Hupmobile Open Car Models Make Hit With Public
December 31, 1922
Fifty Per Cent of Factory Output Devoted to New Tourings and Roadsters.
The reception accorded by the buying public to the specially equipped Hupmobile touring and roadster models has been so enthusiastic that it has already found necessary to devote nearly 50 per cent of the Hupmobile open car output exclusively to these two models.
This announcement was made yesterday by O.C. Hutchinson, general sales manager of the Hupp Motor Corporation.
Owing to the rapid sales of both models numerous distributors from various sections of the country have besieged the company at Detroit to increase their allotments at once.
Equipment on both cars includes nickel-plated radiator, radiator cap and bar, cowl lamps, barrel head lamps, aluminum scuff plates, disc wheels and a special imported Burbank top in dark brown. The roadster also carries the additional equipment of nickelplated bars on the rear deck and a tilted tire carrier. Otherwise both cars are same as the standard Hupmobile models.
"Both cars," Mr. Hutchinson says, "have met a ready response from that increasing class of buyers which seeks the specially equipped models."
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