It is time for a little fun today and this photo of a bug-eyed 1912 Model 32 Hupmobile seems to fit the bill perfectly. We really don’t know what to make of the cowcatcher-like device hanging off of the front that appears to be folded back and held up with a couple of pieces of wire. We assume the photo was taken by the proud inventor, and his wife and son are sitting in the car. Please tell us what you think it is.
The Model 32 was introduced in 1912 and was produced through 1915 and replaced the earlier Model 20 Hupp that was the first car the company built starting in 1909. You can learn more about the cars at the Huppmobile Club. The photo is via Americar.