The Hupp Motor Car Corporation went through rapid changes during the Twenties, achieving steady gains in production and its automobiles grew in size, engine cylinders and luxury. The six-cylinder Model A was introduced in 1926 on a 114" wheelbase and by 1929 it had 57 horsepower, a handsome, comfortable automobile modestly priced in the market's middle range. This 1929 Hupmobile Model A four-place Coupe was offered at $1,385 FOB the Hupp factory in Detroit. It was restored to AACA National First Prize winning condition in 1977, handsomely presented in Maroon with Black fenders, Black accent, Red coachline and a Black leatherette-covered roof. Distinguished by Red wire wheels, wide whitewall tires, dual side-mounted spares, a radiator stone guard, cowl lights, glass wind wings, rear-mounted luggage trunk, it has a Black leatherette upholstered rumble seat along with a roll-down rear window to facilitate communications with passengers ... but also a pull-down window shade for privacy. The Grey cloth upholstered interior is very nicely appointed including a wooden steering wheel, wood inlay on the dashboard, elaborate instrument panel, heater, opening windshield, bud vase, rear view mirror mounted clock, windshield wipers and a heater. The interior knobs and handles are stylishly embossed with decorative patterns. It has been toured extensively since its restoration but also has been sympathetically maintained by an owner or owners who knew their stuff and cared about its preservation. As a result it is today in far better condition than the age of its restoration suggests. Everything works and it is a car that can be driven anywhere with confidence. Its restoration, condition and equipment present it exactly as Hupmobile was perceived in the late Twenties, an automobile of solid performance, comfort and quality.