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1935 Hupmobile model 528D Hupmobile - (Hupp Motor Car Corp. Detroit, Michigan, 1908-1940)

Slow driving and low miles keep a 1935 Hupmobile next-to-new - The Family's Hupp - 1935 Hupmobile from the March, 2010 issue of Hemmings Classic Car

Susan Earl, Harley J. Earl’s wife their first born son, Billy in her LaSalle Convertible Coupe

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1936 Hupmobile

Hupmobile Coupe photos - one of the models of cars manufactured by Hupmobile

1902 Waltomobile Car

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Hupmobile 1929

Hupmobile 1929

1940 LaSalle 52 5219

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1910 Maytag Runabout in original, unrestored condition. The Maytag-Mason Motor Company of Waterloo, Iowa manufactured Maytag automobiles from 1910 to 1915. The company's founder was Frederick Louis Maytag I, who is better known for his development of the Maytag washing machine company.He bought the Mason Automobile Co. in 1909 and then sold his interest.The company went bankrupt in 1915 and was totally out of business by 1917. Approximately 1,500 cars were built.

1910 Maytag Runabout in original, unrestored condition. The Maytag-Mason Motor…

1918 Biddle Town Car. The Biddle Motor Car Company Manufactured Luxury Automobiles In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania From 1915 to 1922.

The Biddle Motor Car Company Manufactured Luxury Automobiles In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania From 1915 to

1930 Franklin Series 145 Pursuit Automobile Company

1930 Franklin Series 145 Pursuit (Franklin Automobile Company, Syracuse, New York

1910 Winton Six

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