1935 Hupmobile Series 521-J sedan was refurbished and modified under previous ownership before it was purchased me.
The car is finished in green over tan cloth upholstery, and power comes from a 455ci Buick V8
Hupmobile introduced the Raymond Loewy-designed Aerodynamic models for 1934, and they remained in production until the company paused its automobile production a few years later. This example is said to have received rust repair on the quarter panels before it was painted green under previous ownership. Features include chrome bumpers and faux fender vents as well as turn signals, driving lamps, rear-hinged front doors, running boards, Hupmobile-branded fender skirts, dual brake lights, a backup camera, and a dual-exit exhaust system.
Please Note; The rear door handles were shaved under previous ownership.
The 15″ chrome Torq-Thrust style wheels wear faux three-eared knock-off hubs and are mounted with Coker Classic whitewall radial tires. The 521-J sedan rode on a 121″ wheelbase, and this example was modified under previous ownership with a coil-sprung double-wishbone front suspension setup and power-assisted steering. Stopping power is provided by power-assisted front discs and rear drums.
The cabin features front and rear bucket seats trimmed in tan patterned cloth with a matching headliner, door panels, and carpets. Equipment includes a custom center console, with twi drink-holders, a double-DIN CD player mounted in the glovebox, a heater, three-point front seat belts, (Please see photo) and rear lap belts.
The two-spoke steering wheel is mounted on a tilting column ahead of a Hupmobile-branded 100-mph speedometer and a combination gauge. Aftermarket auxiliary gauges are mounted above the steering column.
And if I May Suggest.....
This Mechanical Masterpiece Looks, Runs, Drives, Rides,Turns, Steers, And Stops
Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan.
**We do have a showroom with about 25 cars