Hupmobile, twenties

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    I'm volunteering at the local historical museum, and I'm organizing displays of auto related material donated to the museum. I need some help, so I thought I would post some of these hubcaps that I don't know. I need make, model and year to be complete, but any input would be helpful.

    1. Jvonrockmann 50 months ago | reply

      It's probably a HUGO 90, Hillman ? I dropped in to thank you for your info left at robertbonnin's stream, wow has he got some nice pieces of history. I've gone through it pretty good and found some cars I wish I was driving today, but I've been driving a prius since 04' and wouldn't trade it anything on the road today. Now some european sports coup from the 20's with the guts of a prius ? I'd stand in line for. I've had a 57 MGB, a 64 A Healy, and a 47 plymouth coup. wish I still had all three. Well I came to say thanks and found you having a bit of fun, lucky guy ! And you've a nice collection of Auto memories too. Im just a picture taker nothing interesting like you. Don't you just love roaming around on flickr and stumbling on to some gems ? good luck on your research, great thing your doing. here's the little sweet that brought me here www.flickr.com/photos/presquilien/4144956268/sizes/l/

    2. Hugo90 50 months ago | reply

      Robert has a great collection of old photos, and I couldn't help myself when I saw that car. I spent a solid hour looking through books for it, and then was lucky to find it.

      Thanks for your kind words about my efforts on flickr. I've been collecting advertising for decades, and this is my chance to display some of it. Seems to be very popular here.

    3. ssonny62 50 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called hubcap alley, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    4. rfhayhurst 2 months ago | reply

      It might well be a Hupmobile. My father's nickname was Hup, and I have a photo of him and his dad (A Hupmobile dealer) that I just posted in this group.

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