of laden; please see full details below. Vehicle is listed on other industry websites and publications internationally, we reserve the right to end the auction at any time.

This vehicle is being sold by West Coast Classics, LLC; we are licensed and bonded vehicle dealers in the state of California. Please note that all vehicles sold to be registered in the state of California will be charged California sales tax on the final EBay sales price and any required government licensing, smog, documentation and registration fees. If leaving the state or country, the vehicle must be picked up by a professional licensed auto transportation company that can provide a bill of lading, otherwise California sales tax will be charged. (All licensed auto transport companies provide these). Any out of the state and international buyers will upon completion of the sale be sent by FEDEX the title and bill of sale for the vehicle and will be personally responsible for any sales tax and licensing and registration fees in their home state or province. All bids are legal and binding contracts to purchase the vehicle and by bidding you are hereby entering into a legal and binding contract to purchase the vehicle and agreeing to accept and abide by these terms of sale:

Please have all funds available before bidding as a $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required from the winning bidder within 48 hours (2 business days) of auction end; an immediate $500 non-refundable deposit is required through Ebay’s Paypal service to end the auction early if the "Buy it now" option is exercised and the balance in full is due within ten days of auction end in any case. In the case these terms of sale are not met seller reserves the right to either re-list the vehicle or offer the vehicle to the next highest bidder. Seller reserves the right to end the auction at any time before the reserve price is met. Payment in full to be received by bank wire transfer, cash in person or cashiers check only. All inspections must be done prior to bidding. The non-refundable deposit in the amount of $1,000 is due within 48 hours of the auction end via bank wire transfer or cashier's check via overnight mail. The full payment must be completed within 10 days regardless of a pick up date. In the event the deposit is not posted within the required period of time, the vehicle will be offered for sale to the next subsequent high bidder or relisted for sale. This is to be considered an absolute sale and the buyer is required to comply with all of my conditions in these terms of sale. By placing a bid and winning the auction you hereby agree to abide completely with these terms of sale and the terms of sale are to be considered a legal and binding purchase agreement. The Seller reserves the right to cancel any bid at any time and to end the auction early for any reason.

A documentation fee of $70, which is capped and regulated in California as opposed to some other states, is charged on each sale, which once established legally has to be charged equally on each sale, to cover any necessary costs related to FEDEX mailings and other professional documentation paperwork fees for processing documents to establish title and registration in order to complete the transfer of documents to the new registered owner.