1932 Hupmobile Cabriolet Roadster Convertible Street Rod Hot Ford Chevy Mopar
- Condition: Used
- Make: Other Makes
- Model: F-222
- Type: Convertible
- Trim: Cabriolet Roadster
- Year: 1932
- Mileage: 99,999
- VIN: F6804
- Engine size: V-8
- Number of cylinders: Eight
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Windows, Power Seats
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Drive type: Automatic
- Options: Convertible
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1932 Other Makes F-222
1932 Hupmobile Model F-222
Ken’s Klassics, Inc.
Specializing in Meticulous Restorations, Concours Paint Finishes, and Sales
20803 State Highway 60
Muscoda, WI 53573-5466
1932 Hupmobile Model F-222 Cabriolet Roadster
This car is currently offered for sale by Ken’s Klassics. Ken’s Klassics is a restoration facility located in Southwest Wisconsin. We gladly accept the challenge of restoring a treasured classic, fine antique, or late-model collectable to its former beauty. With eight experienced craftsmen, we are small enough to give your work the same individual attention that you would yourself, but large enough to handle a dozen or more demanding restorations at one time.
Our staff of dedicated employees is ready to complete the visions and dreams of our clients and the needs of their vehicles. Each of our craftsmen offers our clients diversified professional capabilities and expertise. Our meticulous standards are legendary within the industry, as is our genuine commitment to serve our client’s needs. Quality workmanship and our attention to detail, returning the vehicle to original specifications or the vision of the project’s owner, are the hallmarks of a satisfied client.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have regarding the 1932 Hupmobile Cabriolet Roadstercurrently offered for sale or about our restoration facility. We will be happy to speak with you.
Ken Stadele, President
Very Rare Vehicle
One of two in the Hupmobile Registery!
The vehicle was purchased in May of 2002 from the second owner in upstate New York. Our intention was to build an upper end high quality street rod for my personal use. It is and was my belief, that the beautiful lines of the car provide the foundation for the creation of a one-of-a-kind work of automotive art!
However, I am now working towards semi-retirement and have changed the focus of my time and talents.
The stately lines of the vehicle provide the opportunity for the builder to use a tri-color paint scheme. It has the original convertible top metal cover that creates a hide-away top. This most prized and unique features creates a look just like that on the high end vehicles of that era, such as Pierce-Arrow and Duesenberg. As a matter of fact, this F-222 Hupmobile closely resembles a Duesenberg!
This vehicle is 26-1/2 inches longer than a 1932 Ford!
All sheet metal has been chemically dipped and derusted. The meticulous sheet metal work and fabrication has been performed. The dash has been modified to accept and conceal the Vintage Air Conditioning unit.
Features of The Vehicle
2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 LS1 Engine with electronic overdrive transmission. The Camaro had approximately 6,000 miles on it prior to the removal of the engine and transmission.
Chrome IROC kit
9” Ford Narrowed Rear End
Heidt’s Front End
4-Link Rear Suspension
Power Disc Brakes
Vintage Air Conditioning System
Dayton Wire Wheels – Four 16” x 8” on the vehicle and two 17” x 4” on the sidemounts
Dual Sidemounts with very rare original metal covers
Rare Folding Down Windshield (rests on the cowl when folded down)
Disappearing Convertible Top
Grille – Custom solid brass grille has been created but not final fitted
Extra Parts Included in Sale
1 pair front fenders
Front and rear bumpers
NOS “H” emblems
Ken’s Klassics has in its possession the clear title. This title has no branding or lien designation.
Several years ago, Ken’s Klassics had the pleasure owning both this 1932 Hupmobile Model F-222 Cabriolet Roadster (one of two known) and a 1934 Hupmobile Series K-421 Cabriolet Roadster (the only one known)!! We had the pleasure of selling the 1934 Hupmobile to a couple from Illinois who then resto-rodded it. A photo of this car has been included in the ad for your reference. This car has been shown at many events and won numerous awards. As you can see these vehicles have beautiful sleek lines that give a luxurious look so prized by collectors today.
Very Rare Vehicle
One of two in the Hupmobile Registery!
Terms of Sale:
This vehicle is available for inspection. Please call for an appointment.
This vehicle is being sold as is. There is no warranty written or implied. Serious buyers are welcome to call with questions.
By placing a bid on this vehicle you are entering into a legal and binding contract to purchase the above-described vehicle.
We reserve the right to cancel all existing bids and end the auction early should the item no longer be available for sale.
All sales are final. Please call with any questions you may have regarding this vehicle.
A non-refundable $1,000 deposit is due within 2 days of auction end. Balance due within 7 days after the auction end or upon pick up or delivery of the vehicle, which ever falls first. Payment must be made in cash or by bank to bank wire transfer. Funds must be received in full in cash or the bank to bank wire transfer receipt must be verified by our bank before the vehicle will be released.
Ken's Klassics, Inc. is a licensed Wisconsin Dealer. Buyers from Wisconsin will be required to pay all applicable Wisconsin Sales and County Taxes as required by law.
Pickup & Shipping:
Buyer is responsible for vehicle pick up or shipping.
Ken’s Klassics has a 24 foot enclosed. Trailering and delivery may be negotiable and at the purchaser’s expense.
It is preferred that all requests for information be made by phone. Please call us at: 608.739.4242 between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST, Monday thru Friday.
Payment Method Accepted:
Cash (in person)
Bank to Bank Wire Transfer